Electrochemical (Bio)Sensors Group
The “Electrochemical (Bio)Sensors “ group is working on the development and study of properties of electrochemical sensors and multisensor systems with redox proteins, oxidoreductase enzymes, molecular macrocycles, and their nanostructures based on molecular assembly for detection and monitoring of reactive oxygen species, ions, ion/molecular transport, and redox signaling in single cells, cellular systems, and tissues.
(Bio)Electrochemical sensors, enzymes, macrocycles, porphyrins, nanomaterials
Dr. Youlia Mourzina
Building 02.4 / Room 2.27
Former Members and Guests
Dr. Xiao Liu, CSC Doctoral researcher
Dr. Ekaterina Koposova, Master student, Doctoral researcher
Dr. Konstantin G. Nikolaev, Master student, DAAD Doctoral researcher
Dr. Irina Muratova, Master student
Roman Vochinsky, Master student
Dr. Dieter Weber, Master student
Dr. Alexandre Kisner, Doctoral Researcher
Dr. Michael Jansen, Master student
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Wolfram, PostDoc
Dmitry Kalaguine, Master student
Synthesizing Electrodes Into Electrochemical Sensor Systems. Yu. G. Mourzina et al., Frontiers Chemistry, Volume 9, Issue129, 2021.
Biomimetic sensor based on Mn(III) meso-tetra(N-methyl-4-pyridyl) porphyrin for non-enzymatic electrocatalytic determination of hydrogen peroxide and as an electrochemical transducer in oxidase biosensor for analysis of biological media. R. Peng et al., Sensors and Actuators B, Volume 321, 128437, 2020.
Electrochemical properties and biomimetic activity of water-soluble meso-substituted Mn(III) porphyrin complexes in the electrocatalytic reduction of hydrogen peroxide. Yu. G. Mourzina et al., Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Volume 866, 114159, 2020.
Photoresponsive Porphyrin Nanotubes of Meso-tetra(4-Sulfonatophenyl)Porphyrin and Sn(IV) meso-tetra(4-pyridyl)porphyrin.E. A. Koposova et al., Frontiers in Chemistry, Volume 7, Article Number 351, 2019.
Multisensor Systems by Electrochemical Nanowire Assembly for the Analysis of Aqueous Solutions.K. G. Nikolaev et al., Frontiers in Chemistry, Volume: 6, Article Number: 256, 2018.