Publications

2019

  1. Sapir T., Segal M., Grigoryan G., Hansson K. M., James P., Segal M. & Reiner O. (2019). The Interactome of Palmitoyl-Protein Thioesterase 1 (PPT1) Affects Neuronal Morphology and Function.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 13.  Abstract
  2. Chan S. M., Sapir T., Park S., Rual J., Contreras-Galindo R., Reiner O. & Markovitz D. M. (2019). The HERV-K accessory protein Np9 controls viability and migration of teratocarcinoma cells.  PLoS One. 14:(2)  Abstract

2018

  1. Sapir T., Levy T., Kozer N., Shin I., Zamor V., Haffner-Krausz R., McGlade J. C. & Reiner O. (2018). Notch Activation by Shootin1 Opposing Activities on 2 Ubiquitin Ligases.  Cerebral Cortex. 28:(9)3115-3128.  Abstract
  2. Uzquiano A., Gladwyn-Ng I., Nguyen L., Reiner O., Goetz M., Matsuzaki F. & Francis F. (2018). Cortical progenitor biology: key features mediating proliferation versus differentiation.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 146:(5)500-525.  Abstract
  3. Karzbrun E., Kshirsagar A., Cohen S. R., Hanna J. H. & Reiner O. (2018). Human brain organoids on a chip reveal the physics of folding.  Nature Physics. 14:(5)515-+.  Abstract
  4. Gorelik A., Sapir T., Ben-Reuven L. & Reiner O. (2018). Complement C3 Affects Rac1 Activity in the Developing Brain.  Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 11.  Abstract
  5. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (2018). A Coated Sponge: Toward Neonatal Brain Repair.  Cell Stem Cell. 22:(1)3-4.  Abstract

2017

  1. Reiner O., Kazbrun E. & Cohen S. (2017). Wrinkling of human brain organoids on a chip driven by mechanical instabilities.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 142:46-46.  Abstract
  2. Gorelik A., Sapir T., Woodruff T. M. & Reiner O. (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. Gorelik A., Sapir T., Haffner-Krausz R., Olender T., Woodruff T. M. & Reiner O. (2017). Developmental activities of the complement pathway in migrating neurons.  Nature Communications. 8.  Abstract
  4. Segal Salto S. M., Hansson K., Sapir T., Kaplan A., Levy T., Schweizer M., Frotscher M., James P. & Reiner O. (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. Ben-Reuven L. & Reiner O. (2016). Modeling the autistic cell: iPSCs recapitulate developmental principles of syndromic and nonsyndromic ASD.  DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION. 58:(5)481-91.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O., Karzbrun E., Kshirsagar A. & Kaibuchi K. (2016). Regulation of neuronal migration, an emerging topic in autism spectrum disorders.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 136:(3)440-456.  Abstract
  3. Segal Salto S. M., Sapir T. & Reiner O. (2016). Reversible Cysteine Acylation Regulates the Activity of Human Palmitoyl-Protein Thioesterase 1 (PPT1).  PLoS One. 11:(1)e0146466-e0146466.  Abstract

2015

  1. Greenman R., Gorelik A., Sapir T., Baumgart J., Zamor V., Segal Salto S. M., Levin-Zaidman S., Aidinis V., Aoki J., Nitsch R., Vogt J. & Reiner O. (2015). Non-cell autonomous and non-catalytic activities of ATX in the developing brain.  Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9.  Abstract
  2. Vinograd-Byk H., Sapir T., Cantarero L., Lazo P. A., Zeligson S., Lev D., Lerman-Sagie T., Renbaum P., Reiner O. & Levy-Lahad E. (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. Liu P., Kaplan A., Yuan B., Hanna J. H., Lupski J. R. & Reiner O. (2014). Passage Number is a Major Contributor to Genomic Structural Variations in Mouse iPSCs.  Stem Cells. 32:(10)2657-2667.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O., Gorelik A. & Sapir T. (2014). Radial neuronal migration modulation by the complement cascade.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 130:14-14.  Abstract
  3. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (2014). Mark/Par-1 Marking the Polarity of Migrating Neurons.  CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR CONTROL OF NEURONAL MIGRATION. 97-111.  Abstract

2013

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

2012

  1. Page R. M., Muench A., Horn T., Kuhn P., Colombo A., Reiner O., Boutros M., Steiner H., Lichtenthaler S. F. & Haass C. (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. Gorelik A. & Reiner O. (2012). The role of the complement pathway in neuronal migration in the developing brain.  Immunobiology. 217:(11)1212-1212.  Abstract
  3. Sapir T., Frotscher M., Levy T., Mandelkow E. & Reiner O. (2012). Taus role in the developing brain: implications for intellectual disability.  Human Molecular Genetics. 21:(8)1681-1692.  Abstract
  4. Reiner O., Sapir T. & Gerlitz G. (2012). Interkinetic Nuclear Movement in the Ventricular Zone of the Cortex.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 46:(3)516-526.  Abstract
  5. Mejia-Gervacio S., Murray K., Sapir T., Belvindrah R., Reiner O. & Lledo P. (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. Kaplan A. & Reiner O. (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. Yamasaki T., Kawasaki H., Arakawa S., Shimizu K., Shimizu S., Reiner O., Okano H., Nishina S., Azuma N., Penninger J. M., Katada T. & Nishina H. (2011). Stress-Activated Protein Kinase MKK7 Regulates Axon Elongation in the Developing Cerebral Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 31:(46)16872-16883.  Abstract

2010

  1. Bilimoria P. M., de la Torre-Ubieta l. T. L., Ikeuchi Y., Becker E. B. E., Reiner O. & Bonni A. (2010). A JIP3-Regulated GSK3 beta/DCX Signaling Pathway Restricts Axon Branching.  Journal of Neuroscience. 30:(50)16766-16776.  Abstract
  2. Livnat I., Finkelshtein D., Ghosh I., Arai H. & Reiner O. (2010). PAF-AH catalytic subunits modulate the Wnt pathway in developing GABAergic neurons.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 4.  Abstract
  3. Shmueli A., Segal M., Sapir T., Tsutsumi R., Noritake J., Bar A., Sapoznik S., Fukata Y., Orr I., Fukata M. & Reiner O. (2010). Ndel1 palmitoylation: a new mean to regulate cytoplasmic dynein activity.  EMBO Journal. 29:(1)107-119.  Abstract

2009

  1. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (2009). Polarity Regulation in Migrating Neurons in the Cortex.  Molecular Neurobiology. 40:(1)1-14.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O., Shmueli A. & Sapir T. (2009). Neuronal Migration and Neurodegeneration: 2 Sides of the Same Coin.  Cerebral Cortex. 19:I42-I48.  Abstract

2008

  1. Gorelik A., Sapir T. & Reiner O. (2008). GENE TRAPPING: AN ANTIBODY-DEPENDENT APPROACH FOR VERIFYING INTEGRATION IN YOUR FAVORITE GENE.  Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters. 13:(4)614-620.  Abstract
  2. Sapir T., Shmueli A., Levy T., Timm T., Elbaum M., Mandelkow E. & Reiner O. (2008). Antagonistic Effects of Doublecortin and MARK2/Par-1 in the Developing Cerebral Cortex.  Journal of Neuroscience. 28:(48)13008-13013.  Abstract
  3. Sapir T., Sapoznik S., Levy T., Finkelshtein D., Shmueli A., Timm T., Mandelkow E. & Reiner O. (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. Cohen D., Segal M. & Reiner O. (2008). Doublecortin supports the development of dendritic arbors in primary hippocampal neurons.  Developmental Neuroscience. 30:(3-Jan)187-199.  Abstract

2007

  1. Gerlitz G., Livnat I., Ziv C., Yarden O., Bustin M. & Reiner O. (2007). Migration cues induce chromatin alterations.  Traffic. 8:(11)1521-1529.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O., Sapir T., Sapoznik S., Gorelik A., Levy T., Timm T. & Mandelkow E. M. (2007). Novel roles of the polarity kinase MARK2/Par-1 in migrating cortical neurons.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 102:241-241.  Abstract
  3. Sapir T., Sapoznik S., Gorelik A., Levi T., Timm T., Mandelkow E. M. & Reiner O. (2007). Novel roles of the polarity kinase MARK2/Par-1 in migrating cortical neurons.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 102:254-254.  Abstract
  4. Valdes-Sanchez L., Escamez T., Echevarria D., Ballesta J. J., Tabares-Seisdedos R., Reiner O., Martinez S. & Geijo-Barrientos E. (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. Reiner O., Coquelle F. M., Peter B., Levy T., Kaplan A., Sapir T., Orr I., Barkai N., Eichele G. & Bergmann S. (2006). The evolving doublecortin (DCX) superfamily.  BMC Genomics. 7.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O. (2006). Deciphering the roadmap to the cerebral cortex.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 98:38-38.  Abstract
  3. Shmueli A., Gdalyahu A., Sapoznik S., Sapir T., Tsukada M. & Reiner O. (2006). Site-specific dephosphorylation of doublecortin (DCX) by protein phosphatase 1 (PP1).  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 32:(2-Jan)15-26.  Abstract
  4. Coquelle F., Levy T., Bergmann S., Wolf S. G., Bar-El D., Sapir T., Brody Y., Orr I., Barkai N., Eichele G. & Reiner O. (2006). Common and divergent roles for members of the mouse DCX superfamily.  Cell Cycle. 5:(9)976-983.  Abstract
  5. Reiner O. (2006). Microtubule dynamics and tip complexes.  European Journal of Cell Biology. 85:124-124.  Abstract
  6. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (2006). Cdk5 checks p27(kip1) in neuronal migration.  Nature Cell Biology. 8:(1)11-13.
  7. Shu T., Tseng H., Sapir T., Stern P., Zhou Y., Sanada K., Fischer A., Coquelle F., Reiner O. & Tsai L. (2006). Doublecortin-like kinase controls neurogenesis by regulating mitotic spindles and M phase progression.  Neuron. 49:(1)25-39.  Abstract
  8. Tabares-Seisdedos R., Escamez T., Martinez-Gimenez J., Balanza V., Salazar J., Selva G., Rubio C., Vieta E., Geijo-Barrientos E., Martinez-Aran A., Reiner O. & Martinez S. (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. Reiner O., Sapoznik S. & Sapir T. (2006). Lissencephaly 1 linking to multiple diseases - Mental retardation, neurodegeneration, schizophrenia, male sterility, and more.  NeuroMolecular Medicine. 8:(4)547-565.  Abstract

2005

  1. Gerlitz G., Darhin E., Giorgio G., Franco B. & Reiner O. (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. Jimenez-Mateos E., Wandosell F., Reiner O., Avila J. & Gonzalez-Billault C. (2005). Binding of microtubule-associated protein 1B to LIS1 affects the interaction between dynein and LIS1.  Biochemical Journal. 389:333-341.  Abstract
  3. Reiner O. & Coquelle F. (2005). Missense mutations resulting in type 1 lissencephaly.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 62:(4)425-434.  Abstract
  4. Epie N., Ammosova T., Sapir T., Voloshin Y., Lane W., Turner W., Reiner O. & Nekhai S. (2005). HIV-1 tat interacts with LISI protein.  Retrovirology. 2.  Abstract
  5. Cohen D., Segal M. & Reiner O. (2005). Doublecortin supports the development of dendritic arbors in primary hippocampal neurons.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S15-S15.  Abstract
  6. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (2005). Similarities and differences between the Wnt and reelin pathways in the forming brain.  Molecular Neurobiology. 31:(3-Jan)117-134.  Abstract

2004

  1. Reiner O., Gdalyahu A., Ghosh I., Levy T., Sapoznik S., Nir R. & Sapir T. (2004). DCX's Phosphorylation by not Just aNother Kinase (JNK).  Cell Cycle. 3:(6)747-751.  Abstract
  2. Kim M., Cooper D., Oleksy A., Devedjiev Y., Derewenda U., Reiner O., Otlewski J. & Derewenda Z. (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
  3. Gdalyahu A., Ghosh I., Levy T., Sapir T., Sapoznik S., Fishler Y., Azoulai D. & Reiner O. (2004). DCX, a new mediator of the JNK pathway.  EMBO Journal. 23:(4)823-832.  Abstract

2003

  1. Cahana A., Jin X., Reiner O., Wynshaw-Boris A. & O'Neill C. (2003). A study of the nature of embryonic lethality in LIS1(-/-) mice.  Molecular Reproduction and Development. 66:(2)134-142.  Abstract
  2. Caspi M., Coquelle F., Koifman C., Levy T., Arai H., Aoki J., De Mey M. J. & Reiner O. (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. Reiner O. (2002). Pathways of neuronal migration.  Nature Genetics. 32:(3)341-342.  Abstract
  2. Burgess H. & Reiner O. (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
  3. Coquelle F., Caspi M., Cordelieres F., Dompierre J., Dujardin D., Koifman C., Martin P., Hoogenraad C., Akhmanova A., Galjart N., De Mey M. J. & Reiner O. (2002). LIS1, CLIP-170's key to the dynein/dynactin pathway.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 22:(9)3089-3102.  Abstract
  4. Reiner O., Cahana A., Escamez T. & Martinez S. (2002). LlS1 - no more no less.  Molecular Psychiatry. 7:(1)12-16.  Abstract

2001

  1. Coquelle F., Caspi M., Dompierre J., Cordelieres F., Dujardin D., Martin P., De Mey M. J. & Reiner O. (2001). LIS1, linking CLIP-170 and cytoplasmic dynein.  Molecular Biology of the Cell. 12:313A-313A.  Abstract
  2. Dompierre J., Reiner O., Sibarita J. & De Mey M. J. (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. Burgess H. & Reiner O. (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. Shmueli O., Gdalyahu A., Sorokina K., Nevo E., Avivi A. & Reiner O. (2001). DCX in PC12 cells: CREB-mediated transcription and neurite outgrowth.  Human Molecular Genetics. 10:(10)1061-1070.  Abstract
  5. Cahana A., Escamez T., Nowakowski R., Hayes N., Giacobini M., von Holst H. A., Shmueli O., Sapir T., McConnell S., Wurst W., Martinez S. & Reiner O. (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

2000

  1. Reiner O. (2000). LIS1: Let's interact sometimes... (Part 1).  Neuron. 28:(3)633-636.
  2. Burgess H. & Reiner O. (2000). Doublecortin-like kinase is associated with microtubules in neuronal growth cones.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 16:(5)529-541.  Abstract
  3. Gothelf D., Soreni N., Nachman R., Tyano S., Hiss Y., Reiner O. & Weizman A. (2000). Evidence for the involvement of the hippocampus in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia.  European Neuropsychopharmacology. 10:(5)389-395.  Abstract
  4. Caspi M., Atlas R., Kantor A., Sapir T. & Reiner O. (2000). Interaction between LIS1 and doublecortin, two lissencephaly gene products.  Human Molecular Genetics. 9:(15)2205-2213.  Abstract
  5. Sheffield P., Garrard S., Caspi M., Aoki J., Arai H., Derewenda U., Inoue K., Suter B., Reiner O. & Derewenda Z. (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. Sapir T., Horesh D., Caspi M., Atlas R., Burgess H., Wolf S. G., Francis F., Chelly J., Elbaum M., Pietrokovski S. & Reiner O. (2000). Doublecortin mutations cluster in evolutionarily conserved functional domains.  Human Molecular Genetics. 9:(5)703-712.  Abstract
  7. Shmueli O. & Reiner O. (2000). Expression of chLIS1, a chicken homolog of LIS1.  Development Genes and Evolution. 210:(1)51-54.  Abstract

1999

  1. Sapir T., Eisenstein M., Burgess H., Horesh D., Cahana A., Aoki J., Hattori M., Arai H., Inoue K. & Reiner O. (1999). Analysis of lissencephaly-causing LIS1 mutations.  FEBS Journal. 266:(3)1011-1020.  Abstract
  2. Burgess H., Martinez S. & Reiner O. (1999). KIAA0369, doublecortin-like kinase, is expressed during brain development.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 58:(4)567-575.  Abstract
  3. Sapir T., Cahana A., Seger R., Nekhai S. & Reiner O. (1999). LIS1 is a microtubule-associated phosphoprotein.  FEBS Journal. 265:(1)181-188.  Abstract
  4. Reiner O. (1999). The unfolding story of two lissencephaly genes and brain development.  Molecular Neurobiology. 20:(3-Feb)143-156.  Abstract
  5. Horesh D., Sapir T., Francis F., Wolf S. G., Caspi M., Elbaum M., Chelly J. & Reiner O. (1999). Doublecortin, a stabilizer of microtubules.  Human Molecular Genetics. 8:(9)1599-1610.  Abstract
  6. Shmueli G., Cahana A. & Reiner O. (1999). Platelet-activating factor (PAF) acetylhydrolase activity, LIS1 expression, and seizures.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 57:(2)176-184.  Abstract
  7. Francis F., Koulakoff A., Boucher D., Chafey P., Schaar B., Vinet M., Friocourt G., McDonnell N., Reiner O., Kahn A., McConnell S., Berwald-Netter Y., Denoulet P. & Chelly J. (1999). Doublecortin is a developmentally regulated, microtubule-associated protein expressed in migrating and differentiating neurons.  Neuron. 23:(2)247-256.  Abstract
  8. Cahana A. & Reiner O. (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. Reiner O. & Sapir T. (1998). Abnormal cortical development; towards elucidation of the LIS1 gene product function (Review).  International Journal of Molecular Medicine. 1:(5)849-853.  Abstract
  2. Morris S., Albrecht U., Reiner O., Eichele G. & Yu-Lee L. (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
  3. Reiner O. & Lombroso P. (1998). Development of the cerebral cortex: II. Lissencephaly.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 37:(2)231-232.

1997

  1. Sapir T., Elbaum M. & Reiner O. (1997). Reduction of microtubule catastrophe events by LIS1, platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase subunit.  EMBO Journal. 16:(23)6977-6984.  Abstract

1996

  1. GarciaHiguera I., Fenoglio J., Li Y., Lewis C., Panchenko M., Reiner O., Smith T. & Neer E. (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. Reiner O. & Caskey C. (1996). Function of 14-3-3 proteins - Reply.  Nature. 382:(6589)308-308.
  3. Hildebrandt F., Cybulla M., Strahm B., Nothwang H., SinghSawhney I., Berz K., Nicklin M., Reiner O. & Brandis M. (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. Reiner O., BARAM I., Sapir T., SHMUELI O., CARROZZO R., LINDSAY E., BALDINI A., LEDBETTER D. & CAHANA A. (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. Reiner O., ALBRECHT U., Gordon M., CHIANESE K., WONG C., GALGERBER O., Sapir T., SIRACUSA L., BUCHBERG A., CASKEY C. & EICHELE G. (1995). LISSENCEPHALY GENE (LIS1) EXPRESSION IN THE CNS SUGGESTS A ROLE IN NEURONAL MIGRATION.  Journal of Neuroscience. 15:(5)3730-3738.  Abstract

1994

  1. FRISHBERG Y. & Reiner O. (1994). GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY HYPEROXALURIA TYPE-1 (PH1).  Journal Of The American Society Of Nephrology. 5:(3)621-621.  Abstract
  2. Reiner O., ALBRECHT U., CARROZZO R., WONG C., LEDBETTER D., EICHELE G., BUCHBERG A. & CASKEY C. (1994). LIS1, A GENE DELETED IN LISSENCEPHALY, A HUMAN NEURONAL MIGRATION DISORDER - GENE ISOLATION AND EXPRESSION.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 63:S3-S3.  Abstract
  3. Reiner O., BARAM I., Sapir T., CARROZZO R., LINDSAY E., BALDINI A., LEDBETTER D., CASKEY C. & GALGERBER O. (1994). LIS2 GENE AND PSEUDOGENE, LOCATED ON THE SHORT AND LONG ARM OF CHROMOSOME-2.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 67:(4)243-243.  Abstract
  4. SPURR N., BARTON H., BASHIR R., BRYSON G., BUSHBY K., COX S., GRINGRICH J., HENTATI A., HILDEBRANDT F., KAO F., KRUSE T., LAI E., LIU J., MENKE M., NAYLOR S., NICKLIN M., READ A., Reiner O. & ROCCHI M. (1994). REPORT OF THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-2 MAPPING 1994.  Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 67:(4)216-237.

1989

  1. WIGDERSON M., FIRON N., HOROWITZ Z., Wilder S., FRISHBERG Y., Reiner O. & HOROWITZ M. (1989). CHARACTERIZATION OF MUTATIONS IN GAUCHER PATIENTS BY CDNA CLONING.  American Journal of Human Genetics. 44:(3)365-377.
  2. HOROWITZ M., Wilder S., HOROWITZ Z., Reiner O., GELBART T. & BEUTLER E. (1989). THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE GENE AND PSEUDOGENE - STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION.  Genomics. 4:(1)87-96.
  3. Reiner O., DAGAN O. & HOROWITZ M. (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. Reiner O. & HOROWITZ M. (1988). DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE-CODING GENE.  Gene. 73:(2)469-478.
  2. Reiner O., WIGDERSON M. & HOROWITZ M. (1988). STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE GENES.  Dna-A Journal Of Molecular & Cellular Biology. 7:(2)107-116.

1987

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