Dr. Sharon Bretler

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E-SEM, HR-SEM
Dr. Sharon Bretler
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Ph.D- Chemistry, Bar-ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. (2016)

M.Sc- Chemistry, Bar-ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. (2011)

B.Sc- Chemistry, Bar-ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. (2009

Publications

S. Bretler, S. Margel. Synthesis and characterization of new spiropyran micrometer-sized photochromic fluorescent polymeric particles of narrow size distribution by a swelling process. Polymer 61 (2015) 68.

S. Bretler, U. Bretler, S. Margel. Engineering of new spiropyran photochromic fluorescent polymeric nanoparticles of narrow size distribution by emulsion polymerization process. European Polymer Journal 89 (2017) 13.

E. Shtriker, S. Bretler, A. Munder, G. Byk, G. Cohen, M. Kolitz-Domb, A. Gruzman. Hydrogel nanoparticles covered by neuroligin-2-derived peptide-protected β cells under oxidative stress and increase their proliferation. Journal of Nanoparticle Research 20 (2018) 221.

S. Margel, S. Bretler, S. Cohen and N. Kanovsky. "In-situ thin coating of silica particles onto plastic films and their applications" US Provisional Patent Application No. 62/645,839 (2018)

A. Belostozky, S. Bretler, M.  Kolitz Domb, S. Marge. Solidification of Non-halogen Fire-retardant Liquid by Encapsulation within Porous Hollow Silica Microspheres of Narrow Size Distribution for Flame-retardant Applications. International Journal of New Technologies in Science and Engineering 7, (2018),8.

A. Belostozky, S. Bretler, M. Kolitz-Domb, I. Grinberg, S. Margel. Solidification of Oil Liquids by Encapsulation within Porous Hollow Silica Microspheres of Narrow Size Distribution for Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Applications. Submitted(2018)