Publications

2019

  1. Tamar Sapir; Michal Segal; Gayane Grigoryan; Karin M. Hansson; Peter James; Menahem Segal; Orly Reiner (2019). The Interactome of Palmitoyl-Protein Thioesterase 1 (PPT1) Affects Neuronal Morphology and Function.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 13.  Abstract
  2. Susana M. Chan; Tamar Sapir; Sung-Soo Park; Jean-Francois Rual; Rafael Contreras-Galindo; Orly Reiner; David M. Markovitz (2019). The HERV-K accessory protein Np9 controls viability and migration of teratocarcinoma cells.  PLoS One. 14:(2)  Abstract

2018

  1. Tamar Sapir; Talia Levy; Noga Kozer; Irina Shin; Vanessa Zamor; Rebecca Haffner-Krausz; Jane C. McGlade; Orly Reiner (2018). Notch Activation by Shootin1 Opposing Activities on 2 Ubiquitin Ligases.  Cerebral Cortex. 28:(9)3115-3128.  Abstract
  2. Ana Uzquiano; Ivan Gladwyn-Ng; Laurent Nguyen; Orly Reiner; Magdalena Goetz; Fumio Matsuzaki; Fiona Francis (2018). Cortical progenitor biology: key features mediating proliferation versus differentiation.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 146:(5)500-525.  Abstract
  3. Eyal Karzbrun; Aditya Kshirsagar; Sidney R. Cohen; Jacob H. Hanna; Orly Reiner (2018). Human brain organoids on a chip reveal the physics of folding.  Nature Physics. 14:(5)515-+.  Abstract
  4. Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir; Lihi Ben-Reuven; Orly Reiner (2018). Complement C3 Affects Rac1 Activity in the Developing Brain.  Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 11.  Abstract
  5. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2018). A Coated Sponge: Toward Neonatal Brain Repair.  Cell Stem Cell. 22:(1)3-4.  Abstract

2017

  1. Orly Reiner; E. Kazbrun; Snir Cohen (2017). Wrinkling of human brain organoids on a chip driven by mechanical instabilities.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 142:46-46.  Abstract
  2. Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir; Trent M. Woodruff; Orly Reiner (2017). Serping1/C1 Inhibitor Affects Cortical Development in a Cell Autonomous and Non-cell Autonomous Manner.  FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE Hide journal information. 11.  Abstract
  3. Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir; Rebecca Haffner-Krausz; Tsviya Olender; Trent M. Woodruff; Orly Reiner (2017). Developmental activities of the complement pathway in migrating neurons.  Nature Communications. 8.  Abstract
  4. Salto, Michal Segal Salto; Karin Hansson; Tamar Sapir; Anna Kaplan; Talia Levy; Michaela Schweizer; Michael Frotscher; Peter James; Orly Reiner (2017). Proteomics insights into infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (CLN1) point to the involvement of cilia pathology in the disease.  Human Molecular Genetics. 26:(9)1678-1693.

2016

  1. Lihi Ben-Reuven; Orly Reiner (2016). Modeling the autistic cell: iPSCs recapitulate developmental principles of syndromic and nonsyndromic ASD.  DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION. 58:(5)481-91.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Eyal Karzbrun; Aditya Kshirsagar; Kozo Kaibuchi (2016). Regulation of neuronal migration, an emerging topic in autism spectrum disorders.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 136:(3)440-456.  Abstract
  3. Salto, Michal Segal Salto; Tamar Sapir; Orly Reiner (2016). Reversible Cysteine Acylation Regulates the Activity of Human Palmitoyl-Protein Thioesterase 1 (PPT1).  PLoS One. 11:(1)e0146466-e0146466.  Abstract

2015

  1. Raanan Greenman; Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir et_al. (2015). Non-cell autonomous and non-catalytic activities of ATX in the developing brain.  Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9.  Abstract
  2. Hadar Vinograd-Byk; Tamar Sapir; Lara Cantarero et_al. (2015). The Spinal Muscular Atrophy with Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia Gene VRK1 Regulates Neuronal Migration through an Amyloid-beta Precursor Protein-Dependent Mechanism.  Journal of Neuroscience. 35:(3)936-942.  Abstract

2014

  1. Pengfei Liu; Anna Kaplan; Bo Yuan; Jacob H. Hanna; James R. Lupski; Orly Reiner (2014). Passage Number is a Major Contributor to Genomic Structural Variations in Mouse iPSCs.  Stem Cells. 32:(10)2657-2667.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir (2014). Radial neuronal migration modulation by the complement cascade.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 130:14-14.  Abstract
  3. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2014). Mark/Par-1 Marking the Polarity of Migrating Neurons.  CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR CONTROL OF NEURONAL MIGRATION. 97-111.  Abstract

2013

  1. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2013). LIS1 functions in normal development and disease.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 23:(6)951-956.  Abstract
  2. Tamar Sapir; Talia Levy; Akira Sakakibara; Aharon Rabinkov; Takaki Miyata; Orly Reiner (2013). Shootin1 Acts in Concert with KIF20B to Promote Polarization of Migrating Neurons.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(29)11932-11948.  Abstract
  3. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir; Talia Levy (2013). Shootin1 acts in concert with Kif20b to promote polarization of migrating neurons.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 125:49-49.  Abstract
  4. Gabi Gerlitz; Orly Reiner; Michael Bustin (2013). Microtubule dynamics alter the interphase nucleus.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 70:(7)1255-1268.  Abstract

2012

  1. Richard M. Page; Anna Muench; Thomas Horn et_al. (2012). Loss of PAFAH1B2 Reduces Amyloid-beta Generation by Promoting the Degradation of Amyloid Precursor Protein C-Terminal Fragments.  Journal of Neuroscience. 32:(50)18204-18214.  Abstract
  2. Anna Gorelik; Orly Reiner (2012). The role of the complement pathway in neuronal migration in the developing brain.  Immunobiology. 217:(11)1212-1212.  Abstract
  3. Tamar Sapir; Michael Frotscher; Talia Levy; Eva-Maria Mandelkow; Orly Reiner (2012). Taus role in the developing brain: implications for intellectual disability.  Human Molecular Genetics. 21:(8)1681-1692.  Abstract
  4. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir; Gabi Gerlitz (2012). Interkinetic Nuclear Movement in the Ventricular Zone of the Cortex.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 46:(3)516-526.  Abstract
  5. Sheyla Mejia-Gervacio; Kerren Murray; Tamar Sapir; Richard Belvindrah; Orly Reiner; Pierre-Marie Lledo (2012). MARK2/Par-1 guides the directionality of neuroblasts migrating to the olfactory bulb.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 49:(2)97-103.  Abstract

2011

  1. Anna Kaplan; Orly Reiner (2011). Linking cytoplasmic dynein and transport of Rab8 vesicles to the midbody during cytokinesis by the doublecortin domain-containing 5 protein.  Journal of Cell Science. 124:(23)3989-4000.  Abstract
  2. Tokiwa Yamasaki; Hiroshi Kawasaki; Satoko Arakawa et_al. (2011). Stress-Activated Protein Kinase MKK7 Regulates Axon Elongation in the Developing Cerebral Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(46)16872-16883.  Abstract

2010

  1. Parizad M. Bilimoria; la Torre-Ubieta, Luis de la Torre-Ubieta; Yoshiho Ikeuchi; Esther B. E. Becker; Orly Reiner; Azad Bonni (2010). A JIP3-Regulated GSK3 beta/DCX Signaling Pathway Restricts Axon Branching.  Journal of Neuroscience. 30:(50)16766-16776.  Abstract
  2. Idit Livnat; Danit Finkelshtein; Indraneel Ghosh; Hiroyuki Arai; Orly Reiner (2010). PAF-AH catalytic subunits modulate the Wnt pathway in developing GABAergic neurons.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 4.  Abstract
  3. Anat Shmueli; Michal Segal; Tamar Sapir et_al. (2010). Ndel1 palmitoylation: a new mean to regulate cytoplasmic dynein activity.  EMBO Journal. 29:(1)107-119.  Abstract

2009

  1. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2009). Polarity Regulation in Migrating Neurons in the Cortex.  Molecular Neurobiology. 40:(1)1-14.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Anat Shmueli; Tamar Sapir (2009). Neuronal Migration and Neurodegeneration: 2 Sides of the Same Coin.  Cerebral Cortex. 19:I42-I48.  Abstract

2008

  1. Anna Gorelik; Tamar Sapir; Orly Reiner (2008). GENE TRAPPING: AN ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT APPROACH FOR VERIFYING INTEGRATION IN YOUR FAVORITE GENE.  Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters. 13:(4)614-620.  Abstract
  2. Tamar Sapir; Anat Shmueli; Talia Levy; Thomas Timm; Michael Elbaum; Eva-Maria Mandelkow; Orly Reiner (2008). Antagonistic Effects of Doublecortin and MARK2/Par-1 in the Developing Cerebral Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 28:(48)13008-13013.  Abstract
  3. Tamar Sapir; Sivan Sapoznik; Talia Levy; Danit Finkelshtein; Anat Shmueli; Thomas Timm; Eva-Maria Mandelkow; Orly Reiner (2008). Accurate balance of the polarity kinase MARK2/Par-1 is required for proper cortical neuronal migration.  Journal of Neuroscience. 28:(22)5710-5720.  Abstract
  4. Dror Cohen; Menahem Segal; Orly Reiner (2008). Doublecortin supports the development of dendritic arbors in primary hippocampal neurons.  Developmental Neuroscience. 30:(3-Jan)187-199.  Abstract

2007

  1. Gabi Gerlitz; Idit Livnat; Carmit Ziv; Oded Yarden; Michael Bustin; Orly Reiner (2007). Migration cues induce chromatin alterations.  Traffic. 8:(11)1521-1529.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir; Stav Sapoznik; Anna Gorelik; Talia Levy; T. Timm; E. M. Mandelkow (2007). Novel roles of the polarity kinase MARK2/Par-1 in migrating cortical neurons.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 102:241-241.  Abstract
  3. Tamar Sapir; Stav Sapoznik; Anna Gorelik; T. Levi; T. Timm; E. M. Mandelkow; Orly Reiner (2007). Novel roles of the polarity kinase MARK2/Par-1 in migrating cortical neurons.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 102:254-254.  Abstract
  4. Lourdes Valdes-Sanchez; Teresa Escamez; Diego Echevarria; Juan J. Ballesta; Rafael Tabares-Seisdedos; Orly Reiner; Salvador Martinez; Emilio Geijo-Barrientos (2007). Postnatal alterations of the inhibitory synaptic responses recorded from cortical pyramidal neurons in the Lis1/sLis1 mutant mouse.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 35:(2)220-229.  Abstract

2006

  1. Orly Reiner (2006). Deciphering the roadmap to the cerebral cortex.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 98:38-38.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Frederic M. Coquelle; Bastian Peter et_al. (2006). The evolving doublecortin (DCX) superfamily.  BMC Genomics. 7.  Abstract
  3. FM Coquelle; Talia Levy; S Bergmann et_al. (2006). Common and divergent roles for members of the mouse DCX superfamily.  Cell Cycle. 5:(9)976-983.  Abstract
  4. A Shmueli; Amos Gdalyahu; Stav Sapoznik; Tamar Sapir; M Tsukada; Orly Reiner (2006). Site-specific dephosphorylation of doublecortin (DCX) by protein phosphatase 1 (PP1).  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 32:(2-Jan)15-26.  Abstract
  5. Orly Reiner (2006). Microtubule dynamics and tip complexes.  European Journal of Cell Biology. 85:124-124.  Abstract
  6. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2006). Cdk5 checks p27(kip1) in neuronal migration.  Nature Cell Biology. 8:(1)11-13.
  7. TZ Shu; HC Tseng; Tamar Sapir et_al. (2006). Doublecortin-like kinase controls neurogenesis by regulating mitotic spindles and M phase progression.  Neuron. 49:(1)25-39.  Abstract
  8. R Tabares-Seisdedos; T Escamez; JA Martinez-Gimenez et_al. (2006). Variations in genes regulating neuronal migration predict reduced prefrontal cognition in schizophrenia and bipolar subjects from mediterranean Spain: A preliminary study.  Neuroscience. 139:(4)1289-1300.  Abstract
  9. Orly Reiner; Sivan Sapoznik; Tamar Sapir (2006). Lissencephaly 1 linking to multiple diseases - Mental retardation, neurodegeneration, schizophrenia, male sterility, and more.  NeuroMolecular Medicine. 8:(4)547-565.  Abstract

2005

  1. Gabriel Gerlitz; E Darhin; G Giorgio; B Franco; Orly Reiner (2005). Novel functional features of the Lis-H domain - Role in protein dimerization, half-life and cellular localization.  Cell Cycle. 4:(11)1632-1640.  Abstract
  2. EM Jimenez-Mateos; F Wandosell; Orly Reiner; J Avila; C Gonzalez-Billault (2005). Binding of microtubule-associated protein 1B to LIS1 affects the interaction between dynein and LIS1.  Biochemical Journal. 389:333-341.  Abstract
  3. N Epie; T Ammosova; Tamar Sapir; Y Voloshin; WS Lane; W Turner; Orly Reiner; S Nekhai (2005). HIV-1 tat interacts with LISI protein.  Retrovirology. 2.  Abstract
  4. Orly Reiner; FM Coquelle (2005). Missense mutations resulting in type 1 lissencephaly.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 62:(4)425-434.  Abstract
  5. Daniel Cohen; Menahem Segal; Orly Reiner (2005). Doublecortin supports the development of dendritic arbors in primary hippocampal neurons.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S15-S15.  Abstract
  6. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (2005). Similarities and differences between the Wnt and reelin pathways in the forming brain.  Molecular Neurobiology. 31:(3-Jan)117-134.  Abstract

2004

  1. MH Kim; DR Cooper; A Oleksy; Y Devedjiev; U Derewenda; Orly Reiner; J Otlewski; ZS Derewenda (2004). The structure of the N-terminal domain of the product of the lissencephaly gene Lis1 and its functional implications.  Structure. 12:(6)987-998.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Amos Gdalyahu; I Ghosh; Talia Levy; Stav Sapoznik; Ronit Nir; Tamar Sapir (2004). DCX's Phosphorylation by not Just aNother Kinase (JNK).  Cell Cycle. 3:(6)747-751.  Abstract
  3. Amos Gdalyahu; I Ghosh; Talia Levy; Tamar Sapir; Stav Sapoznik; Y Fishler; D Azoulai; Orly Reiner (2004). DCX, a new mediator of the JNK pathway.  EMBO Journal. 23:(4)823-832.  Abstract

2003

  1. A Cahana; XL Jin; Orly Reiner; A Wynshaw-Boris; C O'Neill (2003). A study of the nature of embryonic lethality in LIS1(-/-) mice.  Molecular Reproduction and Development. 66:(2)134-142.  Abstract
  2. M Caspi; FM Coquelle; C Koifman; Talia Levy; H Arai; J Aoki; Mey, JR De Mey; Orly Reiner (2003). LIS1 missense mutations - Variable phenotypes result from unpredictable alterations in biochemical and cellular properties.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 278:(40)38740-38748.  Abstract

2002

  1. Orly Reiner (2002). Pathways of neuronal migration.  Nature Genetics. 32:(3)341-342.  Abstract
  2. FM Coquelle; M Caspi; FP Cordelieres et_al. (2002). LIS1, CLIP-170's key to the dynein/dynactin pathway.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 22:(9)3089-3102.  Abstract
  3. HA Burgess; Orly Reiner (2002). Alternative splice variants of doublecortin-like kinase are differentially expressed and have different kinase activities.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277:(20)17696-17705.  Abstract
  4. Orly Reiner; A Cahana; T Escamez; S Martinez (2002). LlS1 - no more no less.  Molecular Psychiatry. 7:(1)12-16.  Abstract

2001

  1. FM Coquelle; M Caspi; JP Dompierre; FP Cordelieres; DL Dujardin; P Martin; Mey, JR De Mey; Orly Reiner (2001). LIS1, linking CLIP-170 and cytoplasmic dynein.  Molecular Biology of the Cell. 12:313A-313A.  Abstract
  2. JP Dompierre; Orly Reiner; JB Sibarita; Mey, JR De Mey (2001). Spindle movements and positioning are steered by dynein containing cortical sites in MDCK cells.  Molecular Biology of the Cell. 12:263A-263A.  Abstract
  3. HA Burgess; Orly Reiner (2001). Cleavage of doublecortin-like kinase by calpain releases an active kinase fragment from a microtubule anchorage domain.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 276:(39)36397-36403.  Abstract
  4. A Cahana; T Escamez; RS Nowakowski et_al. (2001). Targeted mutagenesis of Lis1 disrupts cortical development and LIS1 homodimerization.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98:(11)6429-6434.  Abstract
  5. O Shmueli; Amos Gdalyahu; K Sorokina; E Nevo; A Avivi; Orly Reiner (2001). DCX in PC12 cells: CREB-mediated transcription and neurite outgrowth.  Human Molecular Genetics. 10:(10)1061-1070.  Abstract

2000

  1. Orly Reiner (2000). LIS1: Let's interact sometimes... (Part 1).  Neuron. 28:(3)633-636.
  2. HA Burgess; Orly Reiner (2000). Doublecortin-like kinase is associated with microtubules in neuronal growth cones.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 16:(5)529-541.  Abstract
  3. M Caspi; R Atlas; Amir Kantor; Tamar Sapir; Orly Reiner (2000). Interaction between LIS1 and doublecortin, two lissencephaly gene products.  Human Molecular Genetics. 9:(15)2205-2213.  Abstract
  4. D Gothelf; N Soreni; RP Nachman; S Tyano; Y Hiss; Orly Reiner; Ayelet Weizman (2000). Evidence for the involvement of the hippocampus in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia.  European Neuropsychopharmacology. 10:(5)389-395.  Abstract
  5. PJ Sheffield; S Garrard; M Caspi et_al. (2000). Homologs of the alpha- and beta-subunits of mammalian brain platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase Ib in the Drosophila melanogaster genome.  Proteins-Structure Function And Genetics. 39:(1)1-8.  Abstract
  6. Tamar Sapir; David Horesh; M Caspi et_al. (2000). Doublecortin mutations cluster in evolutionarily conserved functional domains.  Human Molecular Genetics. 9:(5)703-712.  Abstract
  7. O Shmueli; Orly Reiner (2000). Expression of chLIS1, a chicken homolog of LIS1.  Development Genes and Evolution. 210:(1)51-54.  Abstract

1999

  1. Tamar Sapir; Miriam Eisenstein; HA Burgess et_al. (1999). Analysis of lissencephaly-causing LIS1 mutations.  FEBS Journal. 266:(3)1011-1020.  Abstract
  2. HA Burgess; S Martinez; Orly Reiner (1999). KIAA0369, doublecortin-like kinase, is expressed during brain development.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 58:(4)567-575.  Abstract
  3. Tamar Sapir; A Cahana; Rony Seger; S Nekhai; Orly Reiner (1999). LIS1 is a microtubule-associated phosphoprotein.  FEBS Journal. 265:(1)181-188.  Abstract
  4. Orly Reiner (1999). The unfolding story of two lissencephaly genes and brain development.  Molecular Neurobiology. 20:(3-Feb)143-156.  Abstract
  5. David Horesh; Tamar Sapir; F Francis; Sharon G. Wolf; M Caspi; Michael Elbaum; J Chelly; Orly Reiner (1999). Doublecortin, a stabilizer of microtubules.  Human Molecular Genetics. 8:(9)1599-1610.  Abstract
  6. Gila Shmueli; A Cahana; Orly Reiner (1999). Platelet-activating factor (PAF) acetylhydrolase activity, LIS1 expression, and seizures.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 57:(2)176-184.  Abstract
  7. F Francis; A Koulakoff; D Boucher et_al. (1999). Doublecortin is a developmentally regulated, microtubule-associated protein expressed in migrating and differentiating neurons.  Neuron. 23:(2)247-256.  Abstract
  8. A Cahana; Orly Reiner (1999). LIS1 and platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase (Ib) catalytic subunits, expression in the mouse oocyte and zygote.  FEBS Letters. 451:(2)99-102.  Abstract

1998

  1. SM Morris; U Albrecht; Orly Reiner; G Eichele; LY Yu-Lee (1998). The lissencephaly gene product Lis1, a protein involved in neuronal migration, interacts with a nuclear movement protein, NudC.  Current Biology. 8:(10)603-606.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; Tamar Sapir (1998). Abnormal cortical development; towards elucidation of the LIS1 gene product function (Review).  International Journal of Molecular Medicine. 1:(5)849-853.  Abstract
  3. Orly Reiner; PJ Lombroso (1998). Development of the cerebral cortex: II. Lissencephaly.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 37:(2)231-232.

1997

  1. Tamar Sapir; Michael Elbaum; Orly Reiner (1997). Reduction of microtubule catastrophe events by LIS1, platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase subunit.  EMBO Journal. 16:(23)6977-6984.  Abstract

1996

  1. I GarciaHiguera; J Fenoglio; Y Li; C Lewis; MP Panchenko; Orly Reiner; TF Smith; EJ Neer (1996). Folding of proteins with WD-repeats: Comparison of six members of the WD-repeat superfamily to the G protein beta subunit.  Biochemistry. 35:(44)13985-13994.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; CT Caskey (1996). Function of 14-3-3 proteins - Reply.  Nature. 382:(6589)308-308.
  3. F Hildebrandt; M Cybulla; B Strahm; HG Nothwang; I SinghSawhney; K Berz; M Nicklin; Orly Reiner; M Brandis (1996). Physical mapping of the gene for juvenile nephronophthisis (NPH1) by construction of a complete YAC contig of 7 Mb on chromosome 2q13.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 73:(3)235-239.  Abstract

1995

  1. Orly Reiner; I BARAM; Tamar Sapir; O SHMUELI; R CARROZZO; EA LINDSAY; A BALDINI; DH LEDBETTER; A CAHANA (1995). LIS2, GENE AND PSEUDOGENE, HOMOLOGOUS TO LIS1 (LISSENCEPHALY-1), LOCATED ON THE SHORT AND LONG ARMS OF CHROMOSOME-2.  Genomics. 30:(2)251-256.  Abstract
  2. Orly Reiner; U ALBRECHT; Michal Gordon et_al. (1995). LISSENCEPHALY GENE (LIS1) EXPRESSION IN THE CNS SUGGESTS A ROLE IN NEURONAL MIGRATION.  Journal of Neuroscience. 15:(5)3730-3738.  Abstract

1994

  1. Y FRISHBERG; Orly Reiner (1994). GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY HYPEROXALURIA TYPE-1 (PH1).  Journal Of The American Society Of Nephrology. 5:(3)621-621.  Abstract
  2. NK SPURR; H BARTON; R BASHIR et_al. (1994). REPORT OF THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-2 MAPPING 1994.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 67:(4)216-237.
  3. Orly Reiner; U ALBRECHT; R CARROZZO; C WONG; DH LEDBETTER; G EICHELE; AM BUCHBERG; CT CASKEY (1994). LIS1, A GENE DELETED IN LISSENCEPHALY, A HUMAN NEURONAL MIGRATION DISORDER - GENE ISOLATION AND EXPRESSION.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 63:S3-S3.  Abstract
  4. Orly Reiner; I BARAM; Tamar Sapir; R CARROZZO; EA LINDSAY; A BALDINI; DH LEDBETTER; CT CASKEY; O GALGERBER (1994). LIS2 GENE AND PSEUDOGENE, LOCATED ON THE SHORT AND LONG ARM OF CHROMOSOME-2.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 67:(4)243-243.  Abstract

1989

  1. M WIGDERSON; N FIRON; Z HOROWITZ; Sylvia Wilder; Y FRISHBERG; Orly Reiner; M HOROWITZ (1989). CHARACTERIZATION OF MUTATIONS IN GAUCHER PATIENTS BY CDNA CLONING.  American Journal of Human Genetics. 44:(3)365-377.
  2. M HOROWITZ; Sylvia Wilder; Z HOROWITZ; Orly Reiner; T GELBART; E BEUTLER (1989). THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE GENE AND PSEUDOGENE - STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION.  Genomics. 4:(1)87-96.
  3. Orly Reiner; O DAGAN; M HOROWITZ (1989). HUMAN SPHINGOLIPID ACTIVATOR PROTEIN-1 AND SPHINGOLIPID ACTIVATOR PROTEIN-2 ARE ENCODED BY THE SAME GENE.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 1:(4)225-233.

1988

  1. Orly Reiner; M HOROWITZ (1988). DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE-CODING GENE.  Gene. 73:(2)469-478.
  2. Orly Reiner; M WIGDERSON; M HOROWITZ (1988). STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE GENES.  Dna-A Journal Of Molecular & Cellular Biology. 7:(2)107-116.

1987

  1. Orly Reiner; Sylvia Wilder; David Givol; M HOROWITZ (1987). EFFICIENT INVITRO AND INVIVO EXPRESSION OF HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE CDNA.  Dna-A Journal Of Molecular & Cellular Biology. 6:(2)101-108.