Alexey Soldatkin

Alexey Soldatkin

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Date and place of birth: February 25, 1955, Kamyaneche, Kirovograd region, Ukraine. Degree: Dr (Habil), Biotechnology. Year awarded: 1999. Degrees: Full professor. Year awarded: 2004. Place of work: Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Present position: Head of the Laboratory of Biomolecular Electronics, Member of the Scientific Council of Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics of NASU, Member of Working Group of Complex Program of NASU "Investigation in the field of sensor systems and technology. Honours and awards: Ukrainian State Award in the field of science and technologies, 1986; Personal award from Soros Foundation, 1998; Diploma of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, 2003. Number of publications: more than 150.

The main scientific directions of the research:

The scientific activity of Alexey Soldatkin is mainly focused in the field of applied sciences and is devoted to the fundamental and technological questions of bioelectronics and development and fabrication of novel analytical systems - (micro/mono/multi) biosensors based on various electrochemical and optical transducers and biological material (enzyme, living cell, components of immunochemical reaction). The most important results are obtained in the development of biosensors for medicine, biotechnological practice, food control, and environmental monitoring. Numerous international grants, wide cooperation with advanced laboratories in France, Germany, Great Britain and Spain, fruitful participation in key scientific meetings can be considered as an evidence of world acknowledgement of priority and importance of the achievements in this field.

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The main publications:

