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Name: Elena Poverenov, Ph.D. (Researcher)
Units: Postharvest and Food SciencesDepartment of Food Science
Research Interests / Job description  
Tel:  03-9683354 03-9683332
Cell: 0506220070
Fax:03-9683692
Email:    elenap@volcani.agri.gov.il
Office location:Office location: The building of Soil, Water and Environmental Sciences, Room 112, Lab 110
Address:Department of Food Quality and Safety
Agricultural Research Organization - the Volcani Institute,
P.O.B 15159 Rishon LeZion 7505101, Israel

Researcher

Head of the Agro-nanotechnology and Advanced Materials Research Center

 

Research Interests / Job description
Our lab is working on introducing nanotechnology and new material science approaches in the field of food and agriculture. Our primary research expertise is development and study of advanced materials based on a platform of nature-sourced materials. Natural materials hold great promise as inexhaustible and safe biocompatible resources. Therefore, understanding their fundamentals and rationalization of their modifications have far-reaching and diverse scientific and application prospects. Here are examples of our research projects

1) Advanced delivery systems for plant nutrients, biostimulants, post and pre-harvest protectants, gene transformation and therapeutic agents.


2) Controlled release systems based on host-guest chemistry, dynamic covalent linkage, self-assembled nanocarriers

3) Active edible coatings to enhance storability, safety and nutritional quality of food

4) Smart biodegradable packages

5) "Contact active" surfaces to prevent microbial contamination
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WEBSITE

https://mirik28.wixsite.com/elenapoverenov

Announcements

Open positions for MSc and PhD students and Postdocs

 

Lab members

Liora Meikler (for PhD)

Rafael Izhakov (for PhD)

Yevgenia Shebes (for PhD)

Aviad Sela (for PhD)

Tal Klingbel (for PhD)

Adi Semo (for MSc)

Noa Shkuri (for MSc)

Dr. Ainur Imangalaev

Dr. Sai Sagiri

Dr. Erez Cohen

Dr. Alex Laskavi

 

Previous members

Dr. Eugene Khaskin

Dr. Tania Fadida

Dr. Zhaojun Bun

Dr. Pankaj Rastorgi

Dr. Yonit Boguslavski

Dr. Miri Klein

Dr. Anat Phylosoff

Dr. Ilya Shlar

Dr. Hadar Arnon-Rips

Dr. Roi Rutenberg

Dr. Stella Kiel

Dr. Yael Cohen

Leilah Saidi 

Gilad Goldin 

Elad Matot 

Yana Zaicev

Aviva Buslovich

Adi Selilat

Shani Kehilla

Shani Danino

Rehyt Cohen

Viki Bar

Shiran Gabai

 


Our research

1) Natural polymers-based  systems for delivery and controlled release of active agents

We develop new approaches for modification of natural polymers aiming a formation of assembled structures and nanostructures, which are further implemented for controlled delivery of active agents, such as plant nutrients and biostimulants, signal molecules, protectants and antimicrobials, vitamins, medicines and nutraceuticals.


As a first approach we utilize covalent linkage of modifying moieties that induce biopolymers' self-assembly and result in size tunable amphiphilic structures capable for active agents' delivery. The external trigger stimuli lead to a controlled release of the active agents.

We also utilize host-guest interactions to incorporate active agents in natural polymers-based matrices. In this approach oligosaccharides are used as hosting moiety. The resulted nanosized biopolymer matrices benefit good physical and mechanical properties, high active agent content, prolonged release ability and biological activity.

Our third approach is a formation of bulk, micro- and nano- gels with controlled enacpsulation and release ability and capability of selective delivery of specified active agents. 

