Biyoteknoloji Enstitüsü Seminerleri
Biyoteknoloji Enstitüsü Seminerleri kapsamında 7 Ocak Perşembe günü 13:30-14:30 arasında Selçuk Üniversitesi, Organik Tarım İşletmeciliği Bölümü’nden Assoc. Prof. Saliha DİNÇ, “Applications of Carbon Dots in Nanobiotechnology” başlıklı online seminer verecektir.
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Seminars in Biotechnology BTEC 591 & BTEC 691
“Applications of Carbon Dots in Nanobiotechnology ”
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Saliha Dinç
Department of Organic Farming Management
I graduated from the University of Hacettepe with a bachelor’s degree in food engineering in 1995. After worked at cookie and chocolate factories in Karaman, I completed my MSc thesis at Food Engineering Department in 2001 and my PhD thesis at Bioengineering Department in Hacettepe University in 2012. Currently, I am working at Çumra School of Applied Sciences, Selçuk University since 2011. I gained an Associated Professor degree in the field of Bioengineering in 2020. My research interests mainly are the green synthesis and applications of carbon dots and chromatography (HPLC, GC-MS). Until now, I worked on three projects funded by TUBITAK (1001-1512) and two international projects (FP7 and TOI). I earned a scholarship in 2020 funded by TUBITAK (2219) with the project on biosensor development.
Since their discovery accidentally1, carbon dots, fluorescent nanoparticles with diameters smaller than 10 nm have drawn great attraction because of outstanding properties including low toxicity / non-toxicity, biocompatibility, synthesizing by green, easy and cheap methods, water solubility and photostability, compared to traditional quantum dots2,3. Up to now, carbon dots have been utilized in biosensors, bioimaging, drug delivery, wound dressing, solar cell, LEDs, fluorescent ink, fertilizer and photocatalysis applications4. Their novel applications such as corrosion inhibitor5, and food protective agent6 are still emerging. Top-down and bottom up approaches are fundamentally used to synthesize carbon dots7 as well as they are extracted from natural sources including heated food/ waste2 etc. This talk will present an overview of carbon dots; synthesis, characterization, purification and applications of carbon dots in nanobiotechnology.
- X. Xu, R. Ray, Y. Gu et al., “Electrophoretic analysis and purification of fluorescent single-walled carbon nanotube fragments,” Journal of American Chemical Society, vol. 126, no. 40, pp. 12736-12737, 2004
- S. Dinç, A simple and green extraction of carbon dots from sugar beet molasses: Biosensor applications, Sugar Ind., 141(9), 560-564, 2016
- C. Kang, Y. Huang, H. Yang et al., “A Review of Carbon Dots Produced from Biomass Wastes”, Nanomaterials, 10, 2316, 2020
- C. Sakdaronnarong, A. Sangjan, S. Boonsith et al., “Recent Developments in Synthesis and Photocatalytic Applications of Carbon Dots”. Catalysts, 10, 320, 2020
- J. Li, J. Lv, L. Fu et al., “ New Ecofriendly Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Quantum Dots as Effective Corrosion Inhibitor for Saturated CO2 3% NaCl Solution.” Russ J Appl Chem, 93, 380–392, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1134/S10704272200300106
- H. Eskalen, M. Çeşme, S. Kerli et al., “Green synthesis of water-soluble fluorescent carbon dots from rosemary leaves: Applications in food storage capacity, fingerprint detection, and antibacterial activity”, Journal of Chemical Research. November 2020. doi:10.1177/1747519820953823
- P. Namdari, B. Negahdari, A. Eatemadi, “Synthesis, properties and biomedical applications of carbon-based quantum dots: An updated review”, Biomed Pharmacother. 2017 Mar; 87:209-222. doi: 10.1016/j.biopha.2016.12.108. Epub 2017 Jan 3. PMID: 28061404.