Publications

2018

  1. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Michal Schwartz (2018). Targeting neuro–immune communication in neurodegeneration: Challenges and opportunities.  Journal of Experimental Medicine. 215:(11)2702-2704.  Abstract
  2. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Ido Amit; Michal Schwartz (2018). Microglial immune checkpoint mechanisms.  Nature Neuroscience. 21:(6)779-786.  Abstract
  3. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Hadas Keren-Shaul; Assaf Weiner; Marco Colonna; Michal Schwartz; Ido Amit (2018). Disease-Associated Microglia: A Universal Immune Sensor of Neurodegeneration.  Cell. 173:(5)1073-1081.  Abstract

2017

  1. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Orit Matcovitch-Natan; Afroditi Tsitsou-Kampeli et_al. (2017). Mef2C restrains microglial inflammatory response and is lost in brain ageing in an IFN-I-dependent manner.  Nature Communications. 8.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz (2017). Can immunotherapy treat neurodegeneration?.  Science. 357:(6348)254-255.
  3. Hadas Keren-Shaul; Amit Spinrad; Assaf Weiner et_al. (2017). A Unique Microglia Type Associated with Restricting Development of Alzheimer's Disease.  Cell. 169:(7)1276-+.  Abstract
  4. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Michal Schwartz (2017). NIX-ing mitochondria: from development to pathology.  EMBO Journal. 36:(12)1650-1652.  Abstract
  5. Merav Cohen; Hila Ben-Yehuda; Ziv Porat; Catarina Raposo; Siamon Gordon; Michal Schwartz (2017). Newly Formed Endothelial Cells Regulate Myeloid Cell Activity Following Spinal Cord Injury via Expression of CD200 Ligand.  Journal of Neuroscience. 37:(4)972-985.  Abstract

2016

  1. Michal Schwartz; Aleksandra Deczkowska (2016). Neurological Disease as a Failure of Brain-Immune Crosstalk: The Multiple Faces of Neuroinflammation.  Trends in Immunology. 37:(10)668-679.  Abstract
  2. Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz (2016). Circulating Monocytes in between the Gut and the Mind.  Cell Stem Cell. 18:(6)689-91.  Abstract
  3. Inbal Benhar; Kitty Reemst; Vyacheslav Kalchenko; Michal Schwartz (2016). The retinal pigment epithelium as a gateway for monocyte trafficking into the eye.  EMBO Journal. 35:(11)1219-35.  Abstract
  4. Orit Matcovitch-Natan; Deborah R Winter; Amir Giladi et_al. (2016). Microglia development follows a stepwise program to regulate brain homeostasis.  Science (New York, N.Y.). 353:(6301)aad8670.  Abstract
  5. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Michal Schwartz (2016). Making Ends Meet: Myeloid Cells Catalyze Blood Vessel Repair in the Brain.  Immunity. 44:(5)1081-1083.  Abstract
  6. Somsak Wattananit; Daniel Tornero; Nadine Graubardt et_al. (2016). Monocyte-Derived Macrophages Contribute to Spontaneous Long-Term Functional Recovery after Stroke in Mice.  Journal of Neuroscience. 36:(15)4182-4195.  Abstract
  7. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz (2016). Type I/Ii Interferon Balance In The Regulation Of Brain Physiology And Pathology.  Trends in Immunology. 37:(3)181-192.  Abstract
  8. Kuti Baruch; Aleksandra Deczkowska; Neta Rosenzweig et_al. (2016). PD-1 immune checkpoint blockade reduces pathology and improves memory in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease.  Nature Medicine. 22:(2)135-137.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz; Anat London (2016). Of Sound Mind.  Natural History. 123:(10)34-38.

2015

  1. Kuti Baruch; Neta Rosenzweig ; Alexander Kertser et_al. (2015). Breaking immune tolerance by targeting Foxp3(+) regulatory T cells mitigates Alzheimer's disease pathology.  Nat Commun. 6.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz (2015). Fighting Alzheimer's disease and brain aging neuroinflammation via the brain's choroid plexus.  GLIA. 63:E45-E45.  Abstract
  3. Kuti Baruch; Alexander Kertser; Ziv Porat; Michal Schwartz (2015). Cerebral nitric oxide represses choroid plexus NFκB-dependent gateway activity for leukocyte trafficking.  The EMBO Journal. 34:(13)1816-28.  Abstract
  4. J Wen; J Doerner; K Weidenheim et_al. (2015). TNF-like weak inducer of apoptosis promotes blood brain barrier disruption and increases neuronal cell death in MRL/lpr mice.  Journal of Autoimmunity. 60:40-50.  Abstract
  5. Inbal Benhar; Kitty Reemst; Michal Schwartz (2015). The retinal pigment epithelium as a gateway for healing macrophages into the retina.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 56:(7)  Abstract
  6. Catarina Raposo; Michal Schwartz (2015). The Interplay between the Peripheral and Local Immune Response in Recovery from Acute Central Nervous System Injuries.  NEUROINFLAMMATION: NEW INSIGHTS INTO BENEFICIAL AND DETRIMENTAL FUNCTIONS. 175-187.
  7. Gilad Kunis; Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz (2015). Immunization with a Myelin-Derived Antigen Activates the Brain's Choroid Plexus for Recruitment of Immunoregulatory Cells to the CNS and Attenuates Disease Progression in a Mouse Model of ALS.  The Journal of Neuroscience. 35:(16)6381-6393.

2014

  1. Merav Cohen; Orit Matcovitch; Eyal David et_al. (2014). Chronic exposure to TGF beta 1 regulates myeloid cell inflammatory response in an IRF7-dependent manner.  EMBO Journal. 33:(24)2906-2921.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz; Kuti Baruch (2014). Breaking peripheral immune tolerance to CNS antigens in neurodegenerative diseases: Boosting autoimmunity to fight-off chronic neuroinflammation.  Journal of Autoimmunity. 54:8-14.  Abstract
  3. Catarina Raposo; Michal Schwartz (2014). Glial Scar and Immune Cell Involvement in Tissue Remodeling and Repair Following Acute CNS Injuries.  GLIA. 62:(11)1895-1904.  Abstract
  4. Catarina Raposo; Michal Schwartz (2014). Central nervous system repair requires both effector and regulatory T cells with distinct temporal and spatial profiles.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 275:(2-Jan)206-207.  Abstract
  5. Catarina Raposo; Merav Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2014). Formation of meningeal tertiary lymphoid-like structures following acute spinal cord injury supports chronic inflammation in the injured central nervous system.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 275:(2-Jan)169-169.  Abstract
  6. Inbal Benhar; Kitty Reemst; Michal Schwartz (2014). Immune cell entry and function in retinal repair.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 275:(2-Jan)55-55.  Abstract
  7. Aleksandra Deczkowska; Kuti Baruch; Eyal David et_al. (2014). Aging-induced immunological signature of the brain's choroid plexus negatively regulates neurogenesis and cognitive function.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 275:(2-Jan)124-124.  Abstract
  8. Orit Matcovitch; Merav Cohen; Eyal David et_al. (2014). The central nervous system microenvironment imprints microglial inability to switch from pro- to anti-inflammatory phenotype.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 275:(2-Jan)162-162.  Abstract
  9. Kuti Baruch; Aleksandra Deczkowska; Eyal David et_al. (2014). Aging-induced type I interferon response at the choroid plexus negatively affects brain function.  Science. 346:(6205)89-93.  Abstract
  10. Neta Rosenzweig; Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz (2014). Immune-based activation, rather than suppression, for curing Alzheimer's disease.  Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 53:S108-S108.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; Catarina Raposo (2014). Protective Autoimmunity: A Unifying Model for the Immune Network Involved in CNS Repair.  Neuroscientist. 20:(4)343-358.  Abstract
  12. Catarina Raposo; Nadine Graubardt; Merav Cohen; Chen Eitan; Anat London; Tamara Berkutzki; Michal Schwartz (2014). CNS Repair Requires Both Effector and Regulatory T Cells with Distinct Temporal and Spatial Profiles.  Journal of Neuroscience. 34:(31)10141-10155.  Abstract
  13. Michal Schwartz; Kuti Baruch (2014). The resolution of neuroinflammation in neurodegeneration: leukocyte recruitment via the choroid plexus.  EMBO Journal. 33:(1)7-20.  Abstract

