LABORATORY OF PHARMACEUTICAL ACTIVE COMPOUNDS                                                                                  Russian version

The Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Active Compounds was established in 2017 on the basis of NIIKEL. Scientific interests are the development of screening of biological уааусеы of various compounds.

The main areas of work of the laboratory

Screening of synthesized compounds, determination of their cytotoxicity, studies of mechanism and kinetics of intracellular penetration and excretion, intracellular distribution. Determination of the specific activity of synthesized compounds, acute and chronic toxicity in vivo. Pathomorphological studies


The laboratory is headed by Solovieva Anastasia Olegovna, PhD.


The work of the group is supported by grants:

RSF № 14-14-0019 «Conjugates of octahedral molybdenum and rhenium cluster complexes with antibodies as promising agents for photodynamic therapy and bioimaging systems in oncology»

RFFR № №16-34-00542 «Investigation of the biocompatibility of luminescent and radiocontrast octahedral cluster complexes of tungsten»

Research Group


Pozmogova T.N.

Junior Researcher, PhD student


Miroshnichenko S.M.

Junior Researcher


Shestopalov M.A.

PhD, Senior researcher


Brylev K.A.

PhD, Junior Researcher


Vorotnikov Y.A.

PhD student, Assistant researcher


Vorotnikova N.A.

PhD student, Assistant researcher


Mironov Y.V.

PhD, Junior Researcher


Evtushok D.V. 

PhD student, Assistant researcher


Ivanov A.Y.

PhD student, Assistant researcher


Rodniy A.Y.

student, Assistant researcher


Vorontcova E.V.

PhD, Junior Researcher


Yaroslavtcev D.

Assistant researcher


Evsukova V.S.

Assistant researcher



Contacts: Timakova Street 2, 630060, Novosibirsk, Russia, e-mail:, tel.: +79139060098



Selected Publications


Cellular imaging by green luminescence of Tb(III)-doped aminomodified silica nanoparticles. S.V. Fedorenko, A.R. Mustafina, A.R Mukhametshina, M.E. Jilkin, T.A. Mukhametzyanov, A.O. Solovieva, T.N. Pozmogova, L.V. Shestopalova, M.A. Shestopalov, K.V. Kholin, Y.N. Osin, O.G. Sinyashin. // Mater. Sci. Eng. C, 2017, V. 76, pp. 551-558, DOI: 10.1016/j.msec.2017.03.106.

Supporting effect of polyethylenimine on hexarhenium hydroxo cluster complex for cellular imaging applications. J.G. Elistratova, K.A. Brylev, A.O. Solovieva, T.N. Pozmogova, A.R. Mustafina, L.V. Shestopalova, M.A. Shestopalov, V.V. Syakayev, A.A. Karasik, O.G. Sinyashin // Photochem. Photobiol. A, 2017, V. 340, pp. 46-52, DOI: 10.1016/j.jphotochem.2017.03.005.

Water-soluble hybrid materials based on {Mo6X8}4+ (X = Cl, Br, I) cluster complexes and sodium polystyrene sulfonate. E.V. Svezhentseva, A.O. Solovieva, Y.A. Vorotnikov, O.G. Kurskaya, K.A. Brylev, A.R. Tsygankova, M.V. Edeleva, S.N. Gyrylova, N. Kitamura, O.A. Efremova, M.A. Shestopalov, Y.V. Mironov, A.M. Shestopalov // New J. Chem., 2017, V. 41, pp. 1670–1676, DOI: 10.1039/C6NJ03469A.

Comprehensive study of hexarhenium cluster complex Na4[{Re6Te8}(CN)6] – In terms of a new promising luminescent and X-ray contrast agent. A.A. Krasilnikova, A.O. Solovieva, A.A. Ivanov, K.E. Trifonova, T.N. Pozmogova, A.R. Tsygankova, A.I. Smolentsev, E.I. Kretov, D.S. Sergeevichev, M.A. Shestopalov, Y.V. Mironov, A.M. Shestopalov, A.F. Poveshchenko, L.V. Shestopalova. // Nanomedicine: NBM, 2017, V. 13, No.2, pp.755-763. doi: 10.1016/j.nano.2016.10.016

A comparative study of hydrophilic phosphine hexanuclear rhenium cluster complexes' toxicity. A.A. Krasilnikova, A.O. Solovieva, A.A. Ivanov, K.A. Brylev, T.N. Pozmogova, M.A. Gulyaeva, O.G. Kurskaya, A.Y. Alekseev, A.M. Shestopalov, L.V. Shestopalova, A.F. Poveshchenko, O.A. Efremova, Y.V. Mironov and M.A. Shestopalov // Toxicol. Res., 2017,6, 554-560. doi: 10.1039/C7TX00083A

Nanosized mesoporous metal–organic framework MIL-101 as a nanocarrier for photoactive hexamolybdenum cluster compounds. A.M. Cheplakova, A.O. Solovieva, T.N. Pozmogova, Y.A. Vorotnikov, K.A. Brylev, N.A. Vorotnikova, E.V. Vorontsova, Y.V. Mironov, A.F. Poveshchenko, K.A. Kovalenko, M.A. Shestopalov. // J. Inorg. Biochem., 2017, V. 166, pp. 100-107, doi: 10.1016/j.jinorgbio.2016.11.014