  1. Soldatkin A.P., Volotovsky V., El'skaya A.V., Jaffrezic-Renault N, Martelet C. (2000) Improvement of urease based biosensor characteristics using additional layers of charged polymers // Analytica Chimica Acta, V.403, P. 25-29.
  2. Korpan Y.I., Gonchar M.V., Sibirny A.A., Martelet C., El'skaya A.V., Gibson T., Soldatkin A.P. (2000) Development of highly selective and stable potentiometric sensors for formaldehyde determination // Biosensors & Bioelectronics, V. 15, P. 77-83.
  3. Dzyadevich S.V., Arkhipova V.N., Korpan Y.I., Soldatkin A.P. Jaffrezic-Renault N Martelet C. (2001) Conductometric formaldehyde sensitive biosensor with specifically adapted analytical characteristics // Analytica Chimica Acta,.- V. 445, P. 47-55.
  4. Dzyadevich S.V., Arkhipova V.N., El'skaya A.V., Martelet C., Jaffrezic-Renault N, Soldatkin A.P. (2001) Conductometric enzyme biosensors for substrates or inhibitors analysis // Current Topics in Analytical Chemistry, V. 2, P. 179-186.
  5. Arkhipova V.N., Dzyadevich S.V., Soldatkin A.P., El'skaya A.V., Jaffrezic-Renault N Jaffrezic H. Martelet C. (2001) Multibiosensor based on enzyme inhibition analysis for determination of different toxic substances // Talanta, V. 55, P. 919-927.
  6. Martelet C., Jaffrezic-Renault N., Soldatkin A.P., Korpan Y.I., El'skaya A.V., Dzyadevych S.V. Procedure electro-enzymatique par inhibition pour la detection de glycoalkaloides steroidiques, French Patent 0107276, June 01, 2001 extended to PCT/FR02/01838, June 3, 2002.
  7. Korpan Y.I., Volotovsky V.V., Martelet C., Jaffrezic-Renault N., Nazarenko E.A., El'skaya A.V., Soldatkin A.P. (2002) A novel enzyme biosensor for steroidal glycoalkaloids detection based on pH-sensitive field-effect transistors // Bioelectrochemistry, V. 55, P. 9-11.
  8. Dzyadevich S.V., Soldatkin A.P., Chovelon J.-M. (2002) Assessment of the toxicity of methyl parathion and its photodegradation products in water samples using conductometric enzyme biosensors // Anal. Chim. Acta, V. 459, P. 33-41.
  9. S.V.Dzyadevich, T.Mai Anh, A.P.Soldatkin, N.Duc Chien, N.Jaffrezic-Renault, J.-M.Chovelon (2002) Development of enzyme biosensor based on pH-sensitive field-effect transistor for detection of phenolic compounds // Bioelectrochemistry, V. 55, #1-2.- P.79-82.
  10. Soldatkin A.P., Montoriol J., Sant W., Martelet C., Jaffrezic-Renault N. (2002) Creatinine sensitive biosensor based on ISFETs and creatinine deiminase immobilised in BSA membrane // Talanta, V. 58, P. 351-357.
  11. A.Zhang, Y.Hou, N.Jaffrezic-Renault, J.Wan, A.Soldatkin, J.-M.Chovelon (2002) Mixed urease/amphiphile LB films and their application for biosensor development // Bioelectrochemistry, V. 56, P.157-158.
  12. Arkhipova V.N., Dzyadevich S.V., Soldatkin A.P., El'skaya A.V., Martelet C., Jaffrezic-Renault N. (2003) Development and optimisation of biosensor based on pH-sensitive field effect transistors and cholinesterases for sensitive detection of solanaceous glycoalkaloids // Biosensors & Bioelectronics, V. 18, P. 1047-1053.
  13. J.V. de Melo, A.P. Soldatkin, C. Martelet, N. Jaffrezic-Renault, S. Cosnier (2003) Use of competitive inhibition for driving sensitivity and dynamic range of urea ENFETS // Biosensors & Bioelectronics, V. 18, P. 345-351.
  14. N. Jaffrezic-Renault, A. Soldatkin, C. Martelet, P. Temple-Boyer, W. Sant, M.L. Pourciel, P. Montoriol, A. Montiel-Costes (2003) Tailoring enzymatic membranes for ENFETs for dialysis monitoring // The 12th International Conference on solid state Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, Boston, June 8-12, 2003, 3E6.P, P. 1188-1191.
  15. A.P. Soldatkin, Montoriol J., Sant W., C. Martelet, N. Jaffrezic-Renault (2003) A novel urea biosensor with extended dynamic range based on recombinant urease and ISFETs // Biosensors & Bioelectronics, V. 19, P. 131-135.
  16. S.V.Dzyadevych, V.N.Arkhypova, A.P.Soldatkin, A.V.El'skaya, C.Martelet, N.Jaffrezic-Renault (2004) Enzyme biosensor for tomatine detection in tomatoes // Analytical Letters, V. 37, No 8, P. 1611-1624.
  17. V.N.Arkhypova, S.V.Dzyadevych, A.P.Soldatkin, Y.I.Korpan, A.V.El'skaya, J.-M.Gravoueille, C.Martelet, N.Jaffrezic-Renault (2004) Application of enzyme field effect transistors for fast detection of total glycoalkaloids content in potatoes // Sensors and Actuators B, V.103, P. 416-422.
  18. O.A.Biloivan, S.V.Dzyadevych, O.A.Boubriak, A.P.Soldatkin, A.V.El'skaya Development of enzyme biosensor based on ISFETs for quantitative analysis of serine proteinases // Electroanalysis, V. 16, #22, P.1883-1889.
  19. F. Aouni, R. Mlika, C. Martelet, H. Ben Ouada , N. Jaffrezic-Renault, A.P. Soldatkin (2004) Modelisation of the potentiometric response of ENFETs based on enzymatic multilayer membranes // Electroanalysis, V. 16, #22, P.1907-1911.
  20. S.V.Dzyadevych, V.N.Arkhypova, C.Martelet, N.Jaffrezic-Renault, J.-M. Chovelon, A.V.El'skaya, A.P.Soldatkin (2004) Potentiometric biosensors based on ISFETs and immobilised cholinesterases // Electroanalysis, V. 16, #22, P.1873-1882.
  21. Л.В.Шкотова, А.П.Солдаткин, С.В.Дзядевич (2004) Адаптация амперометрического ферментного биосенсора для анализа глюкозы в винах // Укр. Біохім. Журн., Т. 76, N3, С. 114121.
  22. A.P.Soldatkin, V.N.Arkhypova, S.V.Dzyadevych, A.V.El'skaya, J.-M.Gravoueille, N.Jaffrezic-Renault, C.Martelet (2005) Analysis of the potato glycoalkaloids by using of enzyme biosensor based on pH-ISFETs // Talanta, V. 66, P. 28-33.
  23. S.V.Dzyadevych, A.P.Soldatkin, V.N.Arkhypova, A.V.El'skaya, J.-M. Chovelon, C.Georgiou, C.Martelet, N.Jaffrezic-Renault (2005) Early-warning electrochemical biosensor system for the environmental monitoring based on enzyme inhibition effect // Sensors and Actuators B 105, P. 81-87.
  24. O.N.Schuvailo, S.V.Dzyadevych, A.V.El'skaya, S.Gautier-Sauvigne, E.Csoregi, R.Cespuglio, A.P.Soldatkin, Carbon-fibre-based microbiosensors for in vivo measurements of acetylcholine and choline // Biosensors & Bioelectronics, on line avalable.