2013

  1. Gilad Kunis; Kuti Baruch; Neta Rosenzweig; Alexander Kertser; Omer Miller; Tamara Berkutzki; Michal Schwartz (2013). IFN-gamma-dependent activation of the brain's choroid plexus for CNS immune surveillance and repair.  Brain. 136:3427-3440.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz; Jonathan Kipnis; Serge Rivest; Alexandre Prat (2013). How Do Immune Cells Support and Shape the Brain in Health, Disease, and Aging?.  Journal of Neuroscience. 33:(45)17587-17596.  Abstract
  3. Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz (2013). CNS-specific T cells shape brain function via the choroid plexus.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 34:11-16.  Abstract
  4. Anat London; Inbal Benhar; Mary J. Mattapallil; Matthias Mack; Rachel R. Caspi; Michal Schwartz (2013). Functional Macrophage Heterogeneity in a Mouse Model of Autoimmune Central Nervous System Pathology.  Journal of Immunology. 190:(7)3570-3578.  Abstract
  5. Anat London; Merav Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2013). Microglia and monocyte-derived macrophages: functionally distinct populations that act in concert in CNS plasticity and repair.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 7.  Abstract
  6. Ravid Shechter; Anat London; Michal Schwartz (2013). Orchestrated leukocyte recruitment to immune-privileged sites: absolute barriers versus educational gates.  Nature Reviews Immunology. 13:(3)206-218.  Abstract
  7. Ravid Shechter; Omer Miller; Gili Yovel et_al. (2013). Recruitment of Beneficial M2 Macrophages to Injured Spinal Cord Is Orchestrated by Remote Brain Choroid Plexus.  Immunity. 38:(3)555-569.  Abstract
  8. Ravid Shechter; Anat London; Yael Kuperman; Ayal Ronen; Asya Rolls; Alon Chen; Michal Schwartz (2013). Hypothalamic neuronal toll-like receptor 2 protects against age-induced obesity.  Scientific Reports. 3.  Abstract
  9. Kuti Baruch; Harel, Noga Ron Harel; Hilah Gal et_al. (2013). CNS-specific immunity at the choroid plexus shifts toward destructive Th2 inflammation in brain aging.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110:(6)2264-2269.  Abstract
  10. Ravid Shechter; Michal Schwartz (2013). Harnessing monocyte-derived macrophages to control central nervous system pathologies: no longer 'if' but 'how'.  Journal of Pathology. 229:(2)332-346.  Abstract
  11. Anat London; Inbal Benhar; Michal Schwartz (2013). The retina as a window to the brain-from eye research to CNS disorders.  Nature Reviews Neurology. 9:(1)44-53.  Abstract

2012

  1. Kuti Baruch; Gilad Kunis; Neta Rosenzweig; Michal Schwartz (2012). A two-signal model for the activation of the blood-CSF barrier for immune cells trafficking.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 253:(2-Jan)88-88.  Abstract
  2. Catarina Raposo; Chen Cepelovich; Roy Atia; Michal Schwartz (2012). Bridging effector and regulatory T cells via resolving macrophages: The beneficial cross-talk of the innate and adaptive immune system following spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 253:(2-Jan)129-129.  Abstract
  3. Silvia Snider; Eti Yoles; Angela Ruban-Matuzani; Gianvito Martino; Michal Schwartz (2012). Human monocytes promote recovery from an animal model of spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 253:(2-Jan)176-176.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz; Kuti Baruch (2012). Vaccine for the mind Immunity against self at the choroid plexus for erasing biochemical consequences of stressful episodes.  Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics. 8:(10)1465-1468.  Abstract
  5. Zaal Kokaia; Gianvito Martino; Michal Schwartz; Olle Lindvall (2012). Cross-talk between neural stem cells and immune cells: the key to better brain repair?.  Nature Neuroscience. 15:(8)1078-1087.  Abstract
  6. Arseny Finkelstein; Gilad Kunis; Tamara Berkutzki et_al. (2012). Immunomodulation by poly-YE reduces organophosphate-induced brain damage.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 26:(1)159-169.  Abstract
  7. Steffen Jung; Michal Schwartz (2012). Non-identical twins - microglia and monocyte-derived macrophages in acute injury and autoimmune inflammation.  Frontiers in Immunology. 3.  Abstract

2011

  1. Ravid Shechter; Catarina Raposo; Anat London; Irit Sagi; Michal Schwartz (2011). The Glial Scar-Monocyte Interplay: A Pivotal Resolution Phase in Spinal Cord Repair.  PLoS One. 6:(12)  Abstract
  2. Ilan Vaknin; Gilad Kunis; Omer Miller et_al. (2011). Excess Circulating Alternatively Activated Myeloid (M2) Cells Accelerate ALS Progression While Inhibiting Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis.  PLoS One. 6:(11)  Abstract
  3. Gianvito Martino; Stefano Pluchino; Luca Bonfanti; Michal Schwartz (2011). BRAIN REGENERATION IN PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY: THE IMMUNE SIGNATURE DRIVING THERAPEUTIC PLASTICITY OF NEURAL STEM CELLS.  Physiological Reviews. 91:(4)1281-1304.  Abstract
  4. Arseny Finkelstein; Gilad Kunis; Akop Seksenyan; Ayal Ronen; Tamara Berkutzki; David Azoulay; Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui; Michal Schwartz (2011). Abnormal Changes in NKT Cells, the IGF-1 Axis, and Liver Pathology in an Animal Model of ALS.  PLoS One. 6:(8)  Abstract
  5. Michal Schwartz; Jonathan Kipnis (2011). A conceptual revolution in the relationships between the brain and immunity.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 25:(5)817-819.
  6. Noga Ron-Hare; Michal Cardon; Michal Schwartz (2011). Brain homeostasis is maintained by "danger" signals stimulating a supportive immune response within the brain's borders.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 25:(5)1036-1043.  Abstract
  7. Ravid Shechter; Kuti Baruch; Michal Schwartz; A. Rolls (2011). Touch gives new life: mechanosensation modulates spinal cord adult neurogenesis.  Molecular Psychiatry. 16:(3)342-352.  Abstract
  8. Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui; Yosef Koronyo; Alexander V. Ljubimov; Carol A. Miller; MinHee K. Ko; Keith L. Black; Michal Schwartz; Daniel L. Farkas (2011). Identification of amyloid plaques in retinas from Alzheimer's patients and noninvasive in vivo optical imaging of retinal plaques in a mouse model.  NeuroImage. 54:S204-S217.  Abstract
  9. Anat London; Elena Itskovich; Inbal Benhar; Vyacheslav Kalchenko; Matthias Mack; Steffen Jung; Michal Schwartz (2011). Neuroprotection and progenitor cell renewal in the injured adult murine retina requires healing monocyte-derived macrophages.  Journal of Experimental Medicine. 208:(1)23-39.  Abstract
  10. Michal Cardon; G. M. Lewitus; Michal Schwartz (2011). Kisspeptin is a Physiological Regulator of Behaviour.  NeuroImmunoModulation. 18:(6)367-368.  Abstract

2010

  1. Michal Schwartz (2010). Tissue-repairing blood-derived macrophages are essential for healing of the injured spinal cord: From skin-activated macrophages to infiltrating blood-derived cells?.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 24:(7)1054-1057.  Abstract
  2. Akop Seksenyan; Harel, Noga Ron Harel; David Azoulay et_al. (2010). Thymic involution, a co-morbidity factor in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. 14:(10)2470-2482.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz; Ravid Shechter (2010). Systemic inflammatory cells fight off neurodegenerative disease.  Nature Reviews Neurology. 6:(7)405-410.  Abstract
  4. Michal Cardon; Harel, Noga Ron Harel; Hagai Cohen; G. M. Lewitus; Michal Schwartz (2010). Dysregulation of kisspeptin and neurogenesis at adolescence link inborn immune deficits to the late onset of abnormal sensorimotor gating in congenital psychological disorders.  Molecular Psychiatry. 15:(4)415-425.  Abstract
  5. Michal Schwartz; Ravid Shechter (2010). Protective autoimmunity functions by intracranial immunosurveillance to support the mind: The missing link between health and disease.  Molecular Psychiatry. 15:(4)342-354.  Abstract
  6. Michal Schwartz (2010). The emergence of a new science of the mind: immunology benefits the mind.  Molecular Psychiatry. 15:(4)337-338.
  7. Michal Schwartz; Anat London (2010). Immunology and Glaucoma.  Glaucoma Book: A Practical, Evidence-Based Approach To Patient Care. 925-931.
  8. Anat London; Elena Itskovich; Michal Schwartz (2010). Infiltrating Monocyte-derived Macrophages Enhance Progenitor Cell Renewal and Support Survival of Retinal Ganglion Cells in the Adult Retina following an Insult.  Clinical Immunology. 135:S36-S36.  Abstract

