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    1. Epstein, N; Rinkevich, B
      From isolated ramets to coral colonies: the significance of colony patternformation in reef restoration practices

      BASIC AND APPLIED ECOLOGY
    2. Mo, CQ; Rinkevich, B
      A simple, reliable, and fast protocol for thraustochytrid DNA extraction

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    3. Rinkevich, B
      Human natural chimerism: An acquired character or a vestige of evolution?

      HUMAN IMMUNOLOGY
    4. Ben-Shlomo, R; Douek, J; Rinkevich, B
      Heterozygote deficiency and chimerism in remote populations of a colonial ascidian from New Zealand

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    5. Frank, U; Rinkevich, B
      Alloimmune memory is absent in the Red Sea hydrocoral Millepora dichotoma

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    6. Rinkevich, B
      Steps towards the evaluation of coral reef restoration by using small branch fragments

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    7. Barki, Y; Douek, J; Graur, D; Gateno, D; Rinkevich, B
      Polymorphism in soft coral larvae revealed by amplified fragment-length polymorphism (AFLP) markers

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    8. Rinkevich, B
      A critical approach to the definition of Darwinian units of selection

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    9. Lauzon, RJ; Rinkevich, B; Patton, CW; Weissman, IL
      A morphological study of nonrandom senescence in a colonial urochordate

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    10. Rinkevich, B; Rabinowitz, C
      Urochordate cell cultures: From in vivo to in vitro approaches

      AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE CELL CULTURE
    11. Epstein, N; Bak, RPM; Rinkevich, B
      Implementation of a small-scale "no-use zone" policy in a reef ecosystem: Eilat's reef lagoon six years later

      CORAL REEFS
    12. Rinkevich, B
      Invertebrates versus vertebrates innate immunity: In the light of evolution

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    13. Rinkevich, B
      Cell cultures from marine invertebrates: obstacles, new approaches and recent improvements

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    14. Magor, BG; De Tomaso, A; Rinkevich, B; Weissman, IL
      Allorecognition in colonial tunicates: protection against predatory cell lineages?

      IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    15. Rinkevich, B; Shapira, M
      Multi-partner urochordate chimeras outperform two-partner chimerical entities

      OIKOS
    16. Stoner, DS; Rinkevich, B; Weissman, IL
      Heritable germ and somatic cell lineage competitions in chimeric colonial protochordates

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Tom, M; Jakubov, E; Rinkevich, B; Herut, B
      Monitoring of hepatic metallothionein mRNA levels in the fish Lithognathusmormyrus - Evaluation of transition metal pollution in a Mediterranean coast

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    18. Rinkevich, B; Ben-Yakir, S; Ben-Yakir, R
      Regeneration of amputated avian bone by a coral skeletal implant

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    19. Tom, M; Douek, J; Yankelevich, I; Bosch, TCG; Rinkevich, B
      Molecular characterization of the first heat shock protein 70 from a reef coral

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    20. Rinkevich, B; Blisko, R; Ilan, M
      Further steps in the initiation of cell cultures from embryos and adult sponge colonies

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL
    21. RINKEVICH B; SHAPIRA M
      AN IMPROVED DIET FOR INLAND BROODSTOCK AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INBRED LINE FROM BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI, A COLONIAL SEA SQUIRT (ASCIDIACEA)

      Aquatic living resources
    22. Rinkevich, B; Porat, R; Goren, M
      On the development and reproduction of Botryllus schlosseri (Tunicata) colonies from the eastern Mediterranean Sea: plasticity of life history traits

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    23. RINKEVICH B
      IMMUNOLOGY OF HUMAN IMPLANTATION - FROM THE INVERTEBRATES POINT-OF-VIEW

      Human reproduction
    24. RINKEVICH B; PORAT R; GOREN M
      ECOLOGICAL AND LIFE-HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS OF BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI (TUNICATA) POPULATIONS INHABITING UNDERSURFACE SHALLOW-WATER STONES

      Marine ecology (Berlin)
    25. TOM M; MORAN O; JAKUBOV E; CAVARI B; RINKEVICH B
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF METALLOTHIONEIN-CDNA OF SPARUS-AURATA USED FOR DETECTING HEAVY-METAL POLLUTION ALONG THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF ISRAEL

      Marine pollution bulletin
    26. RINKEVICH B; TARTAKOVER S; GERSHON H
      CONTRIBUTION OF MORULA CELLS TO ALLOGENEIC RESPONSES IN THE COLONIAL UROCHORDATE BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI

      Marine Biology
    27. RINKEVICH B; WEISSMAN IL; DETOMASO AW
      TRANSPLANTATION OF FU HC-INCOMPATIBLE ZOOIDS IN BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI RESULTS IN CHIMERISM/

      The Biological bulletin
    28. GATENO D; ISRAEL A; BARKI Y; RINKEVICH B
      GASTROVASCULAR CIRCULATION IN AN OCTOCORAL - EVIDENCE OF SIGNIFICANT TRANSPORT OF CORAL AND SYMBIONT CELLS

      The Biological bulletin
    29. RINKEVICH B; RABINOWITZ C
      INITIATION OF EPITHELIAL-CELL CULTURES FROM PALLEAL BUDS OF BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI, A COLONIAL TUNICATE

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    30. PANCER Z; DIEHLSEIFERT B; RINKEVICH B; MULLER WEG
      A NOVEL TUNICATE (BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI) PUTATIVE C-TYPE LECTIN FEATURES AN IMMUNOGLOBULIN DOMAIN

      DNA and cell biology
    31. FRANK U; OREN U; LOYA Y; RINKEVICH B
      ALLOIMMUNE MATURATION IN THE CORAL STYLOPHORA-PISTILLATA IS ACHIEVED THROUGH 3 DISTINCTIVE STAGES, 4 MONTHS POST-METAMORPHOSIS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    32. LEVI L; DOUEK J; OSMAN M; BOSCH TCG; RINKEVICH B
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BS-CADHERIN, A NOVEL CADHERIN FROM THE COLONIAL UROCHORDATE BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI

      Gene
    33. OREN U; RINKEVICH B; LOYA Y
      ORIENTED INTRA-COLONIAL TRANSPORT OF C-14-LABELED MATERIALS DURING CORAL REGENERATION

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    34. RINKEVICH B
      BI-VERSUS MULTICHIMERISM IN COLONIAL UROCHORDATES - A HYPOTHESIS FOR LINKS BETWEEN NATURAL TISSUE-TRANSPLANTATION, ALLOGENETICS AND EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY

      Experimental and clinical immunogenetics
    35. RINKEVICH B
      DO REPRODUCTION AND REGENERATION IN DAMAGED CORALS COMPETE FOR ENERGYALLOCATION

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    36. MULLER WEG; STEFFEN R; RINKEVICH B; MATRANGA V; KURELEC B
      THE MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE MECHANISM IN THE MARINE SPONGE SUBERITES DOMUNCULA - ITS POTENTIAL APPLICABILITY FOR THE EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL-POLLUTION BY TOXIC COMPOUNDS

      Marine Biology
    37. FRANK U; BAK RPM; RINKEVICH B
      ALLORECOGNITION RESPONSES IN THE SOFT CORAL PARERYTHROPODIUM-FULVUM-FULVUM FROM THE RED-SEA

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    38. CUSTODIO MR; IMSIECKE G; BOROJEVIC R; RINKEVICH B; ROGERSON A; MULLER WEG
      EVOLUTION OF CELL-ADHESION SYSTEMS - EVIDENCE FOR ARG-GLY-ASP-MEDIATED ADHESION IN THE PROTOZOAN NEOPARAMOEBA AESTUARINA

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    39. RINKEVICH B
      RESTORATION STRATEGIES FOR CORAL-REEFS DAMAGED BY RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES - THE USE OF SEXUAL AND ASEXUAL RECRUITS

      Restoration ecology
    40. RINKEVICH B; PORAT R; GOREN M
      ALLORECOGNITION ELEMENTS ON A UROCHORDATE HISTOCOMPATIBILITY LOCUS INDICATE UNPRECEDENTED EXTENSIVE POLYMORPHISM

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    41. MULLER WEG; KOZIOL C; KURELEC B; DAPPER J; BATEL R; RINKEVICH B
      COMBINATORY EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE STRESS AND NONIONIC ORGANIC POLLUTANTS ON STRESS PROTEIN (HSP70) GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE FRESH-WATER SPONGE EPHYDATIA-FLUVIATILIS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    42. PANCER Z; GERSHON H; RINKEVICH B
      CLONING OF A UROCHORDATE CDNA FEATURING MAMMALIAN SHORT CONSENSUS REPEATS (SCR) OF COMPLEMENT-CONTROL PROTEIN SUPERFAMILY

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    43. FRANK U; BRICKNER I; RINKEVICH B; LOYA Y; BAK RPM; ACHITUV Y; ILAN M
      ALLOGENEIC AND XENOGENEIC INTERACTIONS IN REEF-BUILDING CORALS MAY INDUCE TISSUE-GROWTH WITHOUT CALCIFICATION

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    44. RINKEVICH B
      CHARACTERISTICS OF ALLOGENEIC RESORPTION IN BOTRYLLOIDES FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF ISRAEL

      Developmental and comparative immunology
    45. MULLER WEG; MULLER IM; RINKEVICH B; GAMULIN V
      MOLECULAR EVOLUTION - EVIDENCE FOR THE MONOPHYLETIC ORIGIN OF MULTICELLULAR ANIMALS

      Naturwissenschaften
    46. RINKEVICH B; SHLEMBERG Z; FISHELSON L
      WHOLE-BODY PROTOCHORDATE REGENERATION FROM TOTIPOTENT BLOOD-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    47. PANCER Z; GERSHON H; RINKEVICH B
      COEXISTENCE AND POSSIBLE PARASITISM OF SOMATIC AND GERM-CELL LINES INCHIMERAS OF THE COLONIAL UROCHORDATE BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI

      The Biological bulletin
    48. SCHACKE H; SCHRODER HC; GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B; MULLER IM; MULLER WEG
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A TYROSINE KINASE GENE FROM THE MARINE SPONGE GEODIA-CYDONIUM - A NEW MEMBER BELONGING TO THE RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASECLASS-II FAMILY

      Molecular membrane biology
    49. RINKEVICH B; WEISSMAN IL; SHAPIRA M
      ALLOIMMUNE HIERARCHIES AND STRESS-INDUCED REVERSALS IN THE RESORPTIONOF CHIMERIC PROTOCHORDATE COLONIES

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    50. RINKEVICH B; RABINOWITZ C
      ACQUIRING EMBRYO-DERIVED CELL-CULTURES AND ASEPTIC METAMORPHOSIS OF LARVAE FROM THE COLONIAL PROTOCHORDATE BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    51. CHADWICKFURMAN N; RINKEVICH B
      A COMPLEX ALLORECOGNITION SYSTEM IN A REEF-BUILDING CORAL - DELAYED-RESPONSES, REVERSALS AND NONTRANSITIVE HIERARCHIES

      Coral reefs
    52. GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B; SCHACKE H; KRUSE M; MULLER IM; MULLER WEG
      CELL-ADHESION RECEPTORS AND NUCLEAR RECEPTORS ARE HIGHLY CONSERVED FROM THE LOWEST METAZOA (MARINE SPONGES) TO VERTEBRATES

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    53. MULLER WEG; GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B; SPREITZER I; WEINBLUM D; SCHRODER HC
      UBIQUITIN AND UBIQUITINATION IN CELLS FROM THE MARINE SPONGE GEODIA-CYDONIUM

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    54. SCHACKE H; MULLER WEG; GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B
      THE IG SUPERFAMILY INCLUDES MEMBERS FROM THE LOWEST INVERTEBRATES TO THE HIGHEST VERTEBRATES

      Immunology today
    55. KRUSE M; MIKOC A; CETKOVIC H; GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B; MULLER IM; MULLER WEG
      MOLECULAR EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF A DEVELOPMENTAL GENE IN THE LOWEST ANIMALS - IDENTIFICATION OF A HOMEOBOX-LIKE GENE IN THE MARINE SPONGE GEODIA-CYDONIUM

      Mechanism of ageing and development
    56. FRANK U; RABINOWITZ C; RINKEVICH B
      IN-VITRO ESTABLISHMENT OF CONTINUOUS CELL-CULTURES AND CELL-LINES FROM 10 COLONIAL CNIDARIANS

      Marine Biology
    57. FRANK U; RINKEVICH B
      NONTRANSITIVE PATTERNS OF HISTORECOGNITION PHENOMENA IN THE RED-SEA HYDROCORAL MILLEPORA-DICHOTOMA

      Marine Biology
    58. RINKEVICH B; FRANK U; BAK RPM; MULLER WEG
      ALLOIMMUNE RESPONSES BETWEEN ACROPORA-HEMPRICHI CONSPECIFICS - NONTRANSITIVE PATTERNS OF OVERGROWTH AND DELAYED CYTOTOXICITY

      Marine Biology
    59. RINKEVICH B; LILKERLEVAV T; GOREN M
      ALLORECOGNITION XENORECOGNITION RESPONSES IN BOTRYLLOIDES (ASCIDIACEA) SUBPOPULATIONS FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF ISRAEL

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    60. PANCER Z; GERSHON H; RINKEVICH B
      DIRECT TYPING OF POLYMORPHIC MICROSATELLITES IN THE COLONIAL TUNICATEBOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI (ASCIDIACEA)

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    61. RINKEVICH B; RABINOWITZ C
      IN-VITRO CULTURE OF BLOOD-CELLS FROM THE COLONIAL PROTOCHORDATE BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    62. RINKEVICH B
      MAJOR PRIMARY STAGES OF BIOMINERALIZATION IN RADULAR TEETH OF THE LIMPET LOTTIA-GIGANTEA

      Marine Biology
    63. PFEIFER K; FRANK W; SCHRODER HC; GAMULIN V; RINKEVICH B; BATEL R; MULLER IM; MULLER WEG
      CLONING OF THE POLYUBIQUITIN CDNA FROM THE MARINE SPONGE GEODIA-CYDONIUM AND ITS PREFERENTIAL EXPRESSION DURING REAGGREGATION OF CELLS

      Journal of Cell Science
    64. RINKEVICH B; SHLEMBERG Z; LILKERLEVAV T; GOREN M; FISHELSON L
      LIFE-HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS OF BOTRYLLOIDES (TUNICATA) POPULATIONS IN AKKO BAY, MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF ISRAEL

      Israel Journal of Zoology
    65. RINKEVICH B
      IMMUNOLOGICAL RESORPTION IN BOTRYLLUS-SCHLOSSERI (TUNICATA) CHIMERAS IS CHARACTERIZED BY MULTILEVEL HIERARCHICAL ORGANIZATION OF HISTOCOMPATIBILITY ALLELES - A SPECULATIVE ENDEAVOR

      The Biological bulletin
    66. PANCER Z; GERSHON H; RINKEVICH B
      CDNA CLONING OF A PUTATIVE PROTOCHORADATE FK506-BINDING PROTEIN

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    67. RINKEVICH B; WEISSMAN IL
      CHIMERAS VS GENETICALLY HOMOGENEOUS INDIVIDUALS - POTENTIAL FITNESS COSTS AND BENEFITS

      Oikos


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