 

 2) Active edible coatings and packages to enhance quality and storability of food and agricultural products

Edible coatings and packages protect agricultural produce from physiological and microbial damage, improve appearance and respond to consumer demand for a more natural food. Our innovation in this area is the utilization of nanotechnologies and Layer-by-Layer approaches to control the coating and package properties. We utilize nanotechnologies to encapsulate antimicrobials, nutraceutics and aroma compounds into package films and coatings. Nanoparticles and nanoemulsions protect agents and allow their delivery and controlled release. In addition, nano-scale systems introduced into the natural film or coatings improve their mechanical and physical properties.

3) Contact-active antimicrobial surfaces and packages

The contact active approach involves durable (usually covalent) attachment of an antimicrobial agent to the material surface. Being surface linked, the antimicrobial agent is not consumed or released, offering an important advantage in terms of human and environmental safety. In addition, the material can be reused contributing to sustainability. Our goal is the development of synthetically simple and general strategies for the attachment of antimicrobial agents to packaging materials and surfaces that are relevant to the food industry

Publications


2004-2009


1. Poverenov, E., Gandelman, M., Shimon, LJW, Rozenberg, H., Ben-David, Y., Milstein, D. (2004). Nucleophilic de-coordination and electrophilic regeneration of hemilabile pincer-type complexes: Formation of anionic dialkyl, diaryl, dihydride Pt(II) complexes bearing no stabilizing ?-acceptors.
Chem. A Eur. J. 10, 4673-4684. IF 5.2; Q1 .


2. Poverenov, E., Gandelman, M., Shimon, LJW, Rozenberg, H., Ben-David, Y., Milstein, D. (2005).
Pincer "hemilabile" effect. PCN platinum(II) complexes with different amine "arm length".
Organometallics, 24, 1082-1090. IF 3.9; Q1


3. Poverenov, E. Leitus, G., Shimon, LJW, Milstein, D. (2005). C-Metalated diazoalkane complexes of platinum based on PCP-and PCN-type ligands. Organometallics 24, 5937-5944. IF 3.9; Q1.


4. Gandelman, M., Naing, K. , Rybtchinski, B., Poverenov, E., Ben-David, Y., Milstein, D. (2005).
A general method for preparation of metal carbenes via solution- and polymer-based approaches.
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 15265-15272. IF 15.4; Q1.


5. Poverenov, E., Leitus, G., Milstein, D. (2006). Synthesis and reactivity of the methylene arenium form of a benzyl cation, stabilized by complexation. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128, 16450-16451. IF 15.4; Q1


6. Poverenov, E., Milstein, D. (2007). Formation of transition metal carbenes using haloalkylzinc reagents.
Chem. Comm. 30, 3189-3191. IF 6.2; Q1 .


7. Poverenov, E., Shimon, LJW, Milstein, D. (2007). Quinone methide generation based on a cis-(N,N) platinum complex. Organometallics 26, 2178-2182. IF 3.9; Q1.


8. Schwartsburd, L., Poverenov, E. Shimon, LJW., Milstein, D (2007). Naphthyl-based PCP platinum complexes. Nucleophilic activation of coordinated CO and synthesis of a Pt(II) formyl complex. Organometallics 26, 2931-2936. IF 3.9; Q1.


9. Vuzman, D., Poverenov, E., Diskin-posner, Y., Leitus, G., Shimon, LJW, Milstein, D. (2007).
Reactivity and stability of platinum (II) formyl complexes based on PCP-type ligands. The significance of sterics. Dalton Trans. 48, 5692-5700. IF 4.4; Q1.


10. Vuzman, D., Poverenov, E., Shimon, LJW, Diskin-Posner, Y., Milstein, D (2008). Cationic, neutral, and anionic platinum(II) complexes based on an electron-rich PNN ligand. New models of reactivity based on pincer hemilability and dearomatization. Organometallics 27, 2627-2634. IF 3.9; Q1.


11. Poverenov, E., Efremenko, I., Frenkel, A., Ben-David, Y., Shimon, LJW, Leitus, G., Martin, JML, Konstantinovsky, L., Milstein, D. (2008). Evidence for a terminal Pt (iv)-oxo complex exhibiting diverse reactivity. Nature 455, 1093-1096. IF 50.0; Q1.

2010-2013


12. Poverenov E, Gandelman M, Ben-David Y, Milstein D. (2010). Anionic d(8) Alkyl Hydrides - Selective formation and reactivity of cis-Pt(II) methyl hydride. Eur. J. Inorg.Chem. 13, 1991. IF 2.5; Q1.


13. Poverenov, E., Li, M., Bitler, A., Bendikov, M. (2010). Major effect of electropolymerization solvent on morphology and electrochromic properties of PEDOT films. Chem. Mater. 22, 4019-4025. IF 9.8; Q1


14. Poverenov, E., Sheynin, Y., Zamochshik, N., Patra, A., Leitus, G, Perepichka, IF, Bendikov, M. (2012).
Flat conjugated polymers combining a relatively low HOMO energy level and band gap: Polyselenophenes versus polythiophenes. J. Mater, Chem. 22, 14645-14655. IF 6.6; Q1.


15. Poverenov, E., Efremenko, I., Leitus , G., Martin, JML, Milstein, D. (2013). Benzyl cation stabilized by metal complexation. Relative stability of coordinated methylene arenium, ?-benzylic and ?-benzylic structures. Organometallics 32, 4813-4819. IF 3.9; Q1


16. Poverenov, E., Milstein, D. (2013). Noninnocent behavior of PCP and PCN pincer ligands of late metal complexes. Top. Organomet. Chem. 40, 21-47. IF 6.3; Q1.


17. Poverenov E, Granit R, Gabai S. (2013). Encapsulation and controlled release of propionic acid utilizing biodegradable active films based on natural polymers. Eur. Food Res.Technol. 237, 19. IF 3.0; Q2.


18. Poverenov, E.,** Shemesh, M., Gulino, A., Zakin, V., Yefremov, T. S and Granit, R. S (2013).
Durable contact active antimicrobial materials formed by a one-step covalent modification of polyvinyl alcohol, cellulose and glass surfaces. Colloids and Surfaces B. 112, 356. IF 5.3; Q1.
2014


19. Arnon , H., S Porat, R., Zaitsev , Y., S Poverenov, E.** (2014). Effects of carboxymethyl cellulose and chitosan bilayer edible coating on postharvest quality of citrus fruit. Posth Biol. Technol. 87, 21IF 5.5; Q1.


20. Poverenov, E.,** Danino , S., S Horev, B., Granit, R., S Vinokur, Y., Rodov, V. (2014). Layer-by-Layer electrostatic deposition of edible coating on fresh cut melon model: anticipated and unexpected effects of alginate-chitosan combination. Food Bioprocess Techn. 7, 1424-1432. IF 4.8; Q1.


21. Poverenov, E.,** Zamochshik, N., Patra, A., Ridelman, I., Bendikov, M. (2014). Unusual doping of donor-acceptor-type conjugated polymers using lewis acids. In memory of Prof. M. Bendikov.  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136, 5138-5149. IF 15.4; Q1.


22. Poverenov, E.,** Zaitsev , Y., S Arnon , H., S Granit, R., S Perzelan, Y., Fallik, E. (2014). Effects of a composite chitosan-gelatin edible coating on postharvest quality and storability of red bell peppers. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 96, 106-109. IF 5.5; Q1.


23. Poverenov E,** Rutenberg R, S Danino S, Horev B, Rodov, V. (2014). Gelatin-chitosan composite films and edible coatings to enhance the quality of food products: Layer by Layer vs. blended formulations. Food Bioprocess Techn. 214, 3319-3327. IF 4.8; Q1.


24. FadidaS, T., Kroupitski, Y., Peiper, UM, Bendikov, T., Sela, S., Poverenov, E** (2014). Air-ozonolysis to generate contact active antimicrobial surfaces: Activation of polyethylene and polystyrene followed by covalent graft of quaternary ammonium salts. Colloids and Surfaces B. 122, 294-300. IF 5.3; Q1.


