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  • Prof.  Joel Yisraeli
Prof  Joel Yisraeli
Selected Awards​
Morely Greenblatt Professorship for Cancer Research and Experimental Medicine 
Selected PublicationsCarmel, M.S., Kahane, N., Oberman, F., Miloslavski, R., Sela-Donenfeld, D., Kalcheim, C., and Yisraeli, JK. (2015). A Novel Role for VICKZ Proteins in Maintaining Epithelial Integrity during Embryogenesis. PloS One 10, e0136408.
Maizels, Y., Oberman, F., Miloslavski, R., Ginzach, N., Berman, M., and Yisraeli, JK. (2015). Localization of cofilin mRNA to the leading edge of migrating cells promotes directed cell migration. J. Cell Sci., 128, 1922-33.
Davidson, B, Rosenfeld, YBZ, Holth, A, Hellesylt, E, Trope, CG, Reich, R, Yisraeli, JK. (2014). VICKZ2 protein expression in ovarian serous carcinoma effusions is associated with poor survival. Human Pathology, 45, 1520-28.
Kalous, A, Stake, JI, Yisraeli, JK, Holt, CE. (2014). RNA binding protein Vg1RBP regulates terminal arbor formation but not long-range axon navigation in the developing visual system. Dev. Neurobiol, 74, 303-18.
Vainer, G., Vainer-Mossel, E., Pikarsky, A., Shenoy, S. M., Oberman, F., Yeffet, A., Singer, R. H., Pikarsky, E., and Yisraeli, JK. (2008). A role for VICKZ proteins in the progression of colorectal carcinomas: Regulating lamellipodia formation. J Pathol 215, 445-456.
Oberman, F., Rand, K., Maizels, Y., Rubinstein, AM, and Yisraeli, JK. (2007). VICKZ proteins mediate cell migration via their RNA binding activity. RNA 13, 1558-1569.
Rand, K. and Yisraeli, JK. (2007). Vg1 RNA localization in oocytes in the absence of xVICKZ3 RNA binding activity. Differentiation 75, 566-574.
Natkunam, Y., Vainer, G., Chen, J., Zhao, S., Marinelli, R.J., Hammer, A.S., Hamilton-Dutoit, S., Pikarsky, E., Amir, G., Levy, R., Yisraeli, JK, and Lossos, I.S. (2007) Expression of Germinal Center-Specific RNA-Binding Protein-VICKZ in Lymphoid Tissues and Neoplasms. Haematologica/The Hematology Journal, 92, 176-183.
Yisraeli, JK. (2005). VICKZ proteins: a multi-talented family of regulatory RNA-binding proteins. Biol.Cell 97, 87-96.
Yaniv, K., Fainsod, A., Kalcheim, C., and Yisraeli, JK. (2003). The RNA-binding protein Vg1 RBP is required for cell migration during early neural development. Development 130, 5649-5661.
Yaniv, K., and Yisraeli, J K. (2002). The involvement of a conserved family of RNA binding proteins in embryonic development and carcinogenesis. Gene 27, 49-54.
Yaniv, K. and Yisraeli, JK. (2001). Defining cis-acting elements and trans-acting factors in RNA localization. International Review of Cytology 203, 521-539.
Epstein, E., Sela-Brown, A., Ringel, I., Kilav, R., King, S.M., Benashski, S. E., Barbarese, E.,. Yisraeli, JK, Silver, J., Naveh-Many, T. (2000). Dynein light chain (Mr 8000) binds the parathyroid hormone mRNA 3'-Untranslated Region and mediates its association with microtubules. J Clin Invest. 105, 505-512.
Havin, L., Git, A., Elisha, Z., Oberman, F., Yaniv, K., Schwartz, S.P., Standart, N., and Yisraeli, JK. (1998). RNA binding protein conserved in both microtubule and microfilament-based RNA localization. Genes and Devl. 12, 1593-1598.
Elisha, Z., Havin, L., Ringel, I., and Yisraeli, JK. (1995). Vg1 RNA binding protein mediates the association of Vg1 RNA with microtubules in Xenopus oocytes. EMBO J. 14, 5109-5114, 1995.
Schwartz, S. P., Aisenthal, L., Elisha, Z., Oberman, F., and Yisraeli, JK. (1992) A 69 kDa RNA binding protein from Xenopus oocytes recognizes a common motif in two vegetally localized maternal mRNAs. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 11895-11899.
Yisraeli, J K., Sokol, S., & Melton, D. A. (1990). A two-step model for the localization of a maternal mRNA in Xenopus oocytes: Involvement of microtubules and microfilaments in translocation and anchoring of Vg1 mRNA. Development 108, 289-298.
Yisraeli, JK. and Melton, D.A. (1989). Synthesis of long, capped transcripts in vitro by SP6 and T7 RNA polymerases. Methods in Enzymology, 180, 42-50.
Yisraeli, JK. and Melton, D.A. (1988). The maternal mRNA Vg1 is correctly localized following injection into Xenopus oocytes. Nature 336, 592-595.
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