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    1. Soreq, H; Seidman, S
      Acetylcholinesterase - New roles for an old actor (vol 2, pg 294, 2001)

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Soreq, H; Seidman, S
      Acetylcholinesterase - new roles for an old actor

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Galyam, N; Grisaru, D; Grifman, M; Melamed-Book, N; Eckstein, F; Seidman, S; Eldor, A; Soreq, H
      Complex host cell responses to antisense suppression of ACHE gene expression

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    4. Grisaru, D; Deutsch, V; Shapira, M; Pick, M; Sternfeld, M; Melamed-Book, N; Kaufer, D; Galyam, N; Gait, MJ; Owen, D; Lessing, JB; Eldor, A; Soreq, H
      ARP, a peptide derived from the stress-associated acetylcholinesterase variant, has hematopoietic growth promoting activities

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    5. Shapira, M; Thompson, CK; Soreq, H; Robinson, GE
      Changes in neuronal acetylcholinesterase gene expression and division of labor in honey bee colonies

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Perry, C; Soreq, H
      The leukemic effect of anticholinesterases

      LEUKEMIA RESEARCH
    7. Erb, C; Troost, J; Kopf, S; Schmitt, U; Loffelholz, K; Soreq, H; Klein, J
      Compensatory mechanisms enhance hippocampal acetylcholine release in transgenic mice expressing human acetylcholinesterase

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    8. Mor, TS; Sternfeld, M; Soreq, H; Arntzen, CJ; Mason, HS
      Expression of recombinant human acetylcholinesterase in transgenic tomato plants

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    9. Soreq, H; Kaufer, D; Friedman, A; Glick, D
      Blood-brain barrier modulations and low-level exposure to xenobiotics

      CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS: TOXICITY AT LOW LEVELS
    10. Shapira, M; Grant, A; Korner, M; Soreq, H
      Genomic and transcriptional characterization of the human ACHE locus: Complex involvement with acquired and inherited diseases

      ISRAEL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    11. Soreq, H; Seidman, S
      Anti-sense approach to anticholinesterase therapeutics

      ISRAEL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    12. Itskovitz-Eldor, J; Schuldiner, M; Karsenti, D; Eden, A; Yanuka, O; Amit, M; Soreq, H; Benvenisty, N
      Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into embryoid bodies comprising the three embryonic germ layers

      MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    13. Shapira, M; Tur-Kaspa, I; Bosgraaf, L; Livni, N; Grant, AD; Grisaru, D; Korner, M; Ebstein, RP; Soreq, H
      A transcription-activating polymorphism in the ACHE promoter associated with acute sensitivity to anti-acetylcholinesterases

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    14. Shohami, E; Kaufer, D; Chen, Y; Seidman, S; Cohen, O; Ginzberg, D; Melamed-Book, N; Yirmiya, R; Soreq, H
      Antisense prevention of neuronal damages following head injury in mice

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE-JMM
    15. Lev-Lehman, E; Evron, T; Broide, RS; Meshorer, E; Ariel, I; Seidman, S; Soreq, H
      Synaptogenesis and myopathy under acetylcholinesterase overexpression

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Sternfeld, M; Shoham, S; Klein, O; Flores-Flores, C; Evron, T; Idelson, GH; Kitsberg, D; Patrick, JW; Soreq, H
      Excess "read-through" acetylcholinesterase attenuates but the "synaptic'" variant intensifies neurodeterioration correlates

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Perry, E; Martin-Ruiz, C; Lee, M; Griffiths, M; Johnson, M; Piggott, M; Haroutunian, V; Buxbaum, JD; Nasland, J; Davis, K; Gotti, C; Clementi, F; Tzartos, S; Cohen, O; Soreq, H; Jaros, E; Perry, R; Ballard, C; McKeith, I; Court, J
      Nicotinic receptor subtypes in human brain ageing, Alzheimer and Lewy bodydiseases

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Kaufer, D; Soreq, H
      Tracking cholinergic pathways from psychological and chemical stressors tovariable neurodeterioration paradigms

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    19. Seidman, S; Eckstein, F; Grifman, M; Soreq, H
      Antisense technologies have a future fighting neurodegenerative diseases

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    20. Salmon, AY; Goren, Z; Avissar, Y; Soreq, H
      Human erythrocyte but not brain acetylcholinesterase hydrolyses heroin to morphine

