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Fernando Battaglini
Position: Research Staff of CONICET (Principal Investigator).
Laboratory or research group: Chemical Sensors.
Tel: 5411 4576-3380 ext. 117 - Fax: 5411 4576-3341
E-mail: battagli@qi.fcen.uba.ar
Website: www.qi.fcen.uba.ar/personales/battaglini.htm

Studies in Chemistry: MSc in Chemistry (Licenciado), University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1985.
PhD in Chemistry, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1991.
Postdoc: University of Texas at Austin (1991-1992). Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), 1992-1995.
Teaching Positions: Associate Professor, University of Buenos Aires.
Position at CONICET: Principal Investigator.
Topics of interest: Electroanalysis, nanotechnology. Our research project focuses on the development of sensors and integrated chemical systems for easy and fast determination of analytes of clinical and environmental relevance. We use as detection methods amperometry, luminescence, and impedance. Enzymes and receptors are used as recognition elements to achieve specificity in these assays.
Awards and Recognitions:

1997 Fundación Antorchas, reentry grant.
2010- Expositor at Fresenius Inventor´s Fair (Medica 2010, Dusseldorf, Germany)AA

• Electron Transfer Properties of Dual Self-Assembled Architectures Based on Specific Recognition and Electrostatic Driving Forces: Its Application to Control Substrate Inhibition in Horseradish Peroxidase-Based Sensors M.L. Cortez, D. Pallarola, M. Ceolin, O. Azzaroni, F. Battaglini. Analytical Chemistry, 85 (2013) 2414-2422.
• Hydrogen peroxide detection under physiological conditions by Prussian blue stabilized using a polyelectrolyte–surfactant complex matrix. C. Gaviglio, F. Battaglini. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 182 (2013) 53-57
• Ionic self-assembly of electroactive biorecognizable units: electrical contacting of redox glycoenzymes made easy. M. L. Cortez,D. Pallarola, M. Ceolín, O. Azzaroni, F. Battaglini. Chem. Comm., 48 (2012) 10868–10870.
• A polyelectrolyte–surfactant complex as support layer for membrane functionalization A.S. Peinetti, L.P. Méndez De Leo, G.A. González, F. Battaglini. J. Colloid Inter.Sci. 386 (2012) 44–50.
• Electrochemical sensing platform based on polyelectrolyte-surfactant supramolecular assemblies incorporating carbon nanotubes. M. L. Cortez, M. Ceolín, O. Azzaroni, F. Battaglini. Analytical Chemistry, 83 (2011) 8011-8018.

• "Electronic tongue for simultaneous detection of endotoxins and other contaminants of microbiological origin. J. Yánez Heras, D. Pallarola, F. Battaglini. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 25 (2010) 2470-2476.
Surfactant Assisted Lipopolysaccharide Conjugation Employing a Cyanopyridinium Agent (CDAP) and its Application to a Competitive Assay. D. Pallarola, F. Battaglini. Analytical Chemistry, 81 (2009) 3824-3829
The Use of an Antimicrobial Protein for Endotoxin Detection in a Competitive Electrochemical Assay. G. Priano, F. Battaglini. Anal. Chem.;77 (2005) 4976-4984.
A microelectrochemical enzyme trans istor based on a N-alkylated poly(aniline) and its application to determine hydrogen peroxide at neutral pH D. Raffa, K.T. Leung, F. Battaglini. Analytical Chemistry; 75 (2003) 4983-87
Osmium complexes bearing functional groups: Building blocks for integrated chemical systems. C. Danilowicz, E. Cortón, F. Battaglini. J.Electroanal.Chem.;445 (1998) 89-94.