Nikolay Solovyev

Соловьев

Associate Prof., Ph.D. (Chem.)

Mail address: 198504, Russia, Saint Petersburg, Peterhof, Universitetsky pr, 26, Institute of Chemistry, Department of Analytical Chemistry
Laboratory №:
 3095
e-mail: n.solovyev@spbu.ru
 ResearcherID B-8100-2013
AuthorID 36509331800
SPIN 70375046
ORCID 0000-0002-6217-6963

Scientific-and-educational group:
methods of atomic spectral and mass-spectral analysis

Scientific achievements:
Primary research area is related to methodological work in the field of elemental analysis – development of methods and based on the analysis of schemes atomic absorption methods, atomic emission and mass spectrometry, methodology and practical application of the trace elements speciation for the study of transport and metabolism of minerals, as well as their role in the etiology and pathogenesis of various diseases. Another important area of work is connected with metalodrugs research, including pharmacokinetics, efficacy testing, etc.

Main results of applied work:
Control methods of Federal medico-biological agency:
1. МУК 4.1.030-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measuring the mass of thallium concentrations in human blood samples by atomic absorption method”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 28 p.
2. МУК 4.1.031-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measurement of mass concentration of selenium in human blood samples by atomic absorption method with electrothermal atomization”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 27 p. [
3. МУК 4.1.032-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measurement of mass concentration of lead in human blood samples by atomic absorption method with electrothermal atomization”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 26 p.
4. МУК 4.1.033-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measuring of mass concentration of manganese, aluminum, chromium and titanium in the blood and human plasma by atomic absorption method”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 26 p.
5. МУК 4.1.034-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measurement of mass concentration of nickel in human blood samples by atomic absorption method with electrothermal atomization”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 27 p.
6. МУК 4.1.035-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measurement of mass concentration of beryllium in human blood samples by atomic absorption method with electrothermal atomization”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 27 p.
7. МУК 4.1.036-15 “Guidelines on methods of control. Method of measurement of mass concentration of cadmium in human blood samples by atomic absorption method”, Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Moscow, 2015, 28 p.

Educational job:

  • Teaching courses:
    Analytical Chemistry I: Chemical Methods of Analysis (bachelor’s program “Chemistry, Physics and Mechanics of Materials”, 2 year)
    Analytical Chemistry II: Physicochemical Methods of Analysis (bachelor’s program “Chemistry”, 2 year)
    Ecological Chemistry (bachelor’s program “Chemistry”, 3 year)
    Chemistry (bachelor’s program “Geology”,1 year)
    Chemistry ((bachelor’s program “Soil sciences”, 1 year)

Publications:
1) E.J. Drobyshev, N.D. Solovyev, N.B. Ivanenko, M.Y. Kombarova, A.A. Ganeev, Trace element biomonitoring in hair of school children from a polluted area by sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, 39 (2017) 14-20.
2) N.D. Solovyev, E.I. Fedoros, E.J. Drobyshev, N.B. Ivanenko, S.E. Pigarev, M.L. Tyndyk, V.N. Anisimov, Y.A. Vilpan, A.V. Panchenko, Anticancer activity and tissue distribution of platinum (II) complex with lignin-derived polymer of benzene-poly-carboxylic acids, Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, (2016) DOI: 10.1016/j.jtemb.2016.11.009.
3) E.A. Zubakina, N.D. Solovyev, E.S. Savinkova, N.I. Slesar, Sample preparation for cadmium quantification in sunflower (Heliánthus ánnuus) seeds using anodic stripping voltammetry, Analytical Methods, 8 (2016) 326-332.
4) N.D. Solovyev, Importance of selenium and selenoprotein for brain function: From antioxidant protection to neuronal signalling, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 153 (2015) 1-12.
5) D.V. Navolotskii, N.B. Ivanenko, N.D. Solovyev, E.I. Fedoros, A.V. Panchenko, Pharmacokinetics and tissue distribution of novel platinum containing anticancer agent BP-C1 studied in rabbits using sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, Drug Testing and Analysis, 7 (2015) 737-744.
6) A. Ganeev, O. Bogdanova, I. Ivanov, B. Burakov, N. Agafonova, B. Korotetski, A. Gubal, N. Solovyev, E. Iakovleva, M. Sillanpää, Direct determination of uranium and thorium in minerals by time-of-flight mass spectrometry with pulsed glow discharge, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 80901-80910.
7) N.B. Ivanenko, N.D. Solovyev, A.A. Ivanenko, D.V. Navolotskii, Biological monitoring of arsenic pollution based on whole blood arsenic atomic absorption assessment with in situ hydride trapping, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 29 (2014) 1850-1857.
8) N.B. Ivanenko, A.A. Ivanenko, N.D. Solovyev, D.V. Navolotskii, O.V. Pavlova, A.A. Ganeev, Determination of Al, Be, Cd, Co, Cr, Mn, Ni, Pb, Se and Tl in whole blood by atomic absorption spectrometry without preliminary sample digestion, Biomeditsinskaya Khimiya, 60 (2014) 378-388.
9) N. Solovyev, A. Berthele, B. Michalke, Selenium speciation in paired serum and cerebrospinal fluid samples, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 405 (2013) 1875-1884.
10) M. Vinceti, N. Solovyev, J. Mandrioli, C.M. Crespi, F. Bonvicini, E. Arcolin, E. Georgoulopoulou, B. Michalke, Cerebrospinal fluid of newly diagnosed amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients exhibits abnormal levels of selenium species including elevated selenite, NeuroToxicology, 38 (2013) 25-32.
11) N.B. Ivanenko, A.A. Ivanenko, N.D. Solovyev, A.E. Zeimal, D.V. Navolotskii, E.J. Drobyshev, Biomonitoring of 20 trace elements in blood and urine of occupationally exposed workers by sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, Talanta, 116 (2013) 764-769.
12) N.B. Ivanenko, N.D. Solovyev, A.A. Ivanenko, A.A. Ganeev, Application of zeeman graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry with high-frequency modulation polarization for the direct determination of aluminum, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, mercury, manganese, nickel, lead, and thallium in human blood, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 63 (2012) 299-308.
13) N.D. Solovyev, N.B. Ivanenko, A.A. Ivanenko, Whole blood thallium determination by GFAAS with high-frequency modulation polarization Zeeman effect background correction, Biological Trace Element Research, 143 (2011) 591-599.
14) N.B. Ivanenko, A.A. Ganeev, N.D. Solovyev, L.N. Moskvin, Determination of trace elements in biological fluids, Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 66 (2011) 784-799.

Scholarships and grants:
1) 2016 – 2018 The project of the Russian Foundation of Basic Research No. 16-33-60004 mol_a_dk (primary investigator) “Metalloproteins and low molecular mass species of selenium, copper and manganese in etiology of neurodegenerative disease”.
2) 2015 “Dmitrij Mendeleev” joint 3programme SPbSU – DAAD (primary investigator), project No. 91591663 “Selenium species and human neurodegeneration”.
3) 2017, «Copper speciation and high accuracy analysis in the diagnosis of Wilson’s disease», RSC Researcher mobility grant, project No. S12873 (Primary investigator).

Public and organizing activity:
Member of Royal Society of Chemistry
Member of the German Society of Minerals and Trace Elements (Gesellschaft für Mineralstoffe und Spurenelemente – GMS)