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Grisaru, D; Lev-Lehman, E; Shapira, M; Chaikin, E; Lessing, JB; Eldor, A; Eckstein, F; Soreq, H
      Human osteogenesis involves differentiation-dependent increases in the morphogenically active 3 ' alternative splicing variant of acetylcholinesterase

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    22. Broide, RS; Grifman, M; Loewenstein, A; Grisaru, D; Timberg, R; Stone, J; Shani, M; Patrick, JW; Soreq, H
      Manipulations of ACHE gene expression suggest non-catalytic involvement ofacetylcholinesterase in the functioning of mammalian photoreceptors but not in retinal degeneration

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Grisaru, D; Sternfeld, M; Eldor, A; Glick, D; Soreq, H
      Structural roles of acetylcholinesterase variants in biology and pathology

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Kaufer, D; Friedman, A; Seidman, S; Soreq, H
      Anticholinesterases induce multigenic transcriptional feedback response suppressing cholinergic neurotransmission

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    25. SOREQ H
      MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY AND GENETICS OF CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION

      European journal of neuroscience
    26. FRIEDMAN A; PAVLOVSKY L; KAUFER D; SOREQ H
      STRESS ALTER ACETYLCHOLINE-MEDIATED MODULATION OF HIPPOCAMPAL EXCITABILITY

      European journal of neuroscience
    27. STERNFELD M; PATRICK JD; SOREQ H
      POSITION EFFECT VARIEGATIONS AND BRAIN-SPECIFIC SILENCING IN TRANSGENIC MICE OVEREXPRESSING HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE VARIANTS

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    28. FRIEDMAN A; KAUFER D; PAVLOVSKY L; SOREQ H
      CHOLINERGIC EXCITATION INDUCES ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSES IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    29. Shapira, M; Seidman, S; Livni, N; Soreq, H
      In vivo and in vitro resistance to multiple anticholinesterases in Xenopuslaevis tadpoles

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    30. STERNFELD M; MING GL; SONG HJ; SELA K; TIMBERG R; POO MM; SOREQ H
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ENHANCES NEURITE GROWTH AND SYNAPSE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ALTERNATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ITS HYDROLYTIC CAPACITY, CORE PROTEIN, AND VARIABLE C-TERMINI

      The Journal of neuroscience
    31. ANDRES C; SEIDMAN S; BEERI R; TIMBERG R; SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE INDUCES ENLARGEMENT OF MURINE NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTIONS BUT LEAVES SPINAL-CORD SYNAPSES INTACT

      Neurochemistry international
    32. ERB C; KLEIN J; SOREQ H; LOFFELHOLZ K
      CHANGES OF CHOLINERGIC FUNCTIONS INDUCED BY TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    33. KAUFER D; FRIEDMAN A; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      ACUTE STRESS FACILITATES LONG-LASTING CHANGES IN CHOLINERGIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      Nature
    34. GRIFMAN M; GALYAM N; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      FUNCTIONAL REDUNDANCY OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE AND NEUROLIGIN IN MAMMALIAN NEURITOGENESIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    35. SOREQ H
      MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY AND GENETICS OF CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    36. GLICK D; KAUFER D; STERNFELD M; GRIFMAN M; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      DELETERIOUS LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ACHE OVEREXPRESSION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    37. SHOHAMI E; CHEN Y; BEERI R; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE OVEREXPRESSION IS ASSOCIATED WITH NEUROLOGICAL RECOVERY FROM CLOSED-HEAD INJURY

      Brain research
    38. BIRIKH KR; BERLIN YA; SOREQ H; ECKSTEIN F
      PROBING ACCESSIBLE SITES FOR RIBOZYMES ON HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE RNA

      RNA
    39. GRIFMAN M; SOREQ H
      DIFFERENTIATION INTENSIFIES THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA CELLS TO ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDE-DEPENDENT SUPPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    40. BROIDE RS; GRIFMAN M; SHAPIRA M; GINZBERG D; SOREQ H
      GENETIC MANIPULATIONS OF CHOLINERGIC COMMUNICATION REVEAL TRANS-ACTING CONTROL MECHANISMS OVER ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    41. SOREQ H; KAUFER D; FRIEDMAN A
      LESS STRESS - MORE PRESSURE - REPLY

