Researcher interests: Biosynthesis and regulation of organic acids in filamentous fungi, secondary metabolites, food ingredients, functional foods, mitochondrial cytosol interactions, metabolic engineering.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

fumaric acid biosynthesis and accumulation (2014)| Bioprocessing of Renewable Resources to Commodity Bioproducts| Read more
Emil Battat, Israel Goldberg, neta regevrudzki, Ophry Pines
dual localization of fumarase is dependent on the integrity of the glyoxylate shunt (2009)| Molecular Microbiology| Read more
Dov Prusky, Israel Goldberg, Ophry Pines, Yoav Hadas
involvement of gluconic acid and glucose oxidase in the pathogenicity of penicillium expansum in apples (2007)| Phytopathology| Read more
organic acids old metabolites new themes (2006)| Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology| Read more
conversion of fumaric acid to l malic by sol gel immobilized saccharomyces cerevisiae in a supported liquid membrane bioreactor (2002)| Biotechnology Progress| Read more
functional foods the new wave of foods for the next millennium (2000)| Nutrition in Clinical Care| Read more
Emil Battat, Israel Goldberg, Ophry Pines, shemesh
overexpression of cytosolic malate dehydrogenase mdh2 causes overproduction of specific organic acids in saccharomyces cerevisiae (1997)| Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology| Read more
aharonov, elnathan, Emil Battat, evenram, gibson, Israel Goldberg, Ophry Pines
the cytosolic pathway of l malic acid synthesis in saccharomyces cerevisiae the role of fumarase (1996)| Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology| Read more
pharmacologically active boranes ()| Pure and Applied Chemistry| Read more
α amino boronates as cyanoborane complexes crystal structure and inhibition properties for the serine proteases α chymotrypsin and trypsin ()| Applied Organometallic Chemistry| Read more

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