Peleg Hasson; Talila Volk; Adi Salzberg (2017). Building functional units of movement-generation and movement-sensation in the embryo.  International Journal of Developmental Biology. 61:(3-5)171-178.  Abstract


Elly Ordan; Talila Volk (2016). Amontillado is required for Drosophila Slit processing and for tendon-mediated muscle patterning.  Biology Open. 5:(10)1530-1534.  Abstract
Davy Vanhoutte; Tobias G. Schips; Jennifer Q. Kwong et al. (2016). Thrombospondin expression in myofibers stabilizes muscle membranes.  eLife. 5.  Abstract [All authors]
Shuoshuo Wang; Karen Fridman; Barak Markus; Talila Volk (2016). Chromatin organization and replication in mature striated muscle rely on mechanical coupling through intact LINC-complex.  .  Abstract


Shuoshuo Wang; Adriana Reuveny; Talila Volk (2015). Nesprin provides elastic properties to muscle nuclei by cooperating with spectraplakin and EB1.  Journal of Cell Biology. 209:(4)529-538.  Abstract
Elly Ordan; Talila Volk (2015). Cleaved Slit directs embryonic muscles.  Fly. 9:(2)82-5.  Abstract
Elly Ordan; Marko Brankatschk; Barry Dickson; Frank Schnorrer; Talila Volk (2015). Slit cleavage is essential for producing an active, stable, non-diffusible short-range signal that guides muscle migration.  Development (Cambridge). 142:(8)1431-1436.  Abstract
Elly Ordan; Talila Volk (2015). A non-signaling role of robo2 in tendons is essential for slit processing and muscle patterning.  Development (Cambridge). 142:(20)3512-3518.  Abstract
Talila Volk (2015). Protection of muscle nuclei.  Oncotarget.
Talila Volk; Shuoshuo Wang (2015). Protection of muscle nuclei.  Oncotarget. 6:(27)23046-23047.  Abstract


Shuoshuo Wang; Talila Volk (2014). An elastic shield coupled to rigid interface provides mechanical integrity to myonuclei.  Molecular Biology of the Cell. 25.  Abstract
Talila Volk; Shuoshuo Wang; B Rotstein; A Paululat (2014). Matricellular proteins in development: Perspectives from the Drosophila heart.  Matrix Biology. 37:162-166.  Abstract
Giuliano Giuliani; Fabrizio Giuliani; Talila Volk; Catherine Rabouille (2014). The Drosophila RNA-binding protein HOW controls the stability of dgrasp mRNA in the follicular epithelium.  Nucleic Acids Research. 42:(3)1970-1986.  Abstract


Nofar Harpaz; Elly Ordan; Karen Ocorr; Rolf Bodmer; Talila Volk (2013). Multiplexin Promotes Heart but Not Aorta Morphogenesis by Polarized Enhancment of Slit/Robo Activity at the Heart Lumen.  PLoS Genetics. 9:(6)  Abstract
Talila Volk (2013). Positioning nuclei within the cytoplasm of striated muscle fiber Cooperation between microtubules and KASH proteins.  Nucleus-Austin. 4:(1)18-22.  Abstract


Talila Volk; Meital Hatan (2012). The drosophila blood brain barrier is maintained by GPCR-dependent dynamic actin structures.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 48:S139-S139.  Abstract
Hadas Elhanany-Tamir; Yanxun V. Yu; Miri Shnayder; Ankit Jain; Michael Welte; Talila Volk (2012). Organelle positioning in muscles requires cooperation between two KASH proteins and microtubules.  Journal of Cell Biology. 198:(5)833-846.  Abstract
Ronit Nir; Rona Grossman; Ze'Ev Paroush; Talila Volk (2012). Phosphorylation of the Drosophila melanogaster RNA-Binding Protein HOW by MAPK/ERK Enhances Its Dimerization and Activity.  PLoS Genetics. 8:(3)  Abstract
Nofar Harpaz; Talila Volk (2012). A novel method for obtaining semi-thin cross sections of the Drosophila heart and their labeling with multiple antibodies.  Methods. 56:(1)63-68.  Abstract