25. Arnon S, H., Granit, R., S Porat, R., Poverenov, E.** (2015). Development of polysaccharides-based edible coatings for citrus fruits: a Layer-by-Layer approach. Food Chemistry, 166, 465-472. IF 7.5; Q1.


26. Shlar, I., Poverenov, E., Vinokur, Y., Horev, B., Droby, S., Rodov, V (2015). High-throughput screening of nanoparticle-stabilizing ligands: application to preparing antimicrobial curcumin nanoparticles by antisolvent precipitation. NanoMicro Letters, 7, 68-79. IF 14.3; Q1.


2015-2017


27. Fadida T, S Selilat-Weiss A., S Poverenov, E** (2015). N-hexylimine-chitosan, a biodegradable and covalently stabilized source of volatile, antimicrobial hexanal. Next generation controlled-release system. Carbohydrate Polymers I.F. 9.2; Q1


28. Khaskin, E.,S Fadida, T., S Kroupitski, Y., Shemesh, M., Gulini, A., Poverenov, E.** (2015).
A contact active bactericidial stainless steel via a sustainable process utilizing electrodeposition and covalent attachment in water. Green Chem., 17, 2344-2347. I.F. 10.2; Q1.


29. Rutenberg, R.,S Leytus, G., Fallik, E., Poverenov, E.** (2016). Discovery of a non-classic host guest complexation mode in a b-cyclodextrin/propionic acid model. Chem.Commun., 52, 2565. IF 6.2; Q1.


30. Rutenberg, R.,S Bernstein, S., Paster, N., Fallik, E., Poverenov, E.** (2016). Antimicrobial Films Based on Cellulose-Derived Hydrocolloids. A Synergetic Effect of Host-Guest Interactions on Quality and Functionality. Colloids and Surfaces B, 137, 138-145. IF 5.3; Q1


31. Buslovich, A. S Horev, B. Rodov, V. Gedanken A. and Poverenov E.** (2017). One-step surface grafting of organic nanoparticles: in situ deposition of antimicrobial agents vanillin and chitosan on polyethylene packaging films. J. Mater. Chem. B, 5, 2655-2661. IF 6.3; Q1.


32. Bilbao-Sainz, C., Chiou, B.-S., Williams, T., Wood, D., Du, W.-X., Sedej, I.; Ban, Z., Vinokur, Y., Rodov, V., Poverenov, E. and McHugh, T. (2017). Vitamin D-fortified chitosan films from mushroom waste. Carbohydrate Polymer. 16, 97. IF 9.4; Q1.


33. Lu, H., Ban, Z., Wang, K., Li, D. Li, D., Poverenov, E., Li, L., Luo, Z. (2017). Aroma volatiles, sensory, and chemical attributes of strawberry (Fragaria×ananassa Duch.) achenes and receptacle. Int. J. Food Sci. Techn. 52, 2614-2622. I.F. 3.7, Q2.


2018-2019


34. Rutenberg R, S Bernstein,S, Fallik E, Paster, N., Poverenov E.** (2018). The improvement of propionic acid safety and use during the preservation of stored grains. Crop Protection.110, 191. IF 2.6; Q1.


35. Golden, G., S Quinna, E., Shaaya, E., Kostyukovsky, M., Poverenov, E.** (2018).Coarse and nano emulsions for effective delivery of natural pest control agent pulegone for stored grain protection. Pest Management Sci.74, 820-827. I.F. 4.9, Q1.


36. Yana, J., Ban, Z., Lu, H., Li, D., Poverenov, E., Li, L., Luo, Z (2018).The aroma volatile repertoire in strawberry fruit: a review. J. Sci. Food Agr. 98, 4395-4402. IF 3.6; Q1.


