Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh

Forskare at Chemistry and Biochemistry

PhD student at the Department of Chemical and Biological engineering since June 2013, my research focuses on studying the behavior of proteins in confining environments and improving the design of protein immobilization into mesoporous particles. This is an important area of biophysical research, due to the application of immobilized protein in mesoporous particles which is used to simplify the recycle of enzymes exploited to catalyze biotechnical reactions and also in biosensors. I am working on identifying new methods to determine the location, dynamic behavior and kinetics of the immobilized enzymes in the mesoporous particles and also characterizing the local environment in the pores of the mesoporous particles. The characterization will be done using different spectroscopic, microscopy and light scattering techniques, for example by using fluorescent probes sensitive to the local environment

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Spatial Distribution of Enzymes Immobilized in Mesoporous Silicas for Biocatalysis

Milene Zezzi Do Valle Gomes, Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Anders Palmqvist et al
ACS Applied Nano Materials. Vol. 2 (11), p. 7245-7254
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Measuring viscosity inside mesoporous silica using protein-bound molecular rotor probe

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Milene Zezzi Do Valle Gomes, Maria Abrahamsson et al
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Vol. 20 (36), p. 23202-23213
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Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Study of the Improved Biocatalytic Conversion of CO2 to Formaldehyde by Coimmobilization of Enzymes in Siliceous Mesostructured Cellular Foams

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Milene Zezzi Do Valle Gomes, Björn Åkerman et al
ACS Catalysis. Vol. 8 (8), p. 7251-7260
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Immobilization of Enzymes in Mesoporous Silica Particles: Protein Concentration and Rotational Mobility in the Pores

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Björn Åkerman
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Vol. 121 (12), p. 2575-2583
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Distribution of Immobilized Enzymes on the Surface and into the Mesoporous Silica Particle

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Björn Åkerman
Biophysical Journal. Vol. 110 (3), p. 550A-550A
Journal article

A fluorescence spectroscopy assay for real-time monitoring of enzyme immobilization into mesoporous silica particles

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Kassam Abdel Mallak, Nils Carlsson et al
Analytical Biochemistry. Vol. 476, p. 51-58
Journal article

Dynamics of Enzyme Immobilization in Mesoporous Silica Particles

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh
Licentiate thesis

Monitoring the Kinetics of Enzyme Immobilization into Mesoporous Silica by Real Time Fluorescence

Pegah Sadat Nabavi Zadeh, Nils Carlsson, Kassam Abdel Mallak et al
Biophysical Journal. Vol. 106 (2), p. 209A-209A
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