Meital Hatan; Vera Shinder; David Israeli; Frank Schnorrer; Talila Volk (2011). The Drosophila blood brain barrier is maintained by GPCR-dependent dynamic actin structures.  Journal of Cell Biology. 192:(2)307-319.  Abstract
David Israeli; David Tanne; Dianne Daniels et al. (2011). The Application of MRI for Depiction of Subtle Blood Brain Barrier Disruption in Stroke.  International Journal of Biological Sciences. 7:(1)1-8.  Abstract [All authors]


Ronen Schweitzer; Elazar Zelzer; Talila Volk (2010). Connecting muscles to tendons: tendons and musculoskeletal development in flies and vertebrates.  Development. 137:(17)2807-2817.  Abstract
Eli Gilsohn; Talila Volk (2010). Fine tuning cellular recognition The function of the leucine rich repeat (LRR) trans-membrane protein, LRT, in muscle targeting to tendon cells.  Cell Adhesion & Migration. 4:(3)368-371.  Abstract
Yael Mardor; David Tanne; Dianne Daniels et al. (2010). The Application of MRI for Depiction of Blood Brain Barrier Opening in Stroke.  Stroke. 41:(4)E338-E338.  Abstract [All authors]
Adrian C. Monk; Nicole A. Siddall; Talila Volk; Barbara Fraser; Leonie M. Quinn; Eileen A. Mclaughlin; Gary R. Hime (2010). HOW Is Required for Stem Cell Maintenance in the Drosophila Testis and for the Onset of Transit-Amplifying Divisions.  Cell Stem Cell. 6:(4)348-360.  Abstract
Eliezer Gilsohn; Talila Volk (2010). A screen for tendon-specific genes uncovers new and old components involved in muscle-tendon interaction.  Fly. 4:(2)149-153.  Abstract
Eliezer Gilsohn; Talila Volk (2010). Slowdown promotes muscle integrity by modulating integrin-mediated adhesion at the myotendinous junction.  Development. 137:(5)785-794.  Abstract
Talila Volk (2010). DROSOPHILA STAR PROTEINS What Can Be Learned from Flies?.  Post-Transcriptional Regulation By Star Proteins: Control Of Rna Metabolism In Development And Disease. 93-105.  Abstract


Bess Wayburn; Talila Volk (2009). LRT, a tendon-specific leucine-rich repeat protein, promotes muscle-tendon targeting through its interaction with Robo.  Development. 136:(21)3607-3615.  Abstract
Eli Gilsohn; Talila Volk (2009). A complex between Drosophila Slowdown and Thrombospondin regulates the coordination between muscle/tendon adhesion and muscle migration arrest.  Mechanisms of Development. 126:S72-S73.  Abstract
Adriana Reuveny; Hadas Elhanany; Talila Volk (2009). Enhanced sensitivity of midline glial cells to apoptosis is achieved by HOW(L)-dependent repression of Diap1.  Mechanisms of Development. 126:(2-Jan)30-41.  Abstract


Talila Volk; David Israeli; Ronit Nir; Hila Toledano-Katchalski (2008). Tissue development and RNA control: "HOW" is it coordinated?.  Trends in Genetics. 24:(2)94-101.  Abstract


Hila Toledano-Katchalski; Ronit Nir; Gloria Volohonsky; Talila Volk (2007). Post-transcriptional repression of the Drosophila midkine and pleiotrophin homolog miple by HOW is essential for correct mesoderm spreading.  Development. 134:(19)3473-3481.  Abstract
David Israeli; Ronit Nir; Talila Volk (2007). Dissection of the target specificity of the RNA-binding protein HOW reveals dpp mRNA as a novel HOW target.  Development. 134:(11)2107-2114.  Abstract
Arul Subramanian; Bess Wayburn; Thomas Bunch; Talila Volk (2007). Thrombospondin-mediated adhesion is essential for the formation of the myotendinous junction in Drosophila.  Development. 134:(7)1269-1278.  Abstract
Gloria Volohonsky; Gundula Edenfeld; Christian Klaembt; Talila Volk (2007). Muscle-dependent maturation of tendon cells is induced by post-transcriptional regulation of stripeA.  Development. 134:(2)347-356.  Abstract


Gundula Edenfeld; Gloria Volohonsky; Karin Krukkert et al. (2006). The splicing factor crooked neck associates with the RNA-binding protein HOW to control glial cell maturation in Drosophila.  Neuron. 52:(6)969-980.  Abstract [All authors]


C Stewart; Talila Volk; F Posas (2005). Interdisciplinary research.  Scientist. 19:(21)22-22.
Helit Nabel-Rosen; H Toledano-Katchalski; G Volohonsky; Talila Volk (2005). Cell divisions in the Drosophila embryonic mesoderm are repressed via posttranscriptional regulation of string/cdc25 by HOW.  Current Biology. 15:(4)295-302.  Abstract
P Hasson; N Egoz; C Winkler; G Volohonsky; St Jia; T Dinur; Talila Volk; Aj Courey; Z Paroush (2005). EGFR signaling attenuates Groucho-dependent repression to antagonize Notch transcriptional output.  Nature Genetics. 37:(1)101-105.  Abstract


L Soustelle; U Jacques; B Altenhein; Gm Technau; Talila Volk; A Giangrande (2004). Terminal tendon cell differentiation requires the glide/gcm complex.  Development. 131:(18)4521-4532.  Abstract
A Inbal; Talila Volk; A Salzberg (2004). Recruitment of ectodermal attachment cells via an EGFR-dependent mechanism during the organogenesis of Drosophila proprioceptors.  Developmental Cell. 7:(2)241-250.  Abstract
D Rosin; Eyal Schejter; Talila Volk; Bz Shilo (2004). Apical accumulation of the Drosophila PDGF/VEGF receptor ligands provides a mechanism for triggering localized actin polymerization.  Development. 131:(9)1939-1948.  Abstract


A Subramanian; A Prokop; M Yamamoto; K Sugimura; T Uemura; J Betschinger; Ja Knoblich; Talila Volk (2003). Shortstop recruits EB1/APC1 and promotes microtubule assembly at the muscle-tendon junction.  Current Biology. 13:(13)1086-1095.  Abstract


R Dorfman; Bz Shilo; Talila Volk (2002). Stripe provides cues synergizing with branchless to direct tracheal cell migratioin.  Developmental Biology. 252:(1)119-126.  Abstract
U Nudel; S Neuman; A Kaban; Talila Volk; David Yaffe (2002). The dystrophin/utrophin homologues in drosophia and sea urchin.  Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 199:S26-S26.  Abstract
Helit Nabel-Rosen; G Volohonsky; Adriana Reuveny; R Zaidel-Bar; Talila Volk (2002). Two isoforms of the Drosophila RNA binding protein, how, act in opposing directions to regulate tendon cell differentiation.  Developmental Cell. 2:(2)183-193.  Abstract


S Neuman; A Kaban; Talila Volk; David Yaffe; U Nudel (2001). The dystrophin/utrophin homologues in Drosophila and in sea urchin.  Gene. 263:(2-Jan)17-29.  Abstract


Talila Volk (1999). Singling out Drosophila tendon cells - a dialogue between two distinct cell types.  Trends in Genetics. 15:(11)448-453.  Abstract
Helit Nabel-Rosen; N Dorevitch; Adriana Reuveny; Talila Volk (1999). The balance between two isoforms of the Drosophila RNA-binding protein how controls tendon cell differentiation.  Molecular Cell. 4:(4)573-584.  Abstract
M Golembo; T Yarnitzky; Talila Volk; Bz Shilo (1999). Vein expression is induced by the EGF receptor pathway to provide a positive feedback loop in patterning the Drosophila embryonic ventral ectoderm.  Genes & Development. 13:(2)158-162.  Abstract


T Yarnitzky; L Min; Talila Volk (1998). An interplay between two EGF-receptor ligands, Vein and Spitz, is required for the formation of a subset of muscle precursors in Drosophila.  Mechanisms of Development. 79:(2-Jan)73-82.  Abstract
D Strumpf; Talila Volk (1998). Kakapo, a novel cytoskeletal-associated protein is essential for the restricted localization of the neuregulin-like factor, vein, at the muscle-tendon junction site.  Journal of Cell Biology. 143:(5)1259-1270.  Abstract


T Yarnitzky; L Min; Talila Volk (1997). The Drosophila neuregulin homolog Vein mediates inductive interactions between myotubes and their epidermal attachment cells.  Genes & Development. 11:(20)2691-2700.  Abstract
S Becker; G Pasca; D Strumpf; L Min; Talila Volk (1997). Reciprocal signaling between Drosophila epidermal muscle attachment cells and their corresponding muscles.  Development. 124:(13)2615-2622.  Abstract


