Yael heifetz

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Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
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Heifetz Y, Wolfner MF. (2019) Editorial overview: Networks, phase transitions, sociality, and reproduction: Inter-insect interactions that change molecular physiological state. Current Opinion in Insect Science. 35: vii-ix
Heifetz Y, Wolfner MF. (2015) Neuronal nitric oxide synthase in the lower reproductive tract of female Drosophila. Molecular Reproduction and Development. 82: 265
Heifetz Y, Wolfner MF. (2014) Mating‐regulates reproductive‐tract neuromodulators in Drosophila Molecular Reproduction and Development. 81: 567
Heifetz Y, Lindner M, Garini Y, et al. (2014) Mating regulates neuromodulator ensembles at nerve termini innervating the Drosophila reproductive tract. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 731-7
Carmel I, Shomron N, Heifetz Y. (2012) Does base-pairing strength play a role in microRNA repression? Rna (New York, N.Y.). 18: 1947-56
Kapelnikov A, Rivlin PK, Hoy RR, et al. (2008) Tissue remodeling: a mating-induced differentiation program for the Drosophila oviduct. Bmc Developmental Biology. 8: 114
Kapelnikov A, Zelinger E, Gottlieb Y, et al. (2008) Mating induces an immune response and developmental switch in the Drosophila oviduct. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 13912-7
Pilpel N, Nezer I, Applebaum SW, et al. (2008) Mating-increases trypsin in female Drosophila hemolymph. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 38: 320-30
Mack PD, Kapelnikov A, Heifetz Y, et al. (2006) Mating-responsive genes in reproductive tissues of female Drosophila melanogaster. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 10358-63
Heifetz Y, Vandenberg LN, Cohn HI, et al. (2005) Two cleavage products of the Drosophila accessory gland protein ovulin can independently induce ovulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 743-8
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