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Authors: Soreq, H Seidman, S
Citation: H. Soreq et S. Seidman, Acetylcholinesterase - New roles for an old actor (vol 2, pg 294, 2001), NAT REV NEU, 2(9), 2001, pp. 670-670

Authors: Soreq, H Seidman, S
Citation: H. Soreq et S. Seidman, Acetylcholinesterase - new roles for an old actor, NAT REV NEU, 2(4), 2001, pp. 294-302

Authors: Galyam, N Grisaru, D Grifman, M Melamed-Book, N Eckstein, F Seidman, S Eldor, A Soreq, H
Citation: N. Galyam et al., Complex host cell responses to antisense suppression of ACHE gene expression, ANTISENSE N, 11(1), 2001, pp. 51-57

Authors: 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
Citation: D. Grisaru et al., ARP, a peptide derived from the stress-associated acetylcholinesterase variant, has hematopoietic growth promoting activities, MOL MED, 7(2), 2001, pp. 93-105

Authors: Shapira, M Thompson, CK Soreq, H Robinson, GE
Citation: M. Shapira et al., Changes in neuronal acetylcholinesterase gene expression and division of labor in honey bee colonies, J MOL NEURO, 17(1), 2001, pp. 1-12

Authors: Perry, C Soreq, H
Citation: C. Perry et H. Soreq, The leukemic effect of anticholinesterases, LEUK RES, 25(11), 2001, pp. 1027-1028

Authors: Erb, C Troost, J Kopf, S Schmitt, U Loffelholz, K Soreq, H Klein, J
Citation: C. Erb et al., Compensatory mechanisms enhance hippocampal acetylcholine release in transgenic mice expressing human acetylcholinesterase, J NEUROCHEM, 77(2), 2001, pp. 638-646

Authors: Mor, TS Sternfeld, M Soreq, H Arntzen, CJ Mason, HS
Citation: Ts. Mor et al., Expression of recombinant human acetylcholinesterase in transgenic tomato plants, BIOTECH BIO, 75(3), 2001, pp. 259-266

Authors: Soreq, H Kaufer, D Friedman, A Glick, D
Citation: H. Soreq et al., Blood-brain barrier modulations and low-level exposure to xenobiotics, CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS: TOXICITY AT LOW LEVELS, 2001, pp. 121-144

Authors: Soreq, H Seidman, S
Citation: H. Soreq et S. Seidman, Anti-sense approach to anticholinesterase therapeutics, ISR MED ASS, 2, 2000, pp. 81-85

Authors: Shapira, M Grant, A Korner, M Soreq, H
Citation: M. Shapira et al., Genomic and transcriptional characterization of the human ACHE locus: Complex involvement with acquired and inherited diseases, ISR MED ASS, 2(6), 2000, pp. 470-473

Authors: Itskovitz-Eldor, J Schuldiner, M Karsenti, D Eden, A Yanuka, O Amit, M Soreq, H Benvenisty, N
Citation: J. Itskovitz-eldor et al., Differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into embryoid bodies comprising the three embryonic germ layers, MOL MED, 6(2), 2000, pp. 88-95

Authors: Shapira, M Tur-Kaspa, I Bosgraaf, L Livni, N Grant, AD Grisaru, D Korner, M Ebstein, RP Soreq, H
Citation: M. Shapira et al., A transcription-activating polymorphism in the ACHE promoter associated with acute sensitivity to anti-acetylcholinesterases, HUM MOL GEN, 9(9), 2000, pp. 1273-1281

Authors: Shohami, E Kaufer, D Chen, Y Seidman, S Cohen, O Ginzberg, D Melamed-Book, N Yirmiya, R Soreq, H
Citation: E. Shohami et al., Antisense prevention of neuronal damages following head injury in mice, J MOL MED-J, 78(4), 2000, pp. 228-236

Authors: Lev-Lehman, E Evron, T Broide, RS Meshorer, E Ariel, I Seidman, S Soreq, H
Citation: E. Lev-lehman et al., Synaptogenesis and myopathy under acetylcholinesterase overexpression, J MOL NEURO, 14(1-2), 2000, pp. 93-105

Authors: Sternfeld, M Shoham, S Klein, O Flores-Flores, C Evron, T Idelson, GH Kitsberg, D Patrick, JW Soreq, H
Citation: M. Sternfeld et al., Excess "read-through" acetylcholinesterase attenuates but the "synaptic'" variant intensifies neurodeterioration correlates, P NAS US, 97(15), 2000, pp. 8647-8652

Authors: 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
Citation: E. Perry et al., Nicotinic receptor subtypes in human brain ageing, Alzheimer and Lewy bodydiseases, EUR J PHARM, 393(1-3), 2000, pp. 215-222

Authors: Kaufer, D Soreq, H
Citation: D. Kaufer et H. Soreq, Tracking cholinergic pathways from psychological and chemical stressors tovariable neurodeterioration paradigms, CURR OP NEU, 12(6), 1999, pp. 739-743

Authors: Seidman, S Eckstein, F Grifman, M Soreq, H
Citation: S. Seidman et al., Antisense technologies have a future fighting neurodegenerative diseases, ANTISENSE N, 9(4), 1999, pp. 333-340

Authors: Salmon, AY Goren, Z Avissar, Y Soreq, H
Citation: Ay. Salmon et al., Human erythrocyte but not brain acetylcholinesterase hydrolyses heroin to morphine, CLIN EXP PH, 26(8), 1999, pp. 596-600

Authors: Grisaru, D Lev-Lehman, E Shapira, M Chaikin, E Lessing, JB Eldor, A Eckstein, F Soreq, H
Citation: D. Grisaru et al., Human osteogenesis involves differentiation-dependent increases in the morphogenically active 3 ' alternative splicing variant of acetylcholinesterase, MOL CELL B, 19(1), 1999, pp. 788-795

Authors: Broide, RS Grifman, M Loewenstein, A Grisaru, D Timberg, R Stone, J Shani, M Patrick, JW Soreq, H
Citation: Rs. Broide et al., Manipulations of ACHE gene expression suggest non-catalytic involvement ofacetylcholinesterase in the functioning of mammalian photoreceptors but not in retinal degeneration, MOL BRAIN R, 71(2), 1999, pp. 137-148

Authors: Grisaru, D Sternfeld, M Eldor, A Glick, D Soreq, H
Citation: D. Grisaru et al., Structural roles of acetylcholinesterase variants in biology and pathology, EUR J BIOCH, 264(3), 1999, pp. 672-686

Authors: Kaufer, D Friedman, A Seidman, S Soreq, H
Citation: D. Kaufer et al., Anticholinesterases induce multigenic transcriptional feedback response suppressing cholinergic neurotransmission, CHEM-BIO IN, 120, 1999, pp. 349-360

Authors: Shapira, M Seidman, S Livni, N Soreq, H
Citation: M. Shapira et al., In vivo and in vitro resistance to multiple anticholinesterases in Xenopuslaevis tadpoles, TOX LETT, 103, 1998, pp. 205-209
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