PhD in Chemistry

Scientific supervisor

Vladimir Cherkasov

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MIPT Nanobiotechnology Laboratory

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Smart nanomaterials as a means of drug delivery, express diagnostic methods, functional polymers for biology, medicine and biotechnology, molecular computing (biocomputing) in applications to diagnostics and therapy, theranostics as a new concept in biomedicine.
Main publications:
1.Cherkasov, V. R., Mochalova, E. N., Babenyshev, A. V., Vasilyeva, A. V., Nikitin, P. I., & Nikitin, M. P. (2020). Nanoparticle beacons: supersensitive smart materials with on/off-switchable affinity to biomedical targets. ACS nano, 14(2), 1792-1803.
2.Cherkasov, V. R., Mochalova, E. N., Babenyshev, A. V., Rozenberg, J. M., Sokolov, I. L., & Nikitin, M. P. (2020). Antibody-directed metal-organic framework nanoparticles for targeted drug delivery. Acta biomaterialia, 103, 223-236.
3.Zelepukin, I. V., Yaremenko, A. V., Ivanov, I. N., Yuryev, M. V., Cherkasov, V. R., Deyev, S. M., ... & Nikitin, M. P. (2021). Long-Term Fate of Magnetic Particles in Mice: A Comprehensive Study. ACS nano, 15(7), 11341-11357.
4. Shevchenko, K. G., Cherkasov, V. R., Tregubov, A. A., Nikitin, P. I., & Nikitin, M. P. (2017). Surface plasmon resonance as a tool for investigation of non-covalent nanoparticle interactions in heterogeneous self-assembly & disassembly systems. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 88, 3-8.
5. Purvis, D., Leonardova, O., Farmakovsky, D., & Cherkasov, V. (2003). An ultrasensitive and stable potentiometric immunosensor. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 18(11), 1385-1390.
6. Orlov, A. V., Znoyko, S. L., Cherkasov, V. R., Nikitin, M. P., & Nikitin, P. I. (2016). Multiplex biosensing based on highly sensitive magnetic nanolabel quantification: rapid detection of botulinum neurotoxins A, B, and E in liquids. Analytical chemistry, 88(21), 10419-10426.
7. Lunin, A. V., Kolychev, E. L., Mochalova, E. N., Cherkasov, V. R., & Nikitin, M. P. (2019). Synthesis of highly-specific stable nanocrystalline goethite-like hydrous ferric oxide nanoparticles for biomedical applications by simple precipitation method. Journal of colloid and interface science, 541, 143-149.
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