Publications

  • Savani Anbalagan; Ludmila Gordon; Janna Blechman et_al. (2018). Pituicyte Cues Regulate the Development of Permeable Neuro-Vascular Interfaces.  Developmental Cell. 47:(6)711-726.e5.  Abstract
  • Janna Blechman; Savani Anbalagan; Gary G. Matthews; Gil Levkowitz (2018). Genome editing reveals idiosyncrasy of CNGA2 ion channel-directed antibody immunoreactivity toward oxytocin.  Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 6:(SEP)  Abstract
  • Dvir Gur; Jan-David Nicolas; Vlad Brumfeld; Omri Bar-Elli; Dan Oron; Gil Levkowitz (2018). The Dual Functional Reflecting Iris of the Zebrafish.  Advanced Science. 5:(8)  Abstract
  • Mike Ludwig; Gil Levkowitz (2018). Model animals in neuroendocrinology : from worm to mouse to man.  .
  • Jakob Biran; Janna Blechman; Einav Wircer; Gil Levkowitz (2018). Development and Function of the Zebrafish Neuroendocrine System.  Model Animals in Neuroendocrinology. 101-131.  Abstract
  • Michael Gliksberg; Gil Levkowitz (2017). Smells Familiar: Pheromone-Induced Neurotransmitter Switching Mediates Social Discrimination.  Neuron. 95:(6)1229-1231.  Abstract
  • Einav Wircer; Janna Blechman; Nataliya Borodovsky; Michael Tsoory; Ana Rita Nunes; Rui F. Oliviera; Gil Levkowitz (2017). Homeodomain protein Otp affects developmental neuropeptide switching in oxytocin neurons associated with along-term effect on social behavior.  eLife. 6.  Abstract
  • Janna Blechman; Gil Levkowitz; Yoav Gothilf (2017). The not-so-long history of zebrafish research in Israel.  International Journal of Developmental Biology. 61:(3-5)149-157.  Abstract
  • Jakob Biran; Gil Levkowitz (2016). Zebrafish Reel in Phenotypic Suppressors of Autism.  Neuron. 89:(4)673-675.  Abstract
  • Einav Wircer; Shifra Ben-Dor; Gil Levkowitz (2016). Non-Mammalian Models for Neurohypophysial Peptides.  Molecular Neuroendocrinology. 301-328.  Abstract
  • Jakob Biran; Maayan Tahor; Einav Wircer; Gil Levkowitz (2015). Role of developmental factors in hypothalamic function.  Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 9.  Abstract
  • Janna Blechman; Gil Levkowitz (2013). Alternative Splicing of the Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide Receptor PAC1: Mechanisms of Fine Tuning of Brain Activity.  Frontiers in Endocrinology. 4.  Abstract
  • Amos Gutnick; Gil Levkowitz; Mike Ludwig (2012). The Neurohypophysis: Fishing for New Insights.  Journal of Neuroendocrinology. 24:(6)973-974.  Abstract
  • Liat Amir-Zilberstein; Janna Blechman; Yehezkel Sztainberg et_al. (2012). Homeodomain Protein Otp and Activity-Dependent Splicing Modulate Neuronal Adaptation to Stress.  Neuron. 73:(2)279-291.  Abstract
  • Amos Gutnick; Janna Blechman; Jan Kaslin; Lukas Herwig; Heinz-Georg Belting; Markus Affolter; Joshua L. Bonkowsky; Gil Levkowitz (2011). The Hypothalamic Neuropeptide Oxytocin Is Required for Formation of the Neurovascular Interface of the Pituitary.  Developmental Cell. 21:(4)642-654.  Abstract
  • Janna Blechman; Liat Amir-Zilberstein; Amos Gutnick; Shifra Ben-Dor; Gil Levkowitz (2011). The Metabolic Regulator PGC-1 alpha Directly Controls the Expression of the Hypothalamic Neuropeptide Oxytocin.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(42)14835-14840.  Abstract
  • Yossy Machluf; Amos Gutnick; Gil Levkowitz (2011). Development of the zebrafish hypothalamus.  Trends In Neuroendocrinology. 1220:93-105.  Abstract
  • Yossy Machluf; Gil Levkowitz (2011). Visualization of mRNA Expression in the Zebrafish Embryo.  Rna Detection And Visualization: Methods And Protocols. 83-102.  Abstract
  • Ori Palevitch; Eytan Abraham; Nataliya Borodovsky; Gil Levkowitz; Yonathan Zohar; Yoav Gothilf (2010). Cxcl12a-Cxcr4b signaling is important for proper development of the forebrain GnRH system in zebrafish.  General and Comparative Endocrinology. 165:(2)262-268.  Abstract
  • Niva Russek-Blum; Helit Nabel-Rosen; Gil Levkowitz (2010). Two-Photon-Based Photoactivation in Live Zebrafish Embryos.  Journal of Visualized Experiments. (46)e1902.  Abstract
  • Niva Russek-Blum; Helit Nabel-Rosen; Gil Levkowitz (2009). High Resolution Fate Map of the Zebrafish Diencephalon.  Developmental Dynamics. 238:(7)1827-1835.  Abstract
  • Nataliya Borodovsky; Tatyana Ponomaryov; Shani Frenkel; Gil Levkowitz (2009). Neural Protein Olig2 Acts Upstream of the Transcriptional Regulator Sim1 to Specify Diencephalic Dopaminergic Neurons.  Developmental Dynamics. 238:(4)826-834.  Abstract
  • Ori Palevitch; Eytan Abraham; Natalya Borodovsky; Gil Levkowitz; Yonathan Zohar; Yoav Gothilf (2009). Nasal Embryonic LHRH Factor Plays a Role in the Developmental Migration and Projection of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone 3 Neurons in Zebrafish.  Developmental Dynamics. 238:(1)66-75.  Abstract
  • Niva Russek-Blum; Amos Gutnick; Helit Nabel-Rosen; Janna Blechman; Nicole Staudt; Richard I. Dorsky; Corinne Houart; Gil Levkowitz (2008). Dopaminergic neuronal cluster size is determined during early forebrain patterning.  Development. 135:(20)3401-3413.  Abstract
  • Janna Blechman; Nataliya Borodovsky; Mark Eisenberg; Helit Nabel-Rosen; Jan Grimm; Gil Levkowitz (2007). Specification of hypothalamic neurons by dual regulation of the homeodomain protein Orthopedia.  Development. 134:(24)4417-4426.  Abstract
  • DM Wilcock; A Rojiani; A Rosenthal et_al. (2004). Passive amyloid immunotherapy clears amyloid and transiently activates microglia in a transgenic mouse model of amyloid deposition.  Journal of Neuroscience. 24:(27)6144-6151.  Abstract
  • G Levkowitz; J Zeller; HI Sirotkin; D French; S Schilbach; H Hashimoto; M Hibi; WS Talbot; A Rosenthal (2003). Zinc finger protein too few controls the development of monoaminergic neurons.  Nature Neuroscience. 6:(1)28-33.  Abstract
  • Gil Levkowitz; S Oved; LN Klapper; Daniel Harari; Sara Lavi; M Sela; Yosef Yarden (2000). c-Cbl is a suppressor of the Neu oncogene.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 275:(45)35532-35539.  Abstract
  • Gil Levkowitz; H Waterman; SA Ettenberg et_al. (1999). Ubiquitin ligase activity and tyrosine phosphorylation underlie suppression of growth factor signaling by c-Cbl/Sli-1.  Molecular Cell. 4:(6)1029-1040.  Abstract
  • H Waterman; Gil Levkowitz; I Alroy; Yosef Yarden (1999). The RING finger of c-Cbl mediates desensitization of the epidermal growth factor receptor.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 274:(32)22151-22154.  Abstract
  • Gil Levkowitz; H Waterman; E Zamir; Zvi Kam; S Oved; WY Langdon; L Beguinot; Benjamin Geiger; Yosef Yarden (1998). c-Cbl/Sli-1 regulates endocytic sorting and ubiquitination of the epidermal growth factor receptor.  GENES & DEVELOPMENT. 12:(23)3663-3674.  Abstract
  • E Tzahar; JD Moyer; H Waterman et_al. (1998). Pathogenic poxviruses reveal viral strategies to exploit the ErbB signaling network.  EMBO Journal. 17:(20)5948-5963.  Abstract
  • R PinkasKramarski; R Eilam; I Alroy; Gil Levkowitz; P Lonai; Yosef Yarden (1997). Differential expression of NDF/neuregulin receptors ErbB-3 and ErbB-4 and involvement in inhibition of neuronal differentiation.  Oncogene. 15:(23)2803-2815.  Abstract
  • E Tzahar; R PinkasKramarski; JD Moyer et_al. (1997). Bivalence of EGF-like ligands drives the ErbB signaling network.  EMBO Journal. 16:(16)4938-4950.  Abstract
  • E Tzahar; H Waterman; XM Chen; Gil Levkowitz; D Karunagaran; Sara Lavi; BJ Ratzkin; Yosef Yarden (1996). A hierarchical network of interreceptor interactions determines signal transduction by neu differentiation factor/neuregulin and epidermal growth factor.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 16:(10)5276-5287.  Abstract
  • R PinkasKramarski; L Soussan; H Waterman et_al. (1996). Diversification of Neu differentiation factor and epidermal growth factor signaling by combinatorial receptor interactions.  EMBO Journal. 15:(10)2452-2467.  Abstract
  • Gil Levkowitz; LN Klapper; E Tzahar; A Freywald; M Sela; Yosef Yarden (1996). Coupling of the c-Cbl protooncogene product to ErbB-1/EGF-receptor but not to other ErbB proteins.  Oncogene. 12:(5)1117-1125.  Abstract
  • XM Chen; Gil Levkowitz; E Tzahar et_al. (1996). An immunological approach reveals biological differences between the two NDF/heregulin receptors, ErbB-3 and ErbB4.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 271:(13)7620-7629.  Abstract
  • Z DONG; A BRENNAN; N LIU; Yosef Yarden; Gil Levkowitz; R MIRSKY; KR JESSEN (1995). NEU DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR IS A NEURON-GLIA SIGNAL AND REGULATES SURVIVAL, PROLIFERATION, AND MATURATION OF RAT SCHWANN-CELL PRECURSORS.  Neuron. 15:(3)585-596.  Abstract
  • E TZAHAR; Gil Levkowitz; D KARUNAGARAN et_al. (1994). ErbB-3 and ErbB-4 function as the respective low and high affinity receptors of all Neu differentiation factor/heregulin isoforms.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 269:(40)25226-25233.  Abstract
  • Y BERKOFLINT; G LEVKOWITZ; L VARDIMON (1994). INVOLVEMENT OF C-JUN IN THE CONTROL OF GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY DURING DEVELOPMENT OF CHICKEN RETINAL TISSUE.  EMBO Journal. 13:(3)646-654.  Abstract