Publications

 

Conference Papers:

 

Bronshtein, V. (2015) Thermostability in Biodefense and Stockpiling Strategies. Oral presentation at Chemical & Biodefense Science and Technology Conference, St. Louis MO, May 2015.

 

Bronshtein, V.  (2015) Preservation by Vaporization for Biobanking. Oral presentation at International Society for Biobanking annual meeting 2015, Phoenix AZ, May 2015.

 

Bronshtein, V. (2013). The theory of crystallization hydrolysis. Abstract 022. Oral presentation at  Society for Cryobiology meeting, Bethesda, MD, July 2013. Published in Cryobiology 67: 404.

 

Bronshtein, V. (2013). Hyperbaric theory of cryoinjury of microorganisms. Abstract 097. Oral presentation at the Society for Cryobiology meeting, Bethesda, MD, July 2013. Abstract published in Cryobiology 67: 425.

 

Bronshtein, V., 2000. VitriLife preservation technology for stabilization of biologicals at high ambient temperatures.  “Abstracts of 37th Annual Cryobiology Meeting”,  Cryobiology 41: 377-378.

 

Bronshtein, V., Isaac, C., 1999. Stabilization of bacterial cultures by VitriLifeSM preservation process. In: “Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the International Committee on Food Microbiology and Hygiene (ICFMH)”, Veldhoven, The Netherlands, pp. 221-225.

 

Katkov II, Katkova, N., Bronshtein, V., 1999. Stability of frozen boar semen at –80°C with the use of different permeable cryoprotectants.  In: “IV International Conference on Boar Semen Preservation”, Beltsville, Maryland, Abstract P27.

 

Bronshtein, V., and Leopold, A.C. 1996. Accelerated aging of dried luciferase and isocitrate dehydrogenase.     Effect of sugar/enzyme mass ratio.  In: "Cryo 96 program", Abstract 23 of a Paper Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Bronshtein, V., Frank, J.L., and Leopold, A.C. 1996. Protection of desiccated enzymes by sugars.  In: "Cryo 96 program", Abstract 22 of a Paper Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Bronshtein, V., Hopkinson, J., and Leopold, A.C. 1996. Measurement of glass transition temperature with depolarization thermocurrent method.  In: "Cryo 96 program", Abstract 19 of a Paper Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Bronshtein, V.L. 1995. A heresy about an organ cryopreservation by vitrification.  In: "Cryo 95 program", Abstract  P2-66 of a Paper Presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Bronshtein, V.L. 1995. Binding of cryoprotectants to the biological macromolecules.  In: "Cryo 95 program", Abstract  P2-65 of a Paper Presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

Bronshteyn, V.L. and P.L. Steponkus. 1994. Amino acids and carbohydrates limit permeation of ethylene glycol in Drosophila melanogaster embryos. In: "Abstract of Papers Presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology", Abstract 54,  Kyoto, Japan.

 

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:

 

Smith, T. G., Siirin, M., Wu, X., Hanlon, C. A., & Bronshtein, V. (2015). Rabies Vaccine Preserved by Vaporization is Thermostable and Immunogenic. Vaccine, 33(19), 2203-2206.

 

Bronshtein, V. Preservation by Foam Formulation, an Alternative to Freeze-Drying. Pharmaceutical Technology 28: 88-91, 2004.

 

Bronshteyn, VL, and Steponkus, PL. Nucleation and growth of ice crystals in concentrated solutions of ethylene glycol Cryobiology 32: 1-22, 1995.

 

Bronshteyn, VL, Steponkus, PL. Calorimetric studies of freeze-induced dehydration of phospholipids. Biophysical Journal 65: 1853-1865, 1993.

 

Bronshteyn, VL, and Chernov, AA. Freezing potentials arising on solidification of dilute aqueous solution of electrolytes. J. of Crystal Growth 112: 129-145, 1991.

 

Steponkus PL, Myers, SP, Lynch, DV, Gardner, L, Bronshteyn, VL, Leibo, SP, Rall, WF, Pitt, RE, Lin, TT, and MacIntyre, RJ. Cryopreservation of Drosophila melanogaster embryos. Nature 345: 170-172, 1990.

 

Bronshtein, VL, Itkin, YA, and Ishkov, GS. Rejection and capture of cells by ice crystals on freezing aqueous solutions. J. of Crystal Growth 52: 345-349, 1981.

 

Bronshteyn, V.L. and P.L. Steponkus. 1995. Nucleation and growth of ice crystals in concentrated solutions of ethylene glycol Cryobiology 32: 1-22.

 

Bronshteyn, V.L. and P.L. Steponkus. 1993. Calorimetric studies of freeze-induced dehydration of phospholipids. Biophysical Journal 65: 1853-1865.

 

Bronshteyn, V.L. and A.A. Chernov. 1991. Freezing potentials arising on solidification of dilute aqueous solution of electrolytes. J. of Crystal Growth 112: 129-145.

 

Steponkus P.L., S.P. Myers, D.V. Lynch, L. Gardner, V. Bronshteyn, S.P. Leibo, W.F. Rall, R.E. Pitt, T.-T. Lin, and R.J. MacIntyre. 1990. Cryopreservation of Drosophila melanogaster embryos. Nature 345: 170-172.

 

Pushkar, N.S. and V.L. Bronshtein. 1988. The mechanism of ice formation on rewarming of the frozen cryoprotectant solutions. Proc. Ukrainian Acad. Sci. 10: 68-70.

 

Bronshtein, V.L., Y.A. Itkin, and G.S. Ishkov. 1981. Rejection and capture of cells by ice crystals on freezing aqueous solutions. J. of Crystal Growth 52: 345‑349.

 

Pushkar, N.S., Y.A. Itkin, E.A. Gordienko, and V.L. Bronshtein. 1980. Osmotic lysis as a damaging factor in low temperature preservation of cell suspensions. Cryobiology 17: 403‑409.

 

Bronshtein, V.L. 1978. The mechanism of interaction of growing ice crystals with biological structures during freezing. Dokl. Acad. Sci. USSR 238: 722-725.

 

Chernov, A.A. and V.L. Bronshtein. 1978. A macroscopic particle in front of the solidification front of a weak electrolyte solution. Sov. of Crystallography 23: 11-19.

 

Bronshtein, V.L and L.F. Rozanov. 1977. Initial supercooling as a damaging factor in freezing of cell suspensions. Kriobiologia i kriomeditsina 3: 26‑29.

 

Pushkar, N.S., Y.A. Itkin, V.L. Bronshtein, E.A. Gordienko, and Y.B. Kozmin. 1976. The problem of dehydration and intracellular crystallization during freezing of cell suspensions  Cryobiology 13: 147‑152.

 

Chernov, A.A. and  V.L. Bronshtein. 1976. The conditions of rejection of solid particles by the solidification front of a weak electrolyte solution. Dokl. Acad. Sci. USSR 231: 849‑852.

 

Pushkar, N.S., V.L. Bronshtein, and L.F. Rozanov. 1976. The mechanism of dehydration of frozen cells during thawing. Dokl. Acad. Sci. USSR 230: 217‑219.

 

Pushkar, N.S., Y.A. Itkin, E.A. Gordienko, and V.L. Bronshtein. 1975. The reason for and the mechanism of the temperature shock. Dokl. Acad. Sci. USSR 221: 1361‑1464.

 

Book Chapters:

 

Itkin, Y.A., V.L. Bronshtein, E.A. Gordienko, and V.F. Martsenuk. 1983. Freezing, mechanisms of cryodamage of biological materials. In "Cryopreservation of cell suspensions", Kiev, "Naukova Dumka", USSR, pp. 26-45.

 

Itkin, Y.A., E.A. Gordienko, and V.L. Bronshtein. 1981. Physico-mathematical analysis of the mechanism of cryoinjury and cryo‑protection. In "Current interest problems of cryobiology", pp. 300-344. Kiev, "Naukova Dumka", USSR.