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Laboratory of Applied Electrochemistry
Instituto de Ingeniería UABC
She has a Ph.D. degree in engineering from Engineering Institute of Mexicali.
Michelle Arredondo graduated from the Institute of Technology of Mexicali, México; with title of Chemical Engineer. She has a Ph.D. degree in engineering from Engineering Institute of Mexicali. She has acted in research collaboration with the University of Perpignan, France in IMAGES Laboratory and the Metropolitan Autonomous University, Mexico City in Nanotechnology Laboratory and Molecular Engineering. Since 2010 has been a professor in Autonomous University of Baja California and 2014 in Institute of Technology of Mexicali. Her interests and areas of research are analytical chemistry, electrochemistry, scientific divulgation and biotechnology.
Her interests and areas of research are analytical chemistry, electrochemistry, scientific divulgation and biotechnology.
- Best average generation of Chemical Engineers XVIII of the Technological Institute of Mexicali
- 3rd place in the competition: Pilot projects involving the use of mini PSTAT Metrohom 1910 by Mexico.
- M. Arredondo, M. Stoytcheva, R. Zlatev, and S. Cosnier “Electrochemical Sensing of Trypsin Activity” ECS Electrochemistry Letters. 2012, Volume 1, Issue 5, Pages B1-B3doi: 10.1149/2.008205eel.
- M. Stoytcheva, R. Zlatev, S. Cosnier, M. Arredondo, B. Valdez “High sensitive trypsin activity evaluation applying a nanostructured QCM-sensor” Biosensors and Bioelectronics (2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bios.2012.08.039.
- Michelle Arredondo ,Margarita Stoytcheva, Roumen Zlatev and Velizar Gochev “Some Clinical Applications of the Electrochemical Biosensors” Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 2012, 12, 1301-1313.
- Margarita Stoytcheva, Roumen Zlatev, Serge Cosnier ,Michelle Arredondo “Square wave voltammetric determination of trypsin activity” ElectrochimicaActa76 (2012) 43–47 Michelle Arredondo Espinoza, Georges Istamboulie, Ana Chira, Jean-Louis Marty,Margarita Stoycheva, Thierry Noguer “Detection of glycoalkaloids using disposable biosensors based on genetically modified enzymes”Analytical Biochemistry (2014), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ab.2014.04.005
- 221st Electrochemical Society Meeting, EUA, Seattle, 7 de Mayo 2012
- “Electrochemical Sensing of Trypsin Activity”
- 22th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors 2012, Mexico, Cancun, 15 – 18 de Mayo 2012
- “Rapid Proteases Activity Determination by Magnetic Nanoparticles Modified QCM Sensor” 2nd International Symposium on Nanoscience and Nanomaterial, Mexico, Ensenada, 4 – 8 de Marzo2013
- “Nanoparticles Modified QCM Based Sensor for hydrolases activity determination”
- 64th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry Querétaro, México, 8 – 12 de Septiembre 2013
- “Electrochemical assay for trypsin activity quantification”
- Oral presentation:
- 17th Transfronterera Meeting of Sensors and Biosensors, España, Tarragona, 20 – 21 de Septiembre 2012
- “Electrochemical Biosensor for Trypsin Activity Determination”