2009

  1. Michal Schwartz (2009). IMMUNE CELLS CONTROL ADULT BRAIN PLASTICITY: COGNITION, NEUROGENESIS, AND MENTAL CAPABILITY.  GLIA. 57:(13)S17-S17.  Abstract
  2. Harel, Noga Ron Harel; Michal Schwartz (2009). Immune senescence and brain aging: can rejuvenation of immunity reverse memory loss?.  Trends in Neurosciences. 32:(7)367-375.  Abstract
  3. Ravid Shechter; Anat London; Chen Varol et_al. (2009). Infiltrating Blood-Derived Macrophages Are Vital Cells Playing an Anti-inflammatory Role in Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury in Mice.  PLoS Medicine. 6:(7)  Abstract
  4. G. M. Lewitus; Michal Schwartz (2009). Behavioral immunization: immunity to self-antigens contributes to psychological stress resilience.  Molecular Psychiatry. 14:(5)532-536.  Abstract
  5. Michal Schwartz (2009). THE IMMUNE SYSTEM PROTECTS AGAINST BRAIN AGING AND MENTAL DYSFUNCTION: ANTI-DEPRESSION AND ANTI-MEMORY LOSS VACCINATIONS.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 108:19-19.  Abstract
  6. Asya Rolls; Ravid Shechter; Michal Schwartz (2009). NEURON - GLIA INTERACTIONS - OPINION The bright side of the glial scar in CNS repair.  Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 10:(3)235-U91.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; A. London; Ravid Shechter (2009). BOOSTING T-CELL IMMUNITY AS A THERAPEUTIC APPROACH FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE CONDITIONS: THE ROLE OF INNATE IMMUNITY.  Neuroscience. 158:(3)1133-1142.  Abstract
  8. Gil M. Lewitus; Adi Wilf-Yarkoni; Yaniv Ziv; Simon, Maytal Shabat Simon; Roman Gersner; Abraham Zangen; Michal Schwartz (2009). Vaccination as a Novel Approach for Treating Depressive Behavior.  Biological Psychiatry. 65:(4)283-288.  Abstract
  9. Gerald Stoeber; Dorit Ben-Shachar; Michal Cardon et_al. (2009). Schizophrenia: From the brain to peripheral markers. A consensus paper of the WFSBP task force on biological markers.  World Journal of Biological Psychiatry. 10:(2)127-155.  Abstract

2008

  1. Yaniv Ziv; Michal Schwartz (2008). Orchestrating brain-cell renewal: the role of immune cells in adult neurogenesis in health and disease.  Trends in Molecular Medicine. 14:(11)471-478.  Abstract
  2. Ravid Shechter; Ayal Ronen; Asya Rolls; Anat London; Sharon Bakalash; Michael J. Young; Michal Schwartz (2008). Toll-like receptor 4 restricts retinal progenitor cell proliferation.  Journal of Cell Biology. 183:(3)393-400.  Abstract
  3. Harel, Noga Ron Harel; Yair Segev; G. M. Lewitus et_al. (2008). Age-Dependent Spatial Memory Loss Can Be Partially Restored by Immune Activation.  Rejuvenation Research. 11:(5)903-913.  Abstract
  4. Gil M. Lewitus; Hagit Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2008). Reducing post-traumatic anxiety by immunization.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 22:(7)1108-1114.  Abstract
  5. Harel, Noga Ron Harel; Yifat Segev; Michal Cardon; Michal Schwartz (2008). Immune senescence plays a role in cognitive senescence.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 203:(2)188-188.  Abstract
  6. Lewitus Gil; Wilf-Yarkoni Adi; Ziv Yaniv; Shabat-Sirnon Maytal; Roman Gersner; Abraham Zangen; Michal Schwartz (2008). Immunological approach for treating stress-induced pathologies.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 203:(2)152-152.  Abstract
  7. Pablo Villoslada; Beatriz Moreno; Ignacio Melero et_al. (2008). Immunotherapy for neurological diseases.  Clinical Immunology. 128:(3)294-305.  Abstract
  8. Asya Rolls; Ravid Shechter; Anat London; Yifat Segev; Jasmin Jacob-Hirsch; Ninette Amariglio; Gidon Rechavi; Michal Schwartz (2008). Two faces of chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan in spinal cord repair: A role in microglia/macrophage activation.  PLoS Medicine. 5:(8)1262-1277.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz (2008). Unique role of autoimmune T cells anti blood-borne monocytes in recovery from spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 197:(2)160-160.  Abstract
  10. Michal Schwartz; Yaniv Ziv (2008). Immunity to self and self-maintenance: what can tumor immunology teach us about ALS and Alzheimer's disease?.  Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. 29:(6)287-293.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; Yaniv Ziv (2008). Immunity to self and self-maintenance: a unified theory of brain pathologies.  Trends in Immunology. 29:(5)211-219.  Abstract
  12. A. Rolls; H. Schori; A. London; Michal Schwartz (2008). Decrease in hippocampal neurogenesis during pregnancy: a link to immunity.  Molecular Psychiatry. 13:(5)468-469.
  13. Michal Schwartz (2008). Immune cells and immune-related molecules expressed on adult neural stem cells are involved in maintenance and renewal of the CNS.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 104:80-80.  Abstract
  14. Yaniv Ziv; Michal Schwartz (2008). Immune-based regulation of adult neurogenesis: Implications for learning and memory.  Brain Behavior And Immunity. 22:(2)167-176.  Abstract
  15. Michal Schwartz; Shay Bukshpan; Gilad Kunis (2008). Application of glatiramer acetate to neurodegenerative diseases beyond multiple sclerosis - The need for disease-specific approaches.  BioDrugs. 22:(5)293-299.  Abstract
  16. Gennady Landa; Oleg Butovsky; Johai Shoshani; Michal Schwartz; Ayala Pollack (2008). Weekly Vaccination with Copaxone (Glatiramer Acetate) as a Potential Therapy for Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration.  Current Eye Research. 33:(12-Nov)1011-1013.  Abstract
  17. Michal Schwartz; Anat London (2008). Glaucoma as a neuropathy amenable to neuroprotection and immune manipulation.  Glaucoma: An Open Window To Neurodegeneration And Neuroprotection. 375-384.  Abstract

2007

  1. Serge Rossignol; Martin Schwab; Michal Schwartz; Michael G. Fehlings (2007). Spinal cord injury: Time to move?.  Journal of Neuroscience. 27:(44)11782-11792.  Abstract
  2. Ravid Shechter; Yaniv Ziv; Michal Schwartz (2007). New GABAergic Interneurons supported by myelin-specific T cells are formed in intact adult spinal cord.  Stem Cells. 25:(9)2277-2282.  Abstract
  3. Asya Rolls; Ravid Shechter; Anat London; Yaniv Ziv; Ayal Ronen; Rinat Levy; Michal Schwartz (2007). Toll-like receptors modulate adult hippocampal neurogenesis.  Nature Cell Biology. 9:(9)1081-U61.  Abstract
  4. Oleg Butovsky; Shay Bukshpan; Gilad Kunis; Steffen Jung; Michal Schwartz (2007). Microglia can be induced by IFN-gamma or IL-4 to express neural or dendritic-like markers.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 35:(3)490-500.  Abstract
  5. Oleg Butovsky; Gilad Kunis; Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui; Michal Schwartz (2007). Selective ablation of bone marrow-derived dendritic cells increases amyloid plaques in a mouse Alzheimer's disease model.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 26:(2)413-416.  Abstract
  6. Michal Schwartz (2007). Modulating the immune system: a vaccine for glaucoma?.  Canadian Journal Of Ophthalmology-Journal Canadien D Ophtalmologie. 42:(3)439-441.  Abstract
  7. Sharon Bakalash; Asya Rolls; Ofer Lider; Michal Schwartz (2007). Chondroitin sulfate-derived disaccharide protects retinal cells from elevated intraocular pressure in aged and immunocompromised rats.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 48:(3)1181-1190.  Abstract
  8. Hadas Schori; Ravid Shechter; Idit Shachar; Michal Schwartz (2007). Genetic manipulation of CD74 in mouse strains of different backgrounds can result in opposite responses to central nervous system injury.  Journal of Immunology. 178:(1)163-171.  Abstract

2006

  1. Yaniv Ziv; N. Ron; O. Butovsky; Arseny Finkelstein; G. Landa; Hagai Cohen; Ester Yoles; J. Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2006). Immune cells contribute to adult neurogenesis.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 178:111-111.  Abstract
  2. Noga Ron; Dvir Netanely; Jacob Bock Axelsen; Yael Shani; Hagit Cohen; Eytan Domany; Gideon Rechavi; Michal Schwartz (2006). Immune cells contribution to hippocampal plasticity is age-dependent, and correlates with local modulation of gene expression.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 178:111-111.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz (2006). T-cell based therapy operates in synergy with adult neural stem cells for neuronal survival and renewal: implications for Alzheimer's disease.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 178:21-21.  Abstract
  4. G. Frenkel; E. Katzav; Michal Schwartz; N. Sochen (2006). Distribution of anomalous exponents of natural images.  Physical Review Letters. 97:(10)  Abstract
  5. Yaniv Ziv; Hila Avidan; Stefano Pluchino; Gianvito Martino; Michal Schwartz (2006). Synergy between immune cells and adult neural stem/progenitor cells promotes functional recovery from spinal cord injury.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103:(35)13174-13179.  Abstract
  6. Oleg Butovsky; Maya Koronyo-Hamaoui; Gilad Kunis; Eran Ophir; Gennady Landa; Hagit Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2006). Glatiramer acetate fights against Alzheimer's disease by inducing dendritic-like microglia expressing insulin-like growth factor 1.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103:(31)11784-11789.  Abstract
  7. E Katzav; SF Edwards; Michal Schwartz (2006). Structure below the growing surface.  Europhysics Letters. 75:(1)29-35.  Abstract
  8. GM Lewitus; J Kipnis; H Avidan; Avi Ben-Nun; Michal Schwartz (2006). Neuroprotection induced by mucosal tolerance is epitope-dependent: Conflicting effects in different strains.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 175:(2-Jan)31-38.  Abstract
  9. Hagai Cohen; Yaniv Ziv; Michal Cardon; Z Kaplan; MA Matar; Y Gidron; Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2006). Maladaptation to mental stress mitigated by the adaptive immune system via depletion of naturally occurring regulatory CD4+CD25+cells.  Developmental Neurobiology. 66:(6)552-563.  Abstract
  10. O Butovsky; G Landa; Gilad Kunis et_al. (2006). Induction and blockage of oligodendrogenesis by differently activated microglia in an animal model of multiple sclerosis.  Journal of Clinical Investigation. 116:(4)905-915.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; Oleg Butovsky; Jonathan Kipnis (2006). Does Inflammation in an Autoimmune Disease Differ from Inflammation in Neurodegenerative Diseases? Possible Implications for Therapy.  Journal of NeuroImmune Pharmacology. 1:(1)4-10.  Abstract
  12. J Kipnis; Michal Cardon; RD Strous; Michal Schwartz (2006). Loss of autoimmune T cells correlates with brain diseases: possible implications for schizophrenia?.  Trends in Molecular Medicine. 12:(3)107-112.  Abstract
  13. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (2006). Immune-based therapy for spinal cord repair: Autologous macrophages and beyond.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 23:(4-Mar)360-370.  Abstract
  14. Michal Schwartz; O Butovsky; W Bruck; UK Hanisch (2006). Microglial phenotype: is the commitment reversible?.  Trends in Neurosciences. 29:(2)68-74.  Abstract
  15. Yaniv Ziv; N Ron; O Butovsky; G Landa; E Sudai; Nili Greenberg; Hagai Cohen; J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2006). Immune cells contribute to the maintenance of neurogenesis and spatial learning abilities in adulthood.  Nature Neuroscience. 9:(2)268-275.  Abstract
  16. A Rolls; Liora Cahalon; S Bakalash; H Avidan; O Lider; Michal Schwartz (2006). A sulfated disaccharide derived from chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan protects against inflammation-associated neurodegeneration.  FASEB Journal. 20:(1)547-+.  Abstract
  17. O Butovsky; Yaniv Ziv; Alon Schwartz; G Landa; AE Talpalar; S Pluchino; G Martino; Michal Schwartz (2006). Microglia activated by IL-4 or IFN-gamma differentially induce neurogenesis and oligodendrogenesis from adult stem/progenitor cells.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 31:(1)149-160.  Abstract
  18. Yaniv Ziv; N. Ron; H. Avidan; A. Finkelstien; O. Butovsky; J. Kipnis; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2006). Immune cell-based regulation of adult neurogenesis.  8Th International Congress Of Neuroimmunology. 387-391.  Abstract
  19. Asya Rolls; Michal Schwartz (2006). Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycan and its Degradation Products in CNS Repair.  Chondroitin Sulfate: Structure, Role And Pharmacological Activity. 357-374.

2005

  1. S Bakalash; Shlomo, G Ben Shlomo; Etay Aloni; I Shaked; L Wheeler; R Ofri; Michal Schwartz (2005). T-cell-based vaccination for morphological and functional neuroprotection in a rat model of chronically elevated intraocular pressure.  Journal Of Molecular Medicine-Jmm. 83:(11)904-916.  Abstract
  2. H Avidan; Yaniv Ziv; S Pluchino; G Martino; Michal Schwartz (2005). A synergy between T-cell based vaccination and transplantation of neural stem cells in promoting motor recovery after spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 22:(10)1196-1196.  Abstract
  3. O Butovsky; G Landa; Yaniv Ziv; H Avidan; Nili Greenberg; Alon Schwartz; Gilad Kunis; Michal Schwartz (2005). IL-4-activated microglia support neurogenesis and oligodendrogenesis in rodent models of Alzheimer's disease and Multiple Sclerosis.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 22:(10)1220-1220.  Abstract
  4. G Ben-Shlomo; S Bakalash; GN Lambrou; E Latour; WW Dawson; Michal Schwartz; R Ofri (2005). Pattern electroretinography in a rat model of ocular hypertension: functional evidence for early detection of inner retinal damage.  Experimental Eye Research. 81:(3)340-349.  Abstract
  5. H Schori; E Robenshtok; Michal Schwartz; A Hourvitz (2005). Post-intoxication vaccination for protection of neurons against the toxicity of nerve agents.  Toxicological Sciences. 87:(1)163-168.  Abstract
  6. N Knoller; G Auerbach; V Fulga et_al. (2005). Clinical experience using incubated autologous macrophages as a treatment for complete spinal cord injury: Phase I study results.  Journal Of Neurosurgery-Spine. 3:(3)173-181.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz (2005). Lessons for glaucoma from other neurodegenerative diseases: Can one treatment suit them all?.  Journal of Glaucoma. 14:(4)321-323.  Abstract
  8. O Butovsky; AE Talpalar; Yaakov, Keren Ben Yaakov; Michal Schwartz (2005). Activation of microglia by aggregated beta-amyloid or lipopolysaccharide impairs MHC-II expression and renders them cytotoxic whereas IFN-gamma and IL-4 render them protective.  Molecular And Cellular Neuroscience. 29:(3)381-393.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2005). Protective autoimmunity and neuroprotection in inflammatory and noninflammatory neurodegenerative diseases.  Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 233:(2-Jan)163-166.  Abstract
  10. E Hauben; MG Roncarolo; U Nevo; Michal Schwartz (2005). Beneficial autoimmunity in Type 1 diabetes mellitus.  Trends in Immunology. 26:(5)248-253.  Abstract
  11. I Shaked; D Tchoresh; R Gersner; G Meiri; S Mordechai; X Xiao; RP Hart; Michal Schwartz (2005). Protective autoimmunity: interferon-gamma enables microglia to remove glutamate without evoking inflammatory mediators.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 92:(5)997-1009.  Abstract
  12. A Rolls; Liora Cahalon; S Bakalash; H Schori; H Avidan; Michal Schwartz (2005). Reappraisal of the role of glial sear in central nervous system repair: An immunornodulatory factor.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S53-S53.  Abstract
  13. N Ron; Yaniv Ziv; E Sudai; J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2005). Restoring adult neurogenesis by immune reconstitution.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S53-S53.  Abstract
  14. O Butovsky; M Koronyo-Hamaoui; Gilad Kunis; Eran Ophir; G Landa; Hagai Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2005). T-cell based vaccination restores cognition, removes plaque, and induces neurogenesis in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S14-S14.  Abstract
  15. J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2005). Controlled autoimmunity in CNS maintenance and repair - Naturally occurring CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-cells at the crossroads of health and disease.  NeuroMolecular Medicine. 7:(3)197-206.  Abstract
  16. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2005). Therapeutic T cell-based vaccination for neurodegenerative disorders - The role of CD4(+)CD25(+) regulatory T cells.  Autoimmune Diseases And Treatment: Organ-Specific And Systemic Disorders. 1051:701-708.  Abstract
  17. H Avidan; Yaniv Ziv; S Mordechai; Michal Schwartz; S Pluchino; G Martino (2005). A synergy between T-cell based vaccination and transplantation of neural stem cells in promoting motor recovery after spinal cord injury.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S3-S3.  Abstract
  18. GM Lewitus; R Hallworth; H Xiong; HE Gendelman; Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2005). CD4+CD25-effector T cells inhibit high-frequency induce long term potentiation in acute hippocampal slices.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S40-S40.  Abstract
  19. Michal Cardon; J Kipnis; R Strauss; S Mordechay; Michal Schwartz (2005). Dopamine-base therapy influence on the immune system - implication for better understand the etiology of schizophrenia.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S14-S14.  Abstract
  20. Yaniv Ziv; N Ron; O Butovsky; G Landa; E Sudai; Nili Greenberg; Hagai Cohen; J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2005). Immune-based regulation of adult neurogenesis and cognitive abilities.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S73-S73.  Abstract
  21. Gilad Kunis; O Butovsky; G Landa; Yaniv Ziv; H Avidan; Nili Greenberg; Alon Schwartz; I Smirnov; Michal Schwartz (2005). Induction and blockage of oligodendrogenesis from endogenous adult neural stem cells by differently activated microglia: Implications for multiple sclerosis.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S39-S39.  Abstract
  22. Arseny Finkelstein; Yaniv Ziv; Y Geffen; I Smirnov; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2005). Inumme-based therapy increases hippocampal and cortical neurogenesis in the adult brain following stroke.  Reviews in the Neurosciences. 16:S19-S19.  Abstract
  23. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (2005). Macrophages and dendritic cells treatment of spinal cord injury: from the bench to the clinic.  Re-Engineering Of The Damaged Brain And Spinal Cord: Evidence-Based Neurorehabilitation. 93:147-150.  Abstract

2004

  1. H Avidan; J Kipnis; O Butovsky; RR Caspi; Michal Schwartz (2004). Vaccination with autoantigen protects against aggregated beta-amyloid and glutamate toxicity by controlling microglia: effect of CD4(+)CD25(+) T cells.  European Journal of Immunology. 34:(12)3434-3445.  Abstract
  2. J Kipnis; H Avidan; RR Caspi; Michal Schwartz (2004). Dual effect of CD4(+)CD25(+) regulatory T cells in neurodegeneration: A dialogue with microglia.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101:14663-14669.  Abstract
  3. A Rolls; H Avidan; Liora Cahalon; H Schori; S Bakalash; V Litvak; Sima Lev; O Lider; Michal Schwartz (2004). A disaccharide derived from chondroitin sulphate proteoglycan promotes central nervous system repair in rats and mice.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 20:(8)1973-1983.  Abstract
  4. O Butovsky; AE Talpalar; Yaakov, Keren Ben Yaakov; Michal Schwartz (2004). Adaptive immunity instructs microglia to protect against aggregated beta-amyloid and glutamate toxicity.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 21:(9)1343-1343.  Abstract
  5. O Butovsky; EA Talpalar; Yaakov, Keren Ben Yaakov; Michal Schwartz (2004). Adaptive immunity instructs microglia to protect against aggregated beta-amyloid and glutamate toxicity.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 154:(2-Jan)113-113.  Abstract
  6. A Gothilf; Michal Schwartz (2004). Beyond neuroprotection of corticospinal tract following dendritic cell vaccination of spinal cord injured rats.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 21:(9)1310-1310.  Abstract
  7. A Rolls; H Avidan; Liora Cahalon; H Schori; O Lider; Michal Schwartz (2004). Chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan - A "SOS" molecule in CNS repair.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 21:(9)1336-1336.  Abstract
  8. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2004). Self and non-self discrimination is needed for the existence rather than deletion of autoimmunity: the role of regulatory T cells in protective autoimmunity.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 61:(18)2285-2289.  Abstract
  9. J Kipnis; Michal Cardon; H Avidan; S Mordechay; L Gil; Michal Schwartz (2004). Naturally occurring regulatory CD4+CD25+T cells at a crossroads of neuro-immune interactions.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 154:(2-Jan)222-222.  Abstract
  10. Michal Schwartz (2004). Protective autoimmunity as a defense mechanism against destructive self-compounds: role of CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells and prospects for therapeutic vaccination.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 154:(2-Jan)16-16.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2004). A common vaccine for fighting neurodegenerative disorders: recharging immunity for homeostasis.  Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. 25:(8)407-412.  Abstract
  12. J Kipnis; Michal Cardon; H Avidan; GM Lewitus; S Mordechay; A Rolls; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (2004). Dopamine, through the extracellular signal-regulated kinase pathway, downregulates CD4(+)CD25(+) regulatory T-cell activity: Implications for neurodegeneration.  Journal of Neuroscience. 24:(27)6133-6143.  Abstract
  13. A Ibarra; E Hauben; O Butovsky; Michal Schwartz (2004). The therapeutic window after spinal cord injury can accommodate T cell-based vaccination and methylprednisolone in rats.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 19:(11)2984-2990.  Abstract
  14. J Kipnis; Hagai Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2004). Abnormal brain function and behaviour in immune-deficient mice: implications for therapeutic vaccination for schizophrenia.  Journal of Neurology. 251:38-38.  Abstract
  15. Y Geffen; J Kipnis; I Smirnov; S Shpilman; I Vertkin; M Kimron; L Keren-Yaar; Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (2004). Immune modulator treatment, even 24 hours post ischemic stroke in rats, leads to improved neurological outcome.  Stroke. 35:(6)E247-E247.  Abstract
  16. J Kipnis; Hagai Cohen; Michal Cardon; Yaniv Ziv; Michal Schwartz (2004). T cell deficiency leads to cognitive dysfunction: Implications for therapeutic vaccination for schizophrenia and other psychiatric conditions.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101:(21)8180-8185.  Abstract
  17. S Bakalash; Ester Yoles; Y Geffen; Michal Schwartz (2004). Glu-Tyr polypeptide (Poly-YE) vaccination for acute and chronic glaucoma.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 45:U360-U360.  Abstract
  18. Michal Schwartz; S Bakalash (2004). Towards a clinical trial: Vaccination with glatirimer acetate (Copaxone [TM]) for acute and chronic.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 45:U509-U509.  Abstract
  19. U Nevo; I Golding; AU Neumann; Michal Schwartz; S Akselrod (2004). Autoimmunity as an immune defense against degenerative processes: a primary mathematical model illustrating the bright side of autoimmunity.  Journal of Theoretical Biology. 227:(4)583-592.  Abstract
  20. J Kipnis; H Avidan; Y Markovich; T Mizrahi; E Hauben; TB Prigozhina; S Slavin; Michal Schwartz (2004). Low-dose gamma-irradiation promotes survival of injured neurons in the central nervous system via homeostasis-driven proliferation of T cells.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 19:(5)1191-1198.  Abstract
  21. Michal Schwartz (2004). The neuroprotective effect of T cells.  Multiple Sclerosis. 10:(1)  Abstract
  22. Michal Schwartz (2004). Vaccination for glaucoma: dream or reality?.  Brain Research Bulletin. 62:(6)481-484.  Abstract
  23. Michal Schwartz (2004). Optic nerve crush: protection and regeneration.  Brain Research Bulletin. 62:(6)467-471.  Abstract
  24. I Shaked; Ziv Porat; R Gersner; J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2004). Early activation of microglia as antigen-presenting cells correlates with T cell-mediated protection and repair of the injured central nervous system.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 146:(2-Jan)84-93.  Abstract
  25. Michal Schwartz (2004). Protective autoimmunity and prospects for therapeutic vaccination against self-perpetuating neurodegeneration.  Neuroinflammation In Stroke. 47:133-154.  Abstract

2003

  1. I Shaked; Dalit Tchorsh; RP Hart; Michal Schwartz (2003). Adaptive immunity facilitate CNS glial cell glutamate scavenging without promoting iNO'S production and redox imbalance.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 20:(10)1122-1122.  Abstract
  2. A Rolls; Liora Cahalon; O Lider; H Schori; Michal Schwartz (2003). Chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan and its disaccharidic derivatives play a key role in posttraumatic CNS recovery: A self-contained repair mechanism.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 20:(10)1123-1123.  Abstract
  3. O Butovsky; AE Talpalar; Michal Schwartz (2003). Microglia exposed to infective self or non-self agents are neurotoxic: Implications for Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative conditions.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 20:(10)1122-1122.  Abstract
  4. A Gothilf; E Hauben; O Butovsky; U Nevo; S Akselrod; Michal Schwartz (2003). Partial recovery following severe spinal cord contusion by vaccination with antigen specific dendritic cells.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 20:(10)1123-1123.  Abstract
  5. E Hauben; A Gothilf; Ayala Cohen; O Butovsky; U Nevo; I Smirnov; Ester Yoles; S Akselrod; Michal Schwartz (2003). Vaccination with dendritic cells pulsed with peptides of myelin basic protein promotes functional recovery from spinal cord injury.  Journal of Neuroscience. 23:(25)8808-8819.  Abstract
  6. A Monsonego; ZP Beserman; J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; HL Weiner; Michal Schwartz (2003). Beneficial effect of orally administered myelin basic protein in EAE-susceptible Lewis rats in a model of acute CNS degeneration.  Journal of Autoimmunity. 21:(2)131-138.  Abstract
  7. I Shaked; O Butovsky; T Mizrahi; R Gersner; X Xiao; P Soteropoulos; P Tolias; RP Hart; Michal Schwartz (2003). T cell-activated microglia as stand-by cells at the service of the immune and the nervous systems: The role of interferon-gamma.  GLIA. 43-43.  Abstract
  8. O Butovsky; AE Talpalar; Michal Schwartz (2003). The "good" and the "bad" microglial phenotype: Implications for neurodegenerative disorders.  GLIA. 40-40.  Abstract
  9. S Bakalash; A Kessler; T Mizrahi; R Nussenblatt; Michal Schwartz (2003). Antigenic specificity of immunoprotective therapeutic vaccination for glaucoma.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44:(8)3374-3381.  Abstract
  10. J Kipnis; U Nevo; D Panikashvili; A Alexandrovich; Ester Yoles; S Akselrod; E Shohami; Michal Schwartz (2003). Therapeutic vaccination for closed head injury.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 20:(6)559-569.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; I Shaked; J Fisher; T Mizrahi; H Schori (2003). Protective autoimmunity against the enemy within: fighting glutamate toxicity.  Trends in Neurosciences. 26:(6)297-302.  Abstract
  12. S Bakalash; Simon, G Ben Simon; Michal Schwartz (2003). A new route for therapeutic intervention: Topical vaccination for acute and chronic glaucoma.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44:U365-U365.  Abstract
  13. Simon, GJ Ben Simon; S Bakalash; Etay Aloni; Michal Schwartz (2003). Establishment of an animal model for acute glaucoma: The need for immune modulation as a therapeutic strategy.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44:U20-U20.  Abstract
  14. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis; H Avidan; T Mizrahi; GM Lewitus (2003). Regulation of immune-dependent neuroprotection for arresting neuronal degeneration in optic neuropathies.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44:U220-U220.  Abstract
  15. Michal Schwartz (2003). Macrophages and microglia in central nervous system injury: Are they helpful or harmful?.  Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism. 23:(4)385-394.  Abstract
  16. DN Angelov; S Waibel; O Guntinas-Lichius et_al. (2003). Therapeutic vaccine for acute and chronic motor neuron diseases: Implications for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 100:(8)4790-4795.  Abstract
  17. Michal Schwartz (2003). Neurodegeneration and neuroprotection in glaucoma: Development of a therapeutic neuroprotective vaccine the Friedenwald Lecture.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 44:(4)1407-1411.
  18. J Kipnis; H Avidan; GM Lewitus; Michal Schwartz (2003). Involvement of naturally occurring regulatory CD4+CD25+ T Cells in autoimmune neuroprotection after CNS injury.  FASEB Journal. 17:(7)C259-C259.  Abstract
  19. Michal Schwartz (2003). Neuroprotection as a treatment for glaucoma: pharmacological and immunological approaches.  European Journal of Ophthalmology. 13:S27-S31.  Abstract
  20. U Nevo; J Kipnis; I Golding; I Shaked; A Neumann; S Akselrod; Michal Schwartz (2003). Autoimmunity as a special case of immunity: removing threats from within.  Trends in Molecular Medicine. 9:(3)88-93.  Abstract
  21. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2003). Harm or heal - divergent effects of autoimmune neuroinflammation? Response from Schwartz and Kipnis.  Trends in Immunology. 24:(1)7-8.
  22. E Hauben; Michal Schwartz (2003). Therapeutic vaccination for spinal cord injury: helping the body to cure itself.  Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. 24:(1)7-12.  Abstract

2002

  1. Michal Schwartz (2002). Autoimmunity as the body's defense mechanism against the enemy within: Development of therapeutic vaccines for neurodegenerative disorders.  Journal of NeuroVirology. 8:(6)480-485.  Abstract
  2. E WoldeMussie; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz; G Ruiz; LA Wheeler (2002). Neuroprotective effect of memantine in different retinal injury models in rats.  Journal of Glaucoma. 11:(6)474-480.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2002). Autoimmunity on alert: naturally occurring regulatory CD4(+)CD25(+) T cells as part of the evolutionary compromise between a 'need' and a 'risk'.  Trends in Immunology. 23:(11)530-534.  Abstract
  4. J Kipnis; T Mizrahi; E Hauben; I Shaked; E Shevach; Michal Schwartz (2002). Neuroprotective autoimmunity: Naturally occurring CD4(+)CD25(+) regulatory T cells suppress the ability to withstand injury to the central nervous system.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99:(24)15620-15625.  Abstract
  5. E Hauben; T Mizrahi; E Agranov; Michal Schwartz (2002). Sexual dimorphism in the spontaneous recovery from spinal cord injury: a gender gap in beneficial autoimmunity?.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 16:(9)1731-1740.  Abstract
  6. T Mizrahi; E Hauben; Michal Schwartz (2002). The tissue-specific self-pathogen is the protective self-antigen: The case of uveitis.  Journal of Immunology. 169:(10)5971-5977.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2002). Multiple sclerosis as a by-product of the failure to sustain protective autoimmunity: A paradigm shift.  Neuroscientist. 8:(5)405-413.  Abstract
  8. J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; T Mizrahi; A Ben-Nur; Michal Schwartz (2002). Myelin specific Th1 cells are necessary for post-traumatic protective autoimmunity.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 130:(2-Jan)78-85.  Abstract
  9. H Schori; Frida Lantner; Idit Shachar; Michal Schwartz (2002). Severe immunodeficiency has opposite effects on neuronal survival in glutamate-susceptible and -resistant mice: Adverse effect of B cells.  Journal of Immunology. 169:(6)2861-2865.  Abstract
  10. S Bakalash; J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2002). Resistance of retinal ganglion cells to an increase in intraocular pressure is immune-dependent.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 43:(8)2648-2653.  Abstract
  11. H Schori; Ester Yoles; LA Wheeler; T Raveh; Adi Kimchi; Michal Schwartz (2002). Immune-related mechanisms participating in resistance and susceptibility to glutamate toxicity.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 16:(4)557-564.  Abstract
  12. J Kipnis; Michal Schwartz (2002). Dual action of glatiramer acetate (Cop-1) in the treatment of CNS autoimmune and neurodegenerative disorders.  Trends in Molecular Medicine. 8:(7)319-323.  Abstract
  13. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2002). Prospects for therapeutic vaccination with glatiramer acetate for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.  Drug Development Research. 56:(2)143-149.  Abstract
  14. R Barouch; Michal Schwartz (2002). Autoreactive T cells induce neurotrophin production by immune and neural cells in injured rat optic nerve: Implications for protective autoimmunity.  FASEB Journal. 16:(8)1304-+.  Abstract
  15. H Schori; J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2002). Destructive or beneficial effect of immune deficiency on the survival of retinal ganglion cells from glutamate toxicity depending on the individual's ability to mount a regulated T cell response to self-antigens.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 43:U498-U498.  Abstract
  16. G Ben-Shlomo; S Bakalash; GN Lambrou; CL Percicot; WW Dawson; Michal Schwartz; R Ofri (2002). Functional deficits in a rat model of chronically elevated intraocular pressure.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 43:U490-U490.  Abstract
  17. Michal Schwartz; E Hauben (2002). Differing views on spinal cord repair.  Science. 296:(5572)1400-1400.
  18. Michal Schwartz; T Mizrahi (2002). Pathogenic self-antigens in autoimmune disease are potentially protective: A lesson from the visual system.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 43:U342-U342.  Abstract
  19. S Bakalash; Ester Yoles; J Kipnis; T Mizrahi; Michal Schwartz (2002). Designing vaccination for glaucoma: A new approach to neuroprotective therapy.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 43:U445-U445.  Abstract
  20. Michal Schwartz; E Hauben (2002). T cell-based therapeutic vaccination for spinal cord injury.  Spinal Cord Trauma: Regeneration, Neural Repair And Functional Recovery. 137:401-406.  Abstract

2001

  1. Michal Schwartz (2001). Protective autoimmunity as a T-cell response to central nervous system trauma: prospects for therapeutic vaccines.  Progress in Neurobiology. 65:(5)489-496.  Abstract
  2. E Hauben; A Ibarra; T Mizrahi; R Barouch; E Agranov; Michal Schwartz (2001). Vaccination with a Nogo-A-derived peptide after incomplete spinal-cord injury promotes recovery via a T-cell-mediated neuroprotective response: Comparison with other myelin antigens.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98:(26)15173-15178.  Abstract
  3. I Friedmann; E Hauben; Ester Yoles; L Kardash; Michal Schwartz (2001). T cell-mediated neuroprotection involves antithrombin activity.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 121:(2-Jan)12-21.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz (2001). Harnessing the immune system for neuroprotection: Therapeutic vaccines for acute and chronic neurodegenerative disorders.  Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology. 21:(6)617-627.  Abstract
  5. H Schori; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2001). T-cell-based immunity counteracts the potential toxicity of glutamate in the central nervous system.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 119:(2)199-204.  Abstract
  6. J Fisher; T Mizrahi; H Schori; Ester Yoles; H Levkovitch-Verbin; S Haggiag; Michel Revel; Michal Schwartz (2001). Increased post-traumatic survival of neurons in IL-6-knockout mice on a background of EAE susceptibility.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 119:(1)1-9.  Abstract
  7. E Hauben; E Agranov; A Gothilf; U Nevo; Ayala Cohen; I Smirnov; L Steinman; Michal Schwartz (2001). Posttraumatic therapeutic vaccination with modified myelin self-antigen prevents complete paralysis while avoiding autoimmune disease.  Journal of Clinical Investigation. 108:(4)591-599.  Abstract
  8. J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; H Schori; E Hauben; I Shaked; Michal Schwartz (2001). Neuronal survival after CNS insult is determined by a genetically encoded autoimmune response.  Journal of Neuroscience. 21:(13)4564-4571.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz (2001). Neuroprotection as a treatment for glaucoma: Pharmacological and immunological approaches.  European Journal of Ophthalmology. 11:S7-S11.  Abstract
  10. Michal Schwartz; J Kipnis (2001). Protective autoimmunity: regulation and prospects for vaccination after brain and spinal cord injuries.  Trends in Molecular Medicine. 7:(6)252-258.  Abstract
  11. Ester Yoles; E Hauben; O Palgi et_al. (2001). Protective autoimmunity is a physiological response to CNS trauma.  Journal of Neuroscience. 21:(11)3740-3748.  Abstract
  12. Michal Schwartz (2001). Physiological approaches to neuroprotection: Boosting of protective autoimmunity.  Survey of Ophthalmology. 45:S256-S260.  Abstract
  13. H Schori; J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; E WoldeMussie; G Ruiz; LA Wheeler; Michal Schwartz (2001). Vaccination for protection of retinal ganglion cells against death from glutamate cytotoxicity and ocular hypertension: Implications for glaucoma.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98:(6)3398-3403.  Abstract
  14. Ester Yoles; H Schori; Michal Schwartz (2001). Glutamate and NMDA triggers RGC death through different pathways.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 42:(4)S832-S832.  Abstract
  15. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles; E Woldemussie; G Ruiz; LA Wheeler (2001). Immunization as a possible therapeutic approach for glaucoma.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 42:(4)S129-S129.  Abstract
  16. Ester Yoles; I Friedmann; R Barouch; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (2001). Self-protective mechanism awakened by glutamate in retinal ganglion cells.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 18:(3)339-349.  Abstract
  17. G Ruiz; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz; LA Wheeler; E WoldeMussie (2001). Neuroprotective effect of memantine in different ganglion cell injury models.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 42:(4)S25-S25.  Abstract
  18. K Zier; JM Maddux; K Johnson; M Sung; J Mandeli; Lea Eisenbach; Michal Schwartz (2001). Surrogate markers of antitumor responses: In vitro activation of T cells by autologous tumor peptides.  Clinical Cancer Research. 7:(3)818S-821S.  Abstract
  19. Michal Schwartz; G Moalem (2001). Beneficial immune activity after CNS injury: prospects for vaccination.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 113:(2)185-192.  Abstract
  20. I Friedmann; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2001). Thrombin attenuation is neuroprotective in the injured rat optic nerve.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 76:(3)641-649.  Abstract
  21. U Nevo; E Hauben; Ester Yoles; E Agranov; S Akselrod; Michal Schwartz; Michal Neeman (2001). Diffusion anisotropy MRI for quantitative assessment of recovery in injured rat spinal cord.  Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 45:(1)1-9.  Abstract
  22. J Fisher; H Levkovitch-Verbin; H Schori; Ester Yoles; O Butovsky; JF Kaye; Avi Ben-Nun; Michal Schwartz (2001). Vaccination for neuroprotection in the mouse optic nerve: Implications for optic neuropathies.  Journal of Neuroscience. 21:(1)136-142.  Abstract
  23. Michal Schwartz (2001). T cell mediated neuroprotection is a physiological response to central nervous system insults.  Journal Of Molecular Medicine-Jmm. 78:(11)594-597.  Abstract
  24. Michal Schwartz (2001). Immunological approaches to the treatment of spinal cord injury.  BioDrugs. 15:(9)585-593.  Abstract

2000

  1. H Levkovitch-Verbin; C Harris-Cerruti; Yoram Groner; LA Wheeler; Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (2000). RGC death in mice after optic nerve crush injury: Oxidative stress and neuroprotection.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:(13)4169-4174.  Abstract
  2. G Moalem; Amos Gdalyahu; Yaron Shani; U Otten; P Lazarovici; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2000). Production of neurotrophins by activated T cells: Implications for neuroprotective autoimmunity.  Journal of Autoimmunity. 15:(3)331-345.  Abstract
  3. E Hauben; O Butovsky; U Nevo et_al. (2000). Passive or active immunization with myelin basic protein promotes recovery from spinal cord contusion.  Journal of Neuroscience. 20:(17)6421-6430.  Abstract
  4. K Zier; K Johnson; JM Maddux; M Sung; J Mandeli; Lea Eisenbach; Michal Schwartz (2000). IFN gamma secretion following stimulation with total tumor peptides from autologous human tumors.  Journal of Immunological Methods. 241:(2-Jan)61-68.  Abstract
  5. G Moalem; Ester Yoles; R Leibowitz-Amit; S Muller-Gilor; F Mor; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2000). Autoimmune T cells retard the loss of function in injured rat optic nerves.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 106:(2-Jan)189-197.  Abstract
  6. Michal Schwartz (2000). Vaccination for T cell-mediated neuroprotection: Dream or reality?.  Drug Development Research. 50:(4-Mar)223-225.  Abstract
  7. J Kipnis; Ester Yoles; Ziv Porat; Ayala Cohen; F Mor; M Sela; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (2000). T cell immunity to copolymer 1 confers neuroprotection on the damaged optic nerve: Possible therapy for optic neuropathies.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 97:(13)7446-7451.  Abstract
  8. Michal Schwartz; Irun R. Cohen (2000). Autoimmunity can benefit self-maintenance.  Immunology Today. 21:(6)265-268.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz; G Moalem; J Fisher; Ester Yoles (2000). Neuroprotection of the injured optic nerve by vaccination to self-myelin peptides.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:(4)S827-S827.  Abstract
  10. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (2000). Neurotrophic factors involves in self-protecting mechanism awakened by glutamate in retinal ganglion cells.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:(4)S827-S827.  Abstract
  11. G Ruiz; LA Wheeler; E WoldeMussie; Michal Schwartz (2000). Time course of pre or post treatment by brimonidine on neuroprotection in rat optic nerve injury model.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:(4)S830-S830.  Abstract
  12. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (2000). Self-destructive and self-protective processes optic nerve: Implications for glaucoma.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 41:(2)349-351.
  13. E Hauben; U Nevo; Ester Yoles et_al. (2000). Autoimmune T cells as potential neuroprotective therapy for spinal cord injury.  Lancet. 355:(9200)286-287.  Abstract
  14. Michal Schwartz (2000). Autoimmune involvement in CNS trauma is beneficial if well controlled.  Neural Plasticity And Regeneration. 128:259-263.  Abstract
  15. Michal Schwartz (2000). Beneficial autoimmune T cells and posttraumatic neuroprotection.  Neuroimmunomodulation: Perspectives At The New Millennium. 917:341-347.  Abstract
  16. Michal Schwartz (2000). Protective autoimmunity: potential treatment for traumatized optic nerves.  Neuro-Ophthalmology. 24:(3)395-399.  Abstract

1999

  1. Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1999). Autoimmune maintenance and neuroprotection of the central nervous system.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 100:(2-Jan)111-114.  Abstract
  2. U Nevo; E Hauben; Ester Yoles; E Agranov; Irun R. Cohen; S Akselrod; Michal Schwartz; Michal Neeman (1999). Diffusion anisotropy MRI for quantitative assessment of recovery in injured rat spinal cord.  Neuroscience Letters. S31-S31.  Abstract
  3. G Moalem; Amos Gdalyahu; R Leibowitz-Amit et_al. (1999). Neuroprotection by autoimmune T cells in injured central nervous system involves T cell-derived neurotrophins.  Neuroscience Letters. S30-S30.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles; LA Levin (1999). 'Axogenic' and 'somagenic' neurodegenerative diseases: definitions and therapeutic implications.  Molecular Medicine Today. 5:(11)470-473.  Abstract
  5. I Friedmann; Ester Yoles; E Hauben; A Faber-Elman; Michal Schwartz (1999). Thrombin and thrombin inhibition in neurodegeneration and neuroprotection.  Neuroscience Letters. S16-S16.  Abstract
  6. E Hauben; O Butovsky; U Nevo et_al. (1999). Autoimmune T-cells provide neuroprotection following adult spinal cord contusion injury.  Neuroscience Letters. S20-S20.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; Ido Cohen; O Lazarov-Spiegler; G Moalem; Ester Yoles (1999). The remedy may lie in ourselves: prospects for immune cell therapy in central nervous system protection and repair.  Journal Of Molecular Medicine-Jmm. 77:(10)713-717.  Abstract
  8. G Moalem; A Monsonego; Yaron Shani; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1999). Differential T cell response in central and peripheral nerve injury: connection with immune privilege.  FASEB Journal. 13:(10)1207-1217.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz; O Lazarov-Spiegler; O Rapalino; I Agranov; G Velan; M Hadani (1999). Potential repair of rat spinal cord injuries using stimulated homologous macrophages.  Neurosurgery. 44:(5)1041-1045.  Abstract
  10. I Friedmann; A Faber-Elman; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1999). Injury-induced gelatinase and thrombin-like activities in regenerating and nonregenerating nervous systems.  FASEB Journal. 13:(3)533-543.  Abstract
  11. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles (1999). Optic nerve degeneration and potential neuroprotection: Implications for glaucoma.  European Journal of Ophthalmology. 9:(1)S9-S11.  Abstract
  12. G Moalem; R Leibowitz-Amit; Ester Yoles; F Mor; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1999). Autoimmune T cells protect neurons from secondary degeneration after central nervous system axotomy.  Nature Medicine. 5:(1)49-55.  Abstract
  13. O Lazarov-Spiegler; AS Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1999). Link between optic nerve regrowth failure and macrophage stimulation in mammals.  Vision Research. 39:(1)169-175.  Abstract
  14. G Cioffi; W Tatton; L Levin et_al. (1999). Mechanisms of Neuroprotection and Applications in Ocular Disease - Proceedings from a Roundtable Discussion held on July 30th, 1998, in Paris - France.  European Journal of Ophthalmology. 9:(1)S52-S81.
  15. Ester Yoles; LA Wheeler; Michal Schwartz (1999). alpha 2-adrenoreceptor agonists are neuroprotective in a rat model of optic nerve degeneration.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 40:(1)65-73.  Abstract

1998

  1. O Lazarov-Spiegler; AS Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1998). Peripheral nerve-stimulated macrophages simulate a peripheral nerve-like regenerative response in rat transected optic nerve.  GLIA. 24:(3)329-337.  Abstract
  2. A Monsonego; I Friedmann; Yaron Shani; Miriam Eisenstein; Michal Schwartz (1998). GTP-dependent conformational changes associated with the functional switch between G alpha and cross-linking activities in brain-derived tissue transglutaminase.  Journal of Molecular Biology. 282:(4)713-720.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz (1998). Detrimental and beneficial aspects of the dialog between the immune and the central nervous systems.  European Cytokine Network. 9:(3)382-382.  Abstract
  4. A Monsonego; T Mizrahi; S Eitan; G Moalem; H Bardos; R Adany; Michal Schwartz (1998). Factor XIIIa as a nerve-associated transglutaminase.  FASEB Journal. 12:(12)1163-1171.  Abstract
  5. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1998). Degeneration of spared axons following partial white matter lesion: Implications for optic nerve neuropathies.  Experimental Neurology. 153:(1)1-7.  Abstract
  6. O Lazarov-Spiegler; O Rapalino; G Agranov; Michal Schwartz (1998). Restricted inflammatory reaction in the CNS: a key impediment to axonal regeneration?.  Molecular Medicine Today. 4:(8)337-342.  Abstract
  7. DL Hirschberg; G Moalem; J He; F Mor; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1998). Accumulation of passively transferred primed T cells independently of their antigen specificity following central nervous system trauma.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 89:(2-Jan)88-96.  Abstract
  8. O Rapalino; O Lazarov-Spiegler; E Agranov et_al. (1998). Implantation of stimulated homologous macrophages results in partial recovery of paraplegic rats.  Nature Medicine. 4:(7)814-821.  Abstract
  9. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1998). Elevation of intraocular glutamate levels in rats with partial lesion of the optic nerve.  JAMA Ophthalmology. 116:(7)906-910.  Abstract
  10. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1998). Potential neuroprotective therapy for glaucomatous optic neuropathy.  Survey of Ophthalmology. 42:(4)367-372.  Abstract
  11. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1998). Delayed degeneration following a partial lesion of white matter in the central nervous system.  Neuroscience Letters. S45-S45.  Abstract
  12. Amos Gdalyahu; G Moalem; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1998). Expression of neurotrophins in activated rat T cell lines.  Neuroscience Letters. S13-S13.  Abstract
  13. O Lazarov-Spiegler; O Rapalino; I Agranov; Ester Yoles; GJ Velan; Michal Schwartz (1998). Implantation of stimulated homologous macrophages into transected spinal cord leads to its partial recovery.  Neuroscience Letters. S25-S25.  Abstract
  14. I Friedmann; A Faber-Elman; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1998). Injury-induced activities of thrombin and gelatinases in regenerating and nonregenerating nervous systems.  Neuroscience Letters. S12-S12.  Abstract
  15. O Lazarov-Spiegler; AS Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1998). Macrophages stimulated with peripheral nerve are beneficial for mammalian optic nerve axonal regrowth following injury.  European Journal of Neuroscience. 10:63-63.  Abstract
  16. LS Haklai-Topper; O Lazarov-Spiegler; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (1998). Macrophage stimulation by exposure to peripheral and central nervous system tissue results in differential cytokine expression and secretion: Implications for wound healing in the central nervous system.  Neuroscience Letters. S19-S19.  Abstract
  17. R Leibowitz-Amit; G Moalem; Ester Yoles; S Muller; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1998). Neuroprotection by T cells specific to CNS self antigens in an axonal injury model implications for autoimmunity in tissue repair.  Neuroscience Letters. S25-S25.  Abstract
  18. G Moalem; R Leibowitz-Amit; Ester Yoles; S Muller; A Monsonego; F Mor; Irun R. Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1998). T cell accumulation and elimination following axonal injury in the central nervous system of the rat: Implications for neuroprotection.  Neuroscience Letters. S30-S30.  Abstract

1997

  1. Ester Yoles; S Muller; Michal Schwartz (1997). NMDA-receptor antagonist protects neurons from secondary degeneration after partial optic nerve crush.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 14:(9)665-675.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz (1997). Potential treatment modalities for glaucomatous neuropathy, neuroprotection and neuroregeneration.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 38:(4)1055-1055.  Abstract
  3. Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1997). Secondary damage of optic nerve fibers following partial axotomy mimics progression of optic neuropathy in glaucoma patients.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 38:(4)1288-1288.  Abstract
  4. A Monsonego; Yaron Shani; I Friedmann; Y Paas; O Eizenberg; Michal Schwartz (1997). Expression of GTP-dependent and GTP-independent tissue-type transglutaminase in cytokine-treated rat brain astrocytes.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 272:(6)3724-3732.  Abstract
  5. O Lazarov-Spiegler; AS Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1997). Transplantation of activated macrophages induces CNS axonal regrowth following injury.  Neuroscience Letters. S32-S32.  Abstract
  6. A Monsonego; T Mizrahi; I Friedmann; S Eitan; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (1997). The blood coagulation factor XIIIa and regeneration of the nervous system.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 69:S117-S117.  Abstract
  7. PZ Beserman; R Hershkovitz; O Lider; A Kesler; S Muller; DL Hirschberg; Michal Schwartz (1997). Isolation of an abundant CNS resident immunosuppressive peptide: A biochemical basis for immune privilege.  Neuroscience Letters. S10-S10.  Abstract
  8. Michal Schwartz; S Eitan; DL Hirschberg; O Eizenberg; P Beserman (1997). Oligodendrocytes and axonal regrowth - A double-edged sword.  Cell Biology And Pathology Of Myelin: Evolving Biological Concepts And Therapeutic Approaches. 4:277-282.  Abstract

1996

  1. AS Solomon; V Lavie; U Hauben; A Monsonego; Ester Yoles; Michal Schwartz (1996). Complete transection of rat optic nerve while sparing the meninges and the vasculature: An experimental model for optic nerve neuropathy and trauma.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 70:(1)21-25.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz; M Belkin; Ester Yoles; Ariel Solomon (1996). Potential treatment modalities for glaucomatous neuropathy: Neuroprotection and neuroregeneration.  Journal of Glaucoma. 5:(6)427-432.  Abstract
  3. J Burke; Michal Schwartz (1996). Preclinical evaluation of brimonidine.  Survey of Ophthalmology. 41:S9-S18.  Abstract
  4. O LazarovSpiegler; AS Solomon; AB ZeevBrann; DL Hirschberg; V Lavie; Michal Schwartz (1996). Transplantation of activated macrophages overcomes central nervous system regrowth failure.  FASEB Journal. 10:(11)1296-1302.  Abstract
  5. O Eizenberg; A FaberElman; E Gottlieb; Moshe Oren; Varda Rotter; Michal Schwartz (1996). p53 plays a regulatory role in differentiation and apoptosis of central nervous system-associated cells.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 16:(9)5178-5185.  Abstract
  6. Ester Yoles; S Muler; Michal Schwartz; J Burke; E WoldeMussie; L Wheeler (1996). Injury-induced secondary degeneration of rat optic nerve can be attentuated by alpha(2)-adrenoceptor agonists AGN 191103 and brimonidine.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 37:(3)540-540.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; S Muler; M Belkin; Ester Yoles (1996). N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor is involved in the secondary degeneration induced by optic nerve lesions.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 37:(3)2245-2245.  Abstract
  8. A FaberElman; Ariel Solomon; JA Abraham; M Marikovsky; Michal Schwartz (1996). Involvement of wound-associated factors in rat brain astrocyte migratory response to axonal injury: In vitro simulation.  Journal of Clinical Investigation. 97:(1)162-171.  Abstract
  9. Ester Yoles; M Belkin; Michal Schwartz (1996). HU-211, a nonpsychotropic cannabinoid, produces short- and long-term neuroprotection after optic nerve axotomy.  Journal of Neurotrauma. 13:(1)49-57.  Abstract
  10. Michal Schwartz; DL Hirschberg; Ester Yoles et_al. (1996). Optic nerve disease and injury: Prospects for induction of regeneration.  Progress in Retinal and Eye Research. 15:(2)569-582.

1995

  1. A FaberElman; V Lavie; I Schvartz; S Shaltiel; Michal Schwartz (1995). Vitronectin overrides a negative effect of TNF-alpha on astrocyte migration.  FASEB Journal. 9:(15)1605-1613.  Abstract
  2. A FABERELMAN; R MISKIN; Michal Schwartz (1995). COMPONENTS OF THE PLASMINOGEN-ACTIVATOR SYSTEM IN ASTROCYTES ARE MODULATED BY TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR-ALPHA AND INTERLEUKIN-1-BETA THROUGH SIMILAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 65:(4)1524-1535.  Abstract
  3. DL HIRSCHBERG; Michal Schwartz (1995). MACROPHAGE RECRUITMENT TO ACUTELY INJURED CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM IS INHIBITED BY A RESIDENT FACTOR - A BASIS FOR AN IMMUNE BRAIN BARRIER.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 61:(1)89-96.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz; DL HIRSCHBERG; P BESERMAN (1995). CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM REGENERATION AND THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM.  Molecular Medicine Today. 1:(2)60-60.
  5. O EIZENBERG; A FABERELMAN; M LOTAN; Michal Schwartz (1995). INTERLEUKIN-2 TRANSCