Halloysite – quantum dots nanocomposites for the intracellular labeling

Andrei Novikov

Gubkin University

Andrei Novikov graduated in 2007 from Perm State University with M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry. He acquired Ph.D. degree in Gubkin University in 2010 with thesis dedicated to isolation and description of novel species of bacteria Carboxydothermus islandicus, and the studying of biocatalysis of water-gas shift reaction in bubble columns. Since 2010, his research group provides lipid analysis for the description of new species of microbes (published in IJSEM). Interests: synthesis of metal nanoparticles, surface-enhanced Raman scattering, its application for detection and identification of microbes. He's assistant professor now, teaching classes "Physical Chemistry", "Kinetics and Catalysis", and others.


Introduction Quantum dots (QD) are widely used for cellular labeling due to enhanced brightness, resistance to photo-bleaching and multicolor light emissions, thus being superior to traditional organic fluorescent dyes. The... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Anna Stavitskaya (Gubkin University)
  2. Andrei Novikov (Gubkin University)
  3. Elvira Rozhina (Kazan Federal University)
  4. Rawil Fakhrullin (Kazan Federal University)
  5. Evgenii Ivanov (Gubkin University)
  6. Yuri Lvov (Louisiana Tech University)
  7. Vladimir Vinokurov (Gubkin University)

Topic Areas

Nanomedicine for cancer diagnosis & therapy , Toxicology and risk assessment of nanomedicine systems , Nano-Imaging for diagnosis, therapy and delivery


OS2b-207 » Nano-Imaging for diagnosis, therapy and delivery (16:30 - Tuesday, 26th September, Room 207)

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