37. Buslovich, A., S Horev, B., Shebis, Y., S Rodov, V., Gedanken, A., Poverenov, E.** (2018)
A facile method for the deposition of volatile natural compound-based nanoparticles on biodegradable polymer surfaces. J. Mater. Chem. B, 6, 2240-2249. IF 6.3; Q1.


38. Ban, Z.,S Horev, B, Rutenberg, R, Danay, O, Bilbao, C, McHugh, T, Rodov, V., Poverenov, E** (2018).
Efficient production of fungal chitosan utilizing an advanced freeze-thawing method; quality and activity studies. Food Hydrocolloids, 81, 380-388. IF 9.2; Q1.


39. Bilbao-Sainz C, Chiou BS, Punotai K, Olson D, Williams T, Wood D, Rodov V, Poverenov E, McHugh. T. (2018). Layer-by-layer alginate and fungal chitosan based edible coatings applied to fruit bars. J. Food Science. 83, 1880-1887. I.F. 3.2; Q2.


40. Boguslavcki Y,S Shemesh M, Friedlander A, Rutenberg R, Molad Filossof A, Buslovich A, Poverenov E** (2018). Eliminating the Need for Biocidal Agents in Anti-Biofouling Polymers by Applying Grafted Nanosilica Instead. ACS Omega, 3, 12437-12445. IF; 3.5, Q2.


41. Poverenov, E.,** Arnon,S H. Zaicev, S Y. Bar, S V. Danay, O. Horev, B., Bilbao-Sainz, C., McHugh, T. Rodov, V. (2018). Potential of chitosan from mushroom waste to enhance quality and storability of fresh-cut melons. Food Chemistry, 263, 233-241. IF 7.5; Q1


42. Rutenberg, R,S Golden G, Cohen Y, Kleiman, M., Poverenov, E.** (2018). Investigation of the Substituent Effect in Modified Nature-Sourced Polymers; Rational Side Chain Engineering to Control Yield, Design, and Properties ACS Omega. 3, 12841-12850. IF 3.5; Q2.


43. Rutenberg, R.,S Galaktionova, D., Golden, G., Cohen, Y., Levi-Kalisman, Y., Cohen, G., Král, P., Poverenov, E.** (2018) Omniphilic Polysaccharide-Based Nanocarriers for a Modular Molecular Delivery in a Broad Range of Bio-Systems. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. 10, 36711. IF 9.2; Q1.


44. Arnon-Rips H, S Porat, R, Poverenov, E.** (2019). Enhancement of agricultural produce quality and storability using citral-based edible coatings; the valuable effect of nano-emulsification in a solid-state delivery. Food Chemistry. 277, 212. IF 7.5; Q1.


2020


45. Shebis, Y., S Bhooshan Kumar, V., Gedanken, A., Poverenov, E. ** (2020) Cooperative crystallization effect in the formation of sonochemically grafted active materials based on polysaccharides. Colloids and Surfaces B, 190, 110931. IF 5.3; Q1.


46. Hadar Arnon-Rips, H., S Sabag, A., Tepper-Bamnolker, P., Chalupovich, D., Levi-Kalisman, Y., Eshel, D., Porat, R., Poverenov, E. ** (2020) Effective suppression of potato tuber sprouting using polysaccharide-based emulsified films for prolonged release of citral. Food Hydrocolloids, 103, 105644. I.F. 9.2; Q1


47. Cohen, Y., S Rutenberg, R., S Cohen, G., Veltman, B., Gvirtz, R., Fallik, E., Danino, D., Eltzov, E., Poverenov, E. ** (2020) Aminated polysaccharide-based nanoassemblies as stable biocompatible vehicles enabling to cross biological barriers. An effective transdermal delivery of Diclofenac medicine. ACS Appl. Bio Mater. 3, 2209-2217. IF; new journal in ACS.


48. Nasonova, A., Cohen, Y., S Poverenov, E., Borisover, M.(2020) Binding interactions of salicylic acid with chitosan and its N-alkylated derivative in solutions: an equilibrium dialysis study.
Colloids and Surfaces A, 603, 125202. IF 4.5; Q2.


49. Gaur, R. Z., Khoury, O. Zohar, M., Poverenov, E., Darzi, R., Laor, Y., Rosmanik, R. (2020). Hydrothermal Carbonization of Sewage Sludge Coupled with Anaerobic Digestion: Integrated Approach for Sludge Management and Energy Recycling. Energy Convers. Manag., 224, 113353. I.F. 9.7; Q1.


2021


50. Cohen Y, S Yasour H, Tworowski D, Fallik E, Poverenov E.** (2021). Stimuli-Free Transcuticular Delivery of Zn Microelement Using Biopolymeric Nanovehicles: Experimental, Theoretical, and In Planta Studies. ACS Nano, 15, 19446-19456. IF 15.9; Q1.


51. Arnon-Rips, H., S Cohen, Y., S Saidi, L., S Porat, R., Poverenov, E.** (2021). Covalent linkage of bioactive volatiles to a polysaccharide support as a potential approach for preparing active edible coatings and delivery systems for food products. Food Chemistry, 338, 127822. IF 7.5; Q1.


52. Huang, R., Vaze, N., Soorneedi, A. Moore, M.D., Luo, Y., Poverenov, E., Rodov, V. Demokritou, P. (2021). A Novel Antimicrobial Technology to Enhance Food Safety and Quality of Leafy Vegetables using Engineered Water Nanostructures. Environmental Science: Nano, 8, 514-526. IF 8.1; Q1.


53. Saidi, L., S Duanis-Assaf, D., Galsarker, O., Maurer, D., Alkan, N., Poverenov, E.** (2021)
Elicitation of fruit defense response by active edible coatings embedded with phenylalanine to improve quality and storability of avocado fruit. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 174, 111442. IF 5.5; Q1.


54. Kiel, S., S Klein, M., S Kroupitski, Y. Peiper, U. M., Sela Saldinger, S., Poverenov, E.** (2021) Air ozonolysis activation of polyolefns versus use of laden fnishing to form contact active nonwoven materials. Scientific Reports, 11, 10798. IF 4.4; Q1.


55. Shlar I, S Poverenov E.** (2021) A nanohybrid layered double hydroxide as an effective carrier for delivery and application of the phytohormone indole acetic acid .Colloid Surf. B, 207, 112032. IF 5.3; Q1.


56. Imangaliyeva, A.N., S Sela, A., S Eltzov, E, Poverenov, E.** (2021) The polyaminosaccharide-based buffers as a new type of zwitterionic buffering macromolecules for biochemical applications.
Carbohydrate Polymers, 273, 118601. IF 9.4; Q1.


57. Klein M, Molad Filossof A, Ashur I, Vernick S, Natan-Warhaftig M, Rodov V, Banin E, Poverenov E.** (2021). In Situ Grafting of Silica Nanoparticle Precursors with Covalently Attached Bioactive Agents to Form PVA-Based Materials for Sustainable Active Packaging. Polymers, 13, 2889. IF 4.3; Q1.


58. Kehila S, Alkalai-Tuvia S, Chalupowicz D, Poverenov E, Fallik E. (2021) Can Edible Coatings Maintain Sweet Pepper Quality after Prolonged Storage at Sub-Optimal Temperatures? Horticulturae, 7, 387. IF 2.3.


59. Duanis-Assaf D, Galsurker O, Davydov O, Maurer D, Feygenberg O, Sagi M, Poverenov E, Fluhr R, Alkan N. (2022) Double-stranded RNA targeting fungal ergosterol biosynthesis pathway controls Botrytis cinerea and postharvest gray mold. Plant Biotechnol J. 20, 226-237. IF 9.8; Q1.


2022


60. Shebis Y, Laskavy A, Molad-Filossof A, Arnon-Rips H, Natan-Warhaftig M, Jacobi G, Fallik E, Banin E, Poverenov E.** (2022) Non-radical synthesis of chitosan-quercetin polysaccharide: properties, bioactivity and applications. Carbohydrate Polymers, Accepted. IF 9.4; Q1.


61. Shebis Y, Vanegas A, Tish N, Fallik E, Rodov V, Poverenov E.** (2022). Facile method for preparation of oligo-carboxymethyl cellulose and other oligosaccharides: physicochemical properties and bioactivity.
Food hydrocolloids. doi.org/10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.107530. I.F. 9.2; Q1


62. Veltman B, Harpaz D, Cohen Y, Poverenov E, Eltzov E. (2022). Characterization of the selective binding of modified chitosan nanoparticles to Gram-negative bacteria strains.
Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 194, 666-675. IF 7.0; Q1.


63. Cohen Y, S Mwangi E, Tish N, Xu J, Vaze N D, Klingbell T, Fallik E, Luo Y, Demokritou P, Rodov V, Poverenov E.** (2022). Quaternized chitosan as a biopolymer sanitizer for leafy vegetables: synthesis, characteristics, and traditional vs. dry nano-aerosol applications,
Food Chemistry, 378, 132056. IF 7.5, Q1.

Invited Reviews


1. Arnon-Rips, H.S and Poverenov, E.** (2018).
Layer-by-Layer Edible Coatings to Improve Quality and Storability of Food Products. Review.
Trends in Food Sci. Technol. 75, 81-92. IF 12.6; Q1.


2. Poverenov, E.** and Klein M. (2018).
Formation of contact active antimicrobial surfaces by covalent grafting of quaternary ammonium compounds . Colloids and Surfaces B., 169, 195-205. IF 5.3; Q1.


3. Klein, M., Poverenov, E.** (2020). Natural biopolymer?based hydrogels for use in food and agriculture. Review. Science of Food and Agriculture. 100, 2337. IF 3.7; Q1.


4. van Houten, F., Wertheim R., Ayali, A., Poverenov, E., Mechraz, G., Eckert, U., Rentzsch, H., Dani, I., Willocx, M. Duflou, J.R. (2021). Bio-based design methodologies for products, processes, machine tools and production systems. CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology, 32, 46-60. IF 3.6.


Book Chapters


1. Poverenov, E. and Milstein, D. (2009).
Quinone methide stabilization by metal complexation.
In Reactive Intermediates Chemistry and Biology. (S.E. Rokita ed.)
Publisher John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey, USA. Invited Chapter


2. Arnon-Rips, H.,S Porat, R., Poverenov, E.** (2016).
Biopolymers-embeded nanoemulsions and other nanotechnological approaches for safety, quality and storability enhancement of food products: active edible coatings and films. In Emulsions. (AM Grumezescu ed.), Publisher Elsevier Academic Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Invited Chapter


Allowed Patents


1. Poverenov, E., Rutenberg, R., Cohen, Y. (2019) Omniphilic nano-vesicles based on modified polysaccharides for delivery of active agents. PCT/IL2019/050329


2. Poverenov, E., Klein, M., Khil, S. (2020) Methods of merging cyclodextrin hosts with nonwoven finishing to form smart fabrics containing various beneficial agents and products made from the methods PCT/IL2020/051199


3. Poverenov, E., Arnon-Rips, H., Porat, R., Eshel, D., Tepper-Bamnolker, (2020) Emulsified film compositions and methods to suppress sprouting of potato tubers. PCT/IL2020/051282.


4. Poverenov, E. (2021) Protected plants and methods of obtaining them. PCT/IL2021/050293.


5. Alkan. N, Poverenov E. (2021) Edible Coatings for Maintaining Fruit Quality. PCT/IL2021/050956

 

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