Oksana Tananaiko




Oksana Tananaiko

POSITION
Associate Professor

WORK EXPERIENCE
1989
Engineer, Division of Analytical Chemistry
Institute of Colloidal Chemistry and Water Chemistry, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv (Ukraine)

19921997
Assistant Professor
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1997Present
Associate Professor
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

19992000
Visiting Fellow
Graduate School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT (USA)

2000
Visiting Scientist
Department of Chemistry, Tufts University, Medford, MA (USA)

2003
Visiting Professor
Department of Chemistry University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT (USA)

2006, 2011
Guest Professor
CNRS, LCPME, Université Henri Poincaré-Nancy (France)

2014
Guest Professor
CNRS, LCPME, Université de Lorraine Nancy (France)

EDUCATION AND TRAINING


1983-1987
B. S.
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1987-1989
M Sc
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

1989-1992
Ph. D.
Taras Shevchenko national University of Kyiv, Kyiv (Ukraine)

Silica films in optical and electrochemical sensors

Research Fields:
Chemistry

Previous and Current Research

Main field of research: synthesis and application in chemical analysis of hybrid silica-organic polymer films modified with analytical reagents or biomolecules. Optical and electrochemical sensors.

Other fields: bioanalytical chemistry, nanochemistry, environmental and food analysis, sol- gel synthesis, spectroscopic and voltammetric methods of analysis.

Luminescent and electrocatalytic properties of metal, metal oxide and carbon based nanoparticles immobilized onto the surface of silica. The development of sensitive elements of optical and electrochemical sensors based on silica films modified with nanoparticles and analytical reagents, enzymes or antibodies. Application of the developed sensors for the environmental, biological, pharmaceutical and food analysis.

Future Projects and Goals

The development of multi sensing platforms based on the planar electrodes array modified with composite film: nanoparticles – silica- biomolecules.

Methodological and Technical Expertise

  • Sol- gel synthesis of mesostructured organo-mineral films based on modified silica
  • Development of sensitive elements of optical and amperometric chemical and bio sensors
  • Investigation and application in analysis of metal, metal oxide and carbon based nanoparticles
  • Modification and application in analysis of screen-printed electrodes.
  • Spectroscopic and electrochemical methods of analysis

Our group is focused on the development of new sensing materials based on silica film coatings contained immobilized analytical reagents or bio ligands (enzymes or antibodies). We study complex formation, redox and catalytic properties of the composite SiO2 coatings. Application of the developed materials for the analysis of inorganic and organic compounds in the environment, food, biological, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.


Fig 1. Obtaining of silica based films on the glass surface using sol- gel technique


Fig 2. TEM images of the silica- polyelectrolyte films obtained in the absence and presence of non-ionic surfactants. (Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2014, v 200, P. 198-205)


Fig 3. Confocal images of SiO2-polyelectrolyte film surface before (a) and after contact with Eu(III) (b); the film SiO2-polyelectrolyte-Eu after contact with tetracycline antibiotic (Tc) (c) and mixture of tetracycline antibiotic (Tc) and sodium citrate (Cit) (d).(Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2014, v 200, P. 198-205)


Fig. 4. A. View of mini potentiostat and planar electrode used in the work. B. Scheme of the electrode modified with the film based on silica and encapsulated protein molecules.


Fig. 5 Images obtained by atomic force microscopy of the surface of the glassy carbon electrode before and after modification with silica film. (Electrochem Comm. 2007, V. 9, N 5, P. 1189 – 1195)

Selected Publications


Iminova Yu. V, Tananaiko O. Yu., Rozhanchuk T. S., Gruzina T. G., Reznichenko L. S., Malysheva M. L., and Ulberg Z. R.
Electrodes Modified by a Biocomposite Film Based on Silica and Gold Nanoparticles for the Determination of Glucose
Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2015, V. 70, N 10, pp. 12471253.

Mazurenko I., Tananaiko O., Biloivan O., Zhybak M., Pelyak I., Zaitsev V., Etienne M., Walcarius A.
Amperometric biosensor for choline based on gold screen-printed electrode modified with electrochemically-deposited silica biocomposite
Electroanalysis, 2015, 27, 1685 1692.

Motorina ., Tananaiko O., Kozytska I., Raks V., Badía R., Díaz García M.E. and Zaitsev V.N.
Hybrid silica-polyelectrolyte films as optical sensing materials for tetracycline antibiotics
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2014, v 200, P. 198-205

Rozhanchuk T., Velychko ., Titov M., Tananaiko O.
Voltammetric Determination of Purine Bases Using a Carbon Electrode Modified With Hybrid Silica Film
Electroanalysis, V 25 2013, N 9, P. 20452053.

Mazurenko I., Etienne M., Tananaiko O., Urbanova V., Zaitsev V., Walcarius A.
Electrophoretic deposition of macroporous carbon nanotube assemblies for electrochemical applications
arbon, V.53 3, 2013, p.302 312.

Mazurenko I., Etienne M., Tananaiko O., Zaitsev V., Walcarius A.
Electrophoretically deposited carbon nanotubes as a novel support for electrogenerated silicadehydrogenase bioelectrodes
Electrochimica Acta 83 , 2012, 359 366.

Rozhanchuk T.S., Tananaiko O.Yu., Egorov O.A.
A carbositall electrode modified with a silica-hemoglobin-gold film as a promising biosensing element
Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2012, 67(2), 156-162.

Mazurenko I., Etienne M., Ostermann R., Smarsly B., Tananaiko O., Zaitsev V., and Walcarius A.
Controlled electro-assisted deposition of sol-gel biocompositeon electrospun platinum nanofibers
Langmuir, 2011, 27, . 7140-7147.

Motorina A.S., Tananaiko O.Yu., Mazier M-R., Telbiz G.M.
Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Hybrid Films Based on Mesostructures Silica Modified with Cyanine Dye
Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2010, 83, (5), 745-750 (Rus).

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Rozhanchuk T., Tananaiko O, Mazurenko I., Etienne Walcarius A. Zaitsev V.
Electroanalytical Properties of Haemoglobin in Silica-Nanocomposite Films Electrogenerated on Pyrolitic Graphite Electrode
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2009, v 625, P. 33-39.

Nadzhafova (Tananaiko) O. Yu., Etienne M. and Walcarius A.
Direct electrochemistry of hemoglobin and glucose oxidase in electrodeposited sol-gel silica thin films on glassy carbon
Electrochem Comm. 2007, V. 9, N 5, P. 1189 1195.

Nadzhafova (Tananaiko) O.Yu., Zaporozhets O. A., Rachinskaya I.V., Fedorenko L. L., Yusupov N.
Silica Gel Modified With Lumogallion for Aluminum Determination by Spectroscopic Methods
Talanta, 2005 V 67/4 pp 767-772

Nadzhafova (Tananaiko) O. Yu, Zaitsev V., Drozdova M., Vaze A., Rusling J. F.
Heme proteins sequestered in silica sol-gels using surfactants feature direct electron transfer and peroxidase activity
Electrochemistry Communications, 2004, 6, P. 205- 209.

Contacts


nadzhafova@univ.kiev.ua

otananaiko@gmail.com