Electrochemical biosensors


Development of electrochemical biosensors

The work of our team is focused on the development of micro/nano electrochemical (amperometric, potentiometric (ISFET), conductometric) chemo/biosensors for monitoring of environmental and food contamination, quality control of food and pharmaceutical products, control of biotechnological processes and for medical diagnosis. Our scientific team has a strong experience in bio/chemo sensor development, in immobilization of DNA, enzymes, antibodies, proteins, calixarenes and whole cells onto microelectrodes based on carbon, gold, platinum and others materials.


Prof. Alexei Soldatkin, a_soldatkin@yahoo.com

Prof. Sergei Dzyadevych, dzyad@yahoo.com


2012–2015 7th Framework Programme (FP7) No 318524 – NANODEV: “Integrated nanodevices”

2014–2016 EUREKA Project: Multiple biosensor device for monitoring of hemodialysis patients (HemoSensor)

2020–2023 Horizon 2020 No 958491-Waste2Fresh

2020–2024 Horizon 2020 No 951887-BIONANOSENS

Last selected publications:

  • Kucherenko, I.S., Soldatkin, O.O., Dzyadevych, S.V., Soldatkin, A.P. Application of zeolites and zeolitic imidazolate frameworks in the biosensor development Biomaterials Advances, 2022, 143, 213180.

  • O.O. Soldatkin, O.V.Soldatkina, I.I.Piliponskiy, L.S.Rieznichenko, T.G.Gruzina, S.M.Dybkova,·S.V.Dzyadevych, A.P.Soldatkin. Application of gold nanoparticles for improvement of analytical characteristics of conductometric enzyme biosensors. Applied Nanoscience.- 2022.- 12(4).- P. 995-1003. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13204-021-01807-6.

  • D.Mruga, O.Soldatkin, K.Paliienko, A.Topcheva, N.Krisanova, D.Kucherenko, T.Borisova, S.Dzyadevych, A.Soldatkin. Optimization of the design and operating conditions of an amperometric biosensor for glutamate concentration measurements in the blood plasma. Electroanalysis.- 2021.- 33.- P. 1299-1307 https://doi.org/10.1002/elan.202060449

  • V.Arkhypova, O. Soldatkin, L.Moghylevska, I.Konvalyuk, V.Kunakh, S.Dzyadevych. Enzyme biosensor based on pH-sensitive field-effect transistors for assessment of total indole alkaloids content in tissue culture of Rauwolfia serpentine. Electrochemical Science Advance.- 2021.- 2100152.- P.1-8. https://doi.org/10.1002/elsa.202100152.


Electrochemical biosensors