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  3. Rotem, N; Magen, I; Ionescu, A; Gershoni-Emek, N; Altman, T; Costa, CJ; Gradus, T; Pasmanik-Chor, M; Willis, DE; Ben-Dov, IZ; Hornstein, E; Perlson, E (2017). ALS Along the Axons - Expression of Coding and Noncoding RNA Differs in Axons of ALS models.  SCIENTIFIC REPORTS. 2017, 7 .
  4. Mandolesi, G; De Vito, F; Musella, A; Gentile, A; Bullitta, S; Fresegna, D; Sepman, H; Di Sanza, C; Haji, N; Mori, F; Buttari, F; Perlas, E; Ciotti, MT; Hornstein, E; Bozzoni, I; Presutti, C; Centonze, D (2017). miR-142-3p Is a Key Regulator of IL-1 beta-Dependent Synaptopathy in Neuroinflammation.  JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. 2017, 37 :546-561.
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  7. Emde, A; Eitan, C; Liou, L; Libby, R T; Rivkin, N; Magen, I; Reichenstein, I; Oppenheim, H; Eilam, R; Silvestroni, A; Alajajian, B; Ben-Dov, I Z; Aebischer, J; Savidor, A; Levin, Y; Sons, R; Hammond, S M; Ravits, J M; Moller, T; Hornstein, E (2015). Dysregulated miRNA biogenesis downstream of cellular stress and ALS-causing mutations: a new mechanism for ALS.  The EMBO journal. 2015, 34 :2633-51.
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  12. Magen, I; Hornstein, E (2014). Oligonucleotide-based therapy for neurodegenerative diseases.  Brain Research. 2014, 1584 :116-128.
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  14. Kaspi H, Chapnik E, Levy M, Beck G, Hornstein E, Soen Y. (2013). Brief report: miR-290-295 regulate embryonic stem cell differentiation propensities by repressing pax6.  Stem Cells. 2013, 31(10) :2266-72.
  15. Mandelbaum, AD; Melkman-Zehavi, T; Oren, R; Kredo-Russo, S; Nir, T; Dor, Y; Hornstein, E (2012). Dysregulation of Dicer1 in Beta Cells Impairs Islet Architecture and Glucose Metabolism.  Experimental Diabetes Research. 2012, .
  16. Chapnik, E; Rivkin, N; Mildner, A; Beck, G; Tirosh, I; Amir, G; Izraeli, S; Birger, Y; Jung, S; Hornstein, E (2012). A ROLE FOR MIR-142 IN MEGAKARYOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION.  Experimental Hematology. 2012, 40 :S68.
  17. Chapnik, E; Sasson, V; Blelloch, R; Hornstein, E (2012). Dgcr8 controls neural crest cells survival in cardiovascular development.  Developmental Biology. 2012, 362 :50-56.
  18. Itkin, T; Ludin, A; Gradus, B; Gur-Cohen, S; Kalinkovich, A; Schajnovitz, A; Ovadya, Y; Kollet, O; Canaani, J; Shezen, E; Coffin, DJ; Enikolopov, GN; Berg, T; Piacibello, W; Hornstein, E; Lapidot, T (2012). FGF-2 expands murine hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells via proliferation of stromal cells, c-Kit activation, and CXCL12 down-regulation.  Blood. 2012, 120 :1843-1855.
  19. Itkin, T; Ludin, A; Gur-Cohen, S; Ludwig, C; Brooks, R; Golan, K; Lapid, K; Caglio, G; Kerr, W; Kuchenbauer, F; Hornstein, E; Lapidot, T (2012). Microrna-155 Promotes Hematopoietic Stem and Progenitor Cell Mobilization and Proliferation.  Blood. 2012, 120 .
  20. Kredo-Russo, S; Mandelbaum, AD; Ness, A; Alon, I; Lennox, KA; Behlke, MA; Hornstein, E (2012). Pancreas-enriched miRNA refines endocrine cell differentiation.  Development. 2012, 139 :3021-3031.
  21. Kredo-Russo, S; Ness, A; Mandelbaum, AD; Walker, MD; Hornstein, E (2012). Regulation of Pancreatic microRNA-7 Expression.  Experimental Diabetes Research. 2012, .
  22. Barad, O; Mann, M; Chapnik, E; Shenoy, A; Blelloch, R; Barkai, N; Hornstein, E (2012). Efficiency and specificity in microRNA biogenesis.  Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. 2012, 19 :650-+.
  23. Haramati, S; Navon, I; Issler, O; Ezra-Nevo, G; Gil, S; Zwang, R; Hornstein, E; Chen, A (2011). microRNA as Repressors of Stress-Induced Anxiety: The Case of Amygdalar miR-34.  Journal Of Neuroscience. 2011, 31 :14191-14203.
  24. Lerman, G; Avivi, C; Mardoukh, C; Barzilai, A; Tessone, A; Gradus, B; Pavlotsky, F; Barshack, I; Polak-Charcon, S; Orenstein, A; Hornstein, E; Sidi, Y; Avni, D (2011). MiRNA Expression in Psoriatic Skin: Reciprocal Regulation of hsa-miR-99a and IGF-1R.  Plos One. 2011, 6 .
  25. Afek, Y; Alon, N; Barad, O; Hornstein, E; Barkai, N; Bar-Joseph, Z (2011). A Biological Solution to a Fundamental Distributed Computing Problem.  Science. 2011, 331 :183-185.
  26. Melkman-Zehavi, T; Oren, R; Kredo-Russo, S; Shapira, T; Mandelbaum, AD; Rivkin, N; Nir, T; Lennox, KA; Behlke, MA; Dor, Y; Hornstein, E (2011). miRNAs control insulin content in pancreatic beta-cells via downregulation of transcriptional repressors.  Embo Journal. 2011, 30 :835-845.
  27. Barad, O; Hornstein, E; Barkai, N (2011). Robust selection of sensory organ precursors by the Notch-Delta pathway.  Current Opinion In Cell Biology. 2011, 23 :663-667.
  28. Kredo-Russo, S; Hornstein, E (2011). MicroRNA Knock Down by Cholesterol-Conjugated Antisense Oligos in Mouse Organ Culture.  Micrornas In Development: Methods And Protocols. 2011, 732 :89-97.
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  30. Goljanek-Whysall, K; Sweetman, D; Abu-Elmagd, M; Chapnik, E; Dalmay, T; Hornstein, E; Munsterberg, A (2011). MicroRNA regulation of the paired-box transcription factor Pax3 confers robustness to developmental timing of myogenesis.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America. 2011, 108 :11936-11941.
  31. Gradus, B; Alon, I; Hornstein, E (2011). miRNAs control tracheal chondrocyte differentiation.  Developmental Biology. 2011, 360 :58-65.
  32. Hornstein, E (2010). miRNA activity directs stem cell commitment to a particular fate.  Cell Cycle. 2010, 9 :4041-4042.
  33. Mann, M; Barad, O; Agami, R; Geiger, B; Hornstein, E (2010). miRNA-based mechanism for the commitment of multipotent progenitors to a single cellular fate.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America. 2010, 107 :15804-15809.
  34. Navon, I; Haramati, S; Kuperman, Y; Melkman-Zehavi, T; Oren, R; Hornstein, E; Chen, A (2010). Dicer Is Essential for Islet Cells Survival..  Endocrine Reviews. 2010, 31 :S1650.
  35. Gradus, B; Hornstein, E (2010). Role of microRNA in Skeleton Development.  Bone And Development. 2010, 6 :81-91.
  36. Barad, O; Rosin, D; Hornstein, E; Barkai, N (2010). Error Minimization in Lateral Inhibition Circuits.  Science Signaling. 2010, 3 .
  37. Haramati, S; Chapnik, E; Sztainberg, Y; Eilam, R; Zwang, R; Gershoni, N; McGlinn, E; Heiser, PW; Wills, AM; Wirguin, I; Rubin, LL; Misawa, H; Tabin, CJ; Brown, R; Chen, A; Hornstein, E (2010). miRNA malfunction causes spinal motor neuron disease.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America. 2010, 107 :13111-13116.
  38. Friedman, L; Dror, A; Mor, E; Tenne, T; Toren, G; Satoh, T; Shomron, N; Fekete, D; Hornstein, E; Avraham, K (2009). MicroRNAs are essential for development and function of inner ear hair cells in vertebrates.  Febs Journal. 2009, 276 :366.
  39. Friedman, LM; Dror, AA; Mor, E; Tenne, T; Toren, G; Satoh, T; Biesemeier, DJ; Shomron, N; Fekete, DM; Hornstein, E; Avraham, KB (2009). MicroRNAs are essential for development and function of inner ear hair cells in vertebrates.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America. 2009, 106 :7915-7920.
  40. Shomron, N; Golan, D; Hornstein, E (2009). An Evolutionary Perspective of Animal MicroRNAs and Their Targets.  Journal Of Biomedicine And Biotechnology. 2009, .
  41. Avnit-Sagi, T; Kantorovich, L; Kredo-Russo, S; Hornstein, E; Walker, MD (2009). Regulating the Regulators: Transcriptional Control of miRNA Gene Expression.  Human Gene Therapy. 2009, 20 :533.
  42. Avnit-Sagi, T; Kantorovich, L; Kredo-Russo, S; Hornstein, E; Walker, MD (2009). The Promoter of the pri-miR-375 Gene Directs Expression Selectively to the Endocrine Pancreas.  Plos One. 2009, 4 .
  43. Chapnik, E; Blelloch, R; Hornstein, E (2009). Ablation of Dgcr8 in neural crest cells leads to cardiovascular defects reminiscent of DiGeorge syndrome.  Mechanisms Of Development. 2009, 126 :S129.
  44. Drukker, M; Katchman, H; Katz, G; Friedman, SET; Shezen, E; Hornstein, E; Mandelboim, O; Reisner, Y; Benvenisty, N (2006). Human embryonic stem cells and their differentiated derivatives are less susceptible to immune rejection than adult cells.  Stem Cells. 2006, 24 :221-229.
  45. Hornstein, E; Shomron, N (2006). Canalization of development by microRNAs.  Nature Genetics. 2006, 38 :S20-S24.