M Beiman; Bz Shilo; Talila Volk (1996). Heartless, a Drosophila FGF receptor homolog, is essential for cell migration and establishment of several mesodermal lineages.  Genes & Development. 10:(23)2993-3002.  Abstract
Y Rosenberghasson; M Renertpasca; Talila Volk (1996). A Drosophila dystrophin-related protein, MSP-300, is required for embryonic muscle morphogenesis.  Mechanisms of Development. 60:(1)83-94.  Abstract
G Frommer; G Vorbruggen; G Pasca; H Jackle; Talila Volk (1996). Epidermal egr-like zinc finger protein of Drosophila participates in myotube guidance.  EMBO Journal. 15:(7)1642-1649.  Abstract


T Yarnitzky; Talila Volk (1995). Laminin is Required For Heart, Somatic Muscles, and Gut Development in the Drosophila Embryo.  Developmental Biology. 169:(2)609-618.  Abstract


Talila Volk; K Vijayraghavan (1994). A Central Role For Epidermal Segment Border Cells in the Induction of Muscle Patterning in the Drosophila Embryo.  Development. 120:(1)59-70.  Abstract
Talila Volk; D Strumpf; Y Rosenberghasson (1994). Genes Affecting Muscle Patterning in the Drosophila Embryo.  Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 485-485.  Abstract


Talila Volk (1992). A New Member of the Spectrin Superfamily May Participate in the Formation of Embryonic Muscle Attachments in Drosophila.  Development. 116:(3)721-&.  Abstract


Talila Volk; Tova Volberg; I Sabanay; Benjamin Geiger (1990). Cleavage of a-Cam by Endogenous Proteinases in Cultured Lens Cells and in Developing Chick-Embryos.  Developmental Biology. 139:(2)314-326.


Me Eppenberger; T Bachi; I Vollenweider; Talila Volk; Hm Eppenberger (1989). Myofibril Regeneration and Cell Cell-Interaction in Cultures of Adult-Rat Cardiomyocytes.  Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. 10:(2)154-154.  Abstract


Y Raphael; Talila Volk; Kl Crossin; Gm Edelman; Benjamin Geiger (1988). The Modulation of Cell-Adhesion Molecule Expression and Intercellular Junction Formation in the Developing Avian Inner-Ear.  Developmental Biology. 128:(1)222-235.
Talila Volk; Orly Cohen; Benjamin Geiger (1988). Formation of Adherens-Type Junctions Between a-Cam-Containing Lens Cells and l-Cam-Containing Liver-Cells.  Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility. 9:(1)94-95.  Abstract


Talila Volk; Orly Cohen; Benjamin Geiger (1987). Formation of Heterotypic Adherens-Type Junctions Between l-Cam-Containing Liver-Cells and a-Cam-Containing Lens Cells.  Cell. 50:(6)987-994.
Benjamin Geiger; Talila Volk; Tova Volberg; R Bendori (1987). Molecular-Interactions in Adherens-Type Contacts.  Journal of Cell Science. 251-272.


Talila Volk; Benjamin Geiger (1986). A-Cam - a 135-kd Receptor of Intercellular Adherens Junctions .2. Antibody-Mediated Modulation of Junction Formation.  Journal of Cell Biology. 103:(4)1451-1464.
Talila Volk; Benjamin Geiger (1986). A-Cam - a 135-kd Receptor of Intercellular Adherens Junctions .1. Immunoelectron Microscopic Localization and Biochemical-Studies.  Journal of Cell Biology. 103:(4)1441-1450.


Benjamin Geiger; Talila Volk; Tova Volberg (1985). Molecular Heterogeneity of Adherens Junctions.  Journal of Cell Biology. 101:(4)1523-1531.


Talila Volk; Benjamin Geiger; Adva Raz (1984). Motility and Adhesive Properties of High-Metastatic and Low-Metastatic Murine Neoplastic-Cells.  Cancer Research. 44:(2)811-824.
Talila Volk; Benjamin Geiger (1984). A 135-kd-Membrane Protein of Intercellular Adherens Junctions.  EMBO Journal. 3:(10)2249-2260.


La Segel; Talila Volk; Benjamin Geiger (1983). On Spatial Periodicity in the Formation of Cell Adhesions to a Substrate.  Cell Biophysics. 5:(2)95-104.