Adi Salzberg

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Avetisyan A, Glatt Y, Cohen M, et al. (2021) and constitute a gene regulatory network essential for the development of functional proprioceptors. Elife. 10
Kushnir T, Bar-Cohen S, Mooshayef N, et al. (2019) An Activating Mutation in ERK Causes Hyperplastic Tumors in a Mutant Tissue in . Genetics
Rosen H, Sharf R, Pechkovsky A, et al. (2019) Selective elimination of cancer cells by the adenovirus E4orf4 protein in a Drosophila cancer model: a new paradigm for cancer therapy. Cell Death & Disease. 10: 455
Hassan A, Sapir L, Nitsan I, et al. (2019) A Change in ECM Composition Affects Sensory Organ Mechanics and Function. Cell Reports. 27: 2272-2280.e4
Avetisyan A, Salzberg A. (2019) Accurate elimination of superfluous attachment cells is critical for the construction of functional multicellular proprioceptors in Drosophila. Cell Death and Differentiation
Hassan A, Timerman Y, Hamdan R, et al. (2018) An RNAi Screen Identifies New Genes Required for Normal Morphogenesis of Larval Chordotonal Organs. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Greenblatt Ben-El RT, Hassan A, Salzberg A. (2017) Loss of thrombospondin reveals a possible role for the extracellular matrix in chordotonal cap cell elongation. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 61: 311-318
Hasson P, Volk T, Salzberg A. (2017) Building functional units of movement-generation and movement-sensation in the embryo. The International Journal of Developmental Biology. 61: 171-178
Kruzel-Davila E, Shemer R, Ofir A, et al. (2016) APOL1-Mediated Cell Injury Involves Disruption of Conserved Trafficking Processes. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : Jasn
Halachmi N, Nachman A, Salzberg A. (2016) A newly identified type of attachment cell is critical for normal patterning of chordotonal neurons. Developmental Biology
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