Publications by Type: Book Chapter

2013
Kamyshny A, Magdassi S. Inkjet printing. In: Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. Wiley-VCH ; 2013. pp. 1-21.
Margulis-Goshen K, Magdassi S. Nanotechnology: An Advanced Approach to the Development of Potent Insecticides. In: Advanced Technologies for Managing Insect Pests. Springer ; 2013. pp. 295. Publisher's Version
2012
Kamyshny A, Magdassi S. Inkjet ink formulations. In: Korvink J, Shin D-Y, Smith P Inkjet-based Micromanufacturing. Wiley-VCH ; 2012. pp. 173-189.
2010
Magdassi S. Ink requirements and formulations guidelines. In: The chemistry of inkjet inks. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing ; 2010. pp. 19-41.
Magdassi S. Unique inkjet ink system. In: The chemistry of inkjet inks. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing ; 2010. pp. 203-221.
2009
Margulis-Goshen K, Kamyshny A, S.Magdassi. Application of surfactants in pharmaceutical dosage forms. In: Zoller U Handbook of Detergents- Part E: Applications. Taylor & Francis ; 2009.
Margulis-Goshen K, Magdassi S. Formation of simvastatin nanoparticles from microemulsion. In: Nanomedicine Nanomedicine : nanotechnology, biology, and medicine. Vol. 5. ; 2009. pp. 274 - 81.Abstract

UNLABELLED: The present study evaluates a new method to prepare nanoparticles of a poorly water-soluble drug, simvastatin, by evaporation of all solvents from spontaneously formed oil-in-water microemulsions. By this method, microemulsions containing a volatile solvent as an oil phase are converted into nanoparticles in the form of dry non-oily flakes by freeze-drying. The presence of simvastatin in nanoparticles was determined by dispersing the flakes in water and subsequent filtering through a 0.1-microm filter, followed by measuring the simvastatin concentration in the filtrate. It was found that after freeze-drying more than 95% of the drug was present in amorphous particles, smaller than 100 nm. It was found that tablets containing the flakes of simvastatin nanoparticles showed tremendous enhancement in dissolution profile compared with conventional tablets. X-ray diffraction revealed that in the resulting flakes simvastatin nanoparticles were initially amorphous, but a slow crystallization process took place when the product was stored at room temperature. FROM THE CLINICAL EDITOR: This paper describes a new method to prepare nanoparticles of a poorly water-soluble drug, simvastatin, by evaporation of all solvents from spontaneously formed oil-in-water microemulsions. Tablets containing the flakes of simvastatin nanoparticles showed tremendous enhancement in dissolution profile compared with conventional tablets.[on SciFinder (R)]

2007
Kamyshny A, Magdassi S. Nanoparticles in confined structures: formation and application. In: Colloids Interface Sci. Ser.Colloids and Interface Science Series. Vol. 1. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA ; 2007. pp. 207 - 233.Abstract

A review. Current approaches to the prepn. of nanoparticles in confined structures are described. The prepn. of inorg. and org. nanoparticles in nanometric confined structures, such as reverse micelles, water-in-oil and oil-in-water microemulsions, water-in-supercrit. liq. microemulsions, micelles of amphiphilic block copolymers, miniemulsions, dendrimers, polymeric capsules, pore channels of mesoporous solids, and nanoporous membranes, and liq. crystals are discussed. Examples of practical applications of the nanoparticles obtained are presented. [on SciFinder(R)]

2006
Kamyshny A, Magdassi S. Microencapsulation. In: PS D Encyclopedia of Surface and Colloid Science. Taylor & Francis ; 2006.
1999
Magdassi S, Touitou E. Cosmeceutics and delivery systems. In: Cosmetic Science and Technology Series. Vol. 19. Marcel Dekker, Inc. ; 1999. pp. 1 - 7.Abstract

A review with 21 refs. on cosmetic delivery systems. [on SciFinder(R)]

Vinetsky Y, Magdassi S. Microcapsules in cosmetics. In: Cosmetic Science and Technology Series. Vol. 19. Marcel Dekker, Inc. ; 1999. pp. 295 - 313.Abstract

A review with 54 refs. Microcapsules in topical formulations, methods of microencapsulation of cosmetic ingredients and their uses in cosmetic formulations are discussed. [on SciFinder(R)]

Magdassi S, Garti N. Multiple emulsions. In: Cosmet. Sci. Technol. Ser. Vol. 19. Marcel Dekker, Inc. ; 1999. pp. 145 - 167.Abstract

A review with 66 refs. Prepn. of multiple emulsions, evaluation of yield of prepn. and formulations are discussed. [on SciFinder(R)]

1996
S.Magdassi, Vinetsky Y. Microencapsulation of O/W Emulsions by Proteins. In: Benita S Microencapsulation Methods and Industrial Applications. New York: Dekker ; 1996. pp. 21-33.
Magdassi S, Toledano O. Enhanced Hydrophobicity: Formation and properties of surface-active proteins. In: Surf. Act. Proteins. Dekker ; 1996. pp. 61 - 90.Abstract

A review with 86 refs. on detg. and modifying hydrophobicity of proteins to enhance surface activity. [on SciFinder(R)]

Magdassi S, Kamyshny A. Surface activity and functional properties of proteins. In: Surf. Act. Proteins. Dekker ; 1996. pp. 1 - 38.Abstract

A review with 189 refs. [on SciFinder(R)]

1995
Magdassi S, Sheinberg O, Zakay-Rones Z. Formation and properties of surface-active antibodies. In: Proteins at Interfaces II- ACS Symposium Series. Vol. 602. American Chemical Society ; 1995. pp. 533 - 40.Abstract

Surface active antibodies were formed by covalent attachment of hydrophobic groups to the IgG mol. The modified antibodies reduced surface tension and adsorbed onto emulsion droplets at surface concns. higher than the native antibody. The chem. modification led to a decrease in the biol. activity; however, at specific conditions, surface-active antibodies, which retained their recognition ability, could be formed. By using these antibodies, a new emulsion, which has a specific recognition ability for HSV-1 infected cells, was formed. [on SciFinder(R)]

1991
Magdassi S, Garti N. Surface activity of proteins. In: Surfactant Sci. . Vol. 39. ; 1991. pp. 289 - 99.Abstract

A review, with 42 refs., on (1) adsorption at fluid-fluid interfaces, (2) surface activity response to factors, (3) adsorption at solid-liq. interfaces, (4) proteins at interfaces of biol. interest, and other topics. Proteins at surfaces in pharmaceutical and food industries as well as in natural processes are discussed. [on SciFinder(R)]