      Nature medicine
    42. GAZIT D; ZILBERMAN Y; HUBERMAN T; SOREQ H; KAHN A
      SYSTEMIC ADMINISTRATION OF TGF-BETA-1 AFFECTS BONE, BRAIN AND TESTIS IN OLD, OSTEOPENIC MICE

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    43. LEVLEHMAN E; DEUTSCH V; SOREQ H; ELDOR A
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE (ACHE) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN MEGAKARYOCYTES

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    44. CHEN Y; BEERI R; SOREQ H; SHOHAMI E
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE OVEREXPRESSION IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPAIRED DENDRITIC REORGANIZATION AND POOR RECOVERY FROM BRAIN INJURY

      Neuroscience letters
    45. GRIFMAN H; GALIAM N; SOREQ H
      OVEREXPRESSION OF NITZIN, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE EZRIN-RADIXIN-MOESIN (ERM) PROTEIN FAMILY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DEFICIENT NEURITE EXTENSION UNDER ANTISENSE SUPPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN PC12 CELLS

      Neuroscience letters
    46. KAUFER D; FRIEDMAN A; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      ACUTE STRESS INDUCES LONG-LASTING SUPPRESSION OF CHOLINERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION

      Neuroscience letters
    47. MOR I; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      POSTNATAL ENHANCEMENT OF HOST ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN DEVELOPING ACHETRANSGENIC MICE

      Neuroscience letters
    48. SALMON A; GOREN Z; AVISSAR Y; SOREQ H
      ERYTHROCYTE BUT NOT SYNAPTIC HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE HYDROLYZES HEROIN TO MORPHINE

      Neuroscience letters
    49. STERNFELD M; RACHMILEWITZ J; LOEWENSTEINLICHTENSTEIN Y; ANDRES C; TIMBERG R; BENARI S; GLICK D; SOREQ H; ZAKUT H
      NORMAL AND ATYPICAL BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASES IN PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT, FUNCTION, AND MALFUNCTION

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    50. GRIFMAN M; ARBEL A; GINZBERG D; GLICK D; ELGAVISH S; SHAANAN B; SOREQ H
      IN-VITRO PHOSPHORYLATION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE AT NONCONSENSUS PROTEIN-KINASE-A SITES ENHANCES THE RATE OF ACETYLCHOLINE HYDROLYSIS

      Molecular brain research
    51. ANDRES C; BEERI R; FRIEDMAN A; LEVLEHMAN E; HENIS S; TIMBERG R; SHANI M; SOREQ H
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE-TRANSGENIC MICE DISPLAY EMBRYONIC MODULATIONS INSPINAL-CORD CHOLINE-ACETYLTRANSFERASE AND NEUREXIN I-BETA GENE-EXPRESSION FOLLOWED BY LATE-ONSET NEUROMOTOR DETERIORATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. BEERI R; LENOVERE N; MERVIS R; HUBERMAN T; GRAUER E; CHANGEUX JP; SOREQ H
      ENHANCED HEMICHOLINIUM BINDING AND ATTENUATED DENDRITE BRANCHING IN COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE-TRANSGENIC MICE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    53. GRIFMAN M; LAST A; AGOSTON M; SOREQ H
      ANTISENSE INHIBITION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN PC12 CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    54. SALMON AY; GLUZMAN N; STERNFELD M; ALMOG S; DANY S; ROTENBERG M; GLICK D; SOREQ H
      GENETIC AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENTIAL INTERACTIONS OF VARIANT HUMAN CHOLINESTERASES WITH DIACETYLMORPHINE (HEROIN) DERIVATIVES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    55. KAUFER D; FRIEDMAN A; SEIDMAN S; SOREQ H
      TRANSCRIPTIONALLY REGULATED BIMODAL SHUTOFF OF NEUROTRANSMISSION FOLLOWING CHOLINERGIC HYPERACTIVATION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    56. SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC AND ANTISENSE MANIPULATIONS OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION CREATE RECIPROCAL PHENOTYPES IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO

      Journal of neurochemistry
    57. LEVLEHMAN E; DEUTSCH V; ELDOR A; SOREQ H
      IMMATURE HUMAN MEGAKARYOCYTES PRODUCE NUCLEAR-ASSOCIATED ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

      Blood
    58. FRIEDMAN A; KAUFER D; SHEMER J; HENDLER I; SOREQ H; TURKASPA I
      PYRIDOSTIGMINE BRAIN PENETRATION UNDER STRESS ENHANCES NEURONAL EXCITABILITY AND INDUCES EARLY IMMEDIATE TRANSCRIPTIONAL RESPONSE

      Nature medicine
    59. NECHUSHTAN H; SOREQ H; KUPERSTEIN V; TSHORI S; RAZIN E
      MURINE AND HUMAN MAST-CELLS EXPRESS ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

      The FASEB journal
    60. DEUTSCH V; LEVLEHMAN E; ELDOR A; SOREQ H
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE EXPRESSION IN EARLY HUMAN MEGAKARYOBLASTS IS SUPPRESSED UNDER PHORBOL ESTER AND THROMBOPOIETIN INDUCED-DIFFERENTIATION

      Experimental hematology
    61. LOEWENSTEINLICHTENSTEIN Y; GLICK D; GLUZMAN N; STERNFELD M; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      OVERLAPPING DRUG-INTERACTION SITES OF HUMAN BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE DISSECTED BY SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

      Molecular pharmacology
    62. KARPEL R; STERNFELD M; GINZBERG D; GUHL E; GRAESSMANN A; SOREQ H
      OVEREXPRESSION OF ALTERNATIVE HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE FORMS MODULATES PROCESS EXTENSIONS IN CULTURED GLIOMA-CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    63. SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC MANIPULATIONS OF CHOLINERGIC FUNCTIONS IN VERTEBRATES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    64. NECHUSHTAN H; SOREQ H; KUPERSTEIN V; TSHORI S; RAZIN E
      MURINE AND HUMAN MAST-CELL EXPRESS ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE

      FEBS letters
    65. SOREQ H
      CHOLINERGIC SYMPTOMS AND GULF-WAR SYNDROME - REPLIES

      Nature medicine
    66. LOEWENSTEINLICHTENSTEIN Y; SCHWARZ M; GLICK D; NORGAARDPEDERSEN B; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      GENETIC PREDISPOSITION TO ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES OF ANTI-CHOLINESTERASES IN ATYPICAL BCHE CARRIERS

      Nature medicine
    67. BEERI R; ANDRES C; LEVLEHMAN E; TIMBERG R; HUBERMAN T; SHANI M; SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE INDUCES PROGRESSIVE COGNITIVE DETERIORATION IN MICE

      Current biology
    68. PATINKIN D; EHRLICH G; GINZBERG D; ZAKUT H; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      MODULATION OF MEGAKARYOCYTOPOIESIS BY PARTIALLY PHOSPHOROTHIOATED OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    69. SEIDMAN S; STERNFELD M; BENAZIZALOYA R; TIMBERG R; KAUFERNACHUM D; SOREQ H
      SYNAPTIC AND EPIDERMAL ACCUMULATIONS OF HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ARE ENCODED BY ALTERNATIVE 3'-TERMINAL EXONS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    70. SCHWARZ M; LOEWENSTEINLICHTENSTEIN Y; GLICK D; LIAO JA; NORGAARDPEDERSEN B; SOREQ H
      SUCCESSIVE ORGANOPHOSPHATE INHIBITION AND OXIME REACTIVATION REVEALS DISTINCT RESPONSES OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN CHOLINESTERASE VARIANTS

      Molecular brain research
    71. SCHWARZ M; GLICK D; LOEWENSTEIN Y; SOREQ H
      ENGINEERING OF HUMAN CHOLINESTERASES EXPLAINS AND PREDICTS DIVERSE CONSEQUENCES OF ADMINISTRATION OF VARIOUS DRUGS AND POISONS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    72. DOBIANER K; HRUZA C; EHRLICH G; SEVELDA P; CZERWENKA K; SOREQ H; SPONA J; ZAKUT H
      HER-2 AMPLIFICATION BUT NOT BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE MUTABILITY REFLECTSAGGRESSIVENESS OF EUROPEAN-ORIGINATED OVARIAN-TUMORS

      Gynecologic oncology
    73. GRIFMAN M; GINZBERG D; SOREQ H
      IMPAIRMENT OF NEURITE EXTENSION AND APOPTOSIS-DEPENDENT DNA FRAGMENTATION IN PRIMARY NEURONAL CELL-CULTURES ADMINISTERED WITH AN ACHE ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    74. SOREQ H
      INVOLVEMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION PROCESSES SUGGESTED BY UP-MODULATIONS AND DOWN-MODULATIONS OF ITS GENE-EXPRESSION LEVELS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    75. DEUTSCH V; LEVLEHMAN E; BLUMENTALPERRY A; ELDOR A; SOREQ H
      NUCLEAR-ASSOCIATED ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IS EXPRESSED IN THE HUMAN MEGAKARYOBLASTIC DAMI CELL-LINE END IS MARKEDLY REDUCED FOLLOWING THROMBOPROTEIN OR PHORBOL-ESTER INDUCED-DIFFERENTIATION

      Blood
    76. EHRLICH G; PATINKIN D; GINZBERG D; ZAKUT H; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      USE OF PARTIALLY PHOSPHOROTHIOATED ANTISENSE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDES FOR SEQUENCE-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF HEMATOPOIESIS IN CULTURE

      Antisense research and development
    77. LEVLEHMAN E; GINZBERG D; HORNREICH G; EHRLICH G; MESHORER A; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H; ZAKUT H
      ANTISENSE INHIBITION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION CAUSES TRANSIENT HEMATOPOIETIC ALTERATIONS IN-VIVO

      Gene therapy
    78. EHRLICH G; GINZBERG D; LOEWENSTEIN Y; GLICK D; KEREM B; BENARI S; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      POPULATION DIVERSITY AND DISTINCT HAPLOTYPE FREQUENCIES ASSOCIATED WITH ACHE AND BCHE GENES OF ISRAELI JEWS FROM TRANS-CAUCASIAN GEORGIA AND FROM EUROPE

      Genomics
    79. SOREQ H; EHRLICH G; SCHWARZ G; LOEWENSTEIN Y; GLICK D; ZAKUT H
      MUTATIONS AND IMPAIRED EXPRESSION IN THE ACHE AND BCHE GENES - NEUROLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy
    80. PATINKIN D; SOREQ H; LEVLEHMAN E; GINZBERG D; ECKSTEIN F
      ANTISENSE ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE COUNTERACTS HEMATOPOIETIC APOPTOSIS

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    81. PATINKIN D; LEVLEHMAN E; ZAKUT H; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      ANTISENSE INHIBITION OF BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION PREDICTS ADVERSE HEMATOPOIETIC CONSEQUENCES TO CHOLINESTERASE-INHIBITORS

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    82. BEERI R; GNATT A; LAPIDOTLIFSON Y; GINZBERG D; SHANI M; SOREQ H; ZAKUT H
      TESTICULAR AMPLIFICATION AND IMPAIRED TRANSMISSION OF HUMAN BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE CDNA IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Human reproduction
    83. SHAPIRA M; SEIDMAN S; STERNFELD M; TIMBERG R; KAUFER D; PATRICK J; SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC ENGINEERING OF NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTIONS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS TRANSIENTLY OVEREXPRESSING KEY CHOLINERGIC PROTEINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    84. SOREQ H; PATINKIN D; LEVLEHMAN E; GRIFMAN M; GINZBERG D; ECKSTEIN F; ZAKUT H
      ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE INHIBITION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION INDUCES PROGENITOR-CELL EXPANSION AND SUPPRESSES HEMATOPOIETICAPOPTOSIS EX-VIVO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    85. LOEWENSTEIN Y; LIAO JT; NORGAARDPEDERSEN B; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      FASTER INHIBITION RATES OF NORMAL BUCHE AS COMPARED WITH ACHE AND THEATYPICAL BUCHE MUTANT PREDICT INDIVIDUAL VARIABILITIES IN RESPONSE ANTICHOLINESTERASE THERAPY

      Journal of neurochemistry
    86. PATINKIN D; LEVLEHMAN E; GRIFMAN M; GINZBERG D; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE INHIBITION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION PROMOTES STEM-CELL EXPANSION AND SUPPRESSES HEMATOPOIETIC APOPTOSIS EX-VIVO

      Journal of neurochemistry
    87. SEIDMAN S; STERNFELD M; BENAZIZALOYA R; SHAPIRA M; TIMBERG R; KAUFER D; SOREQ H
      ALTERNATIVE EXON E6 DIRECTS SYNAPTIC LOCALIZATION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTIONS OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    88. ANDRES C; BEERI R; LEVLEHMAN E; TIMBERG R; SHANI M; SOREQ H
      TRANSGENIC OVEREXPRESSION OF HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN MOUSE-BRAIN

      Journal of neurochemistry
    89. GRIFMAN M; LEVLEHMAN E; ELTAMER A; GINZBERG D; HARIN I; SOREQ H
      DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY OF HIPPOCAMPAL, STRIATAL AND SEPTAL RNAS FROM AF64A TREATED RATS REVEALS ALTERATIONS IN THE EXPRESSION OF G,C RICH TRANSCRIPTS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    90. KARPEL R; STERNFELD M; GINZBERG D; GUHL E; GRAESSMANN A; SOREQ H
      OVEREXPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE VARIANTS INDUCES MORPHOGENIC CHANGES IN RAT GLIOMA-CELLS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    91. SCHWARZ M; LOEWENSTEIN Y; GLICK D; LIAO J; NORGAARDPEDERSEN B; SOREQ H
      DISSECTION OF SUCCESSIVE ORGANOPHOSPHORUS INHIBITION AND OXIME REACTIVATION BY HUMAN CHOLINESTERASE VARIANTS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    92. STERNFELD M; RACHMILEWITZ J; TIMBERG R; BENARI S; EHRLICH G; SOREQ H; ZAKUT H
      EARLY PLACENTAL EXPRESSION OF BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE AND LOW INCIDENCEOF D70G BCHE IN PATIENTS WITH PREGNANCIES AT RISK SUGGEST SELECTION ADVANTAGE FOR ATYPICAL BCHE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    93. SEIDMAN S; BENAZIZALOYA R; TIMBERG R; LOEWENSTEIN Y; VELAN B; SHAFFERMAN A; LIAO J; NORGAARDPEDERSEN B; BRODBECK U; SOREQ H
      OVEREXPRESSED MONOMERIC HUMAN ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE INDUCES SUBTLE ULTRASTRUCTURAL MODIFICATIONS IN DEVELOPING NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTIONS OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    94. GNATT A; LOEWENSTEIN Y; YARON A; SCHWARZ M; SOREQ H
      SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS OF ACTIVE-SITE RESIDUES REVEALS PLASTICITY OF HUMAN BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE IN SUBSTRATE AND INHIBITOR INTERACTIONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    95. KARPEL R; BENAZIZALOYA R; STERNFELD M; EHRLICH G; GINZBERG D; TARRONI P; CLEMENTI F; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      EXPRESSION OF 3 ALTERNATIVE ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE MESSENGER-RNAS IN HUMAN TUMOR-CELL LINES OF DIFFERENT TISSUE ORIGINS

      Experimental cell research
    96. LEVLEHMAN E; ELTAMER A; YARON A; GRIFMAN M; GINZBERG D; HANIN I; SOREQ H
      CHOLINOTOXIC EFFECTS ON ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE GENE-EXPRESSION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH BRAIN-REGION SPECIFIC ALTERATIONS IN G,C-RICH TRANSCRIPTS

      Brain research
    97. PATINKIN D; LEVLEHMAN E; GINZBERG D; ZAKUT H; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      ANTISENSE ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROMOTES STEM-CELL EXPANSION AND SUPPRESSES HEMATOPOIETIC APOPTOSIS

      Blood
    98. PATINKIN D; EHRLICH G; ECKSTEIN F; SOREQ H
      MODULATION OF MURINE HEMATOPOIESIS BY ANTISENSE PHOSPHOROTHIOATE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES

      Experimental hematology
    99. LOEWENSTEIN Y; GNATT A; NEVILLE LF; ZAKUT H; SOREQ H
      STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIP STUDIES IN HUMAN CHOLINESTERASES REVEAL GENOMIC ORIGINS FOR INDIVIDUAL VARIATIONS IN CHOLINERGIC DRUG RESPONSES

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    100. SOREQ H
      MOLECULAR DISSECTION OF HUMAN ALTERNATIVE CHOLINESTERASE VARIANTS ANDTHEIR GENOMIC ORIGINS AND BIOLOGICAL ROLES

      Journal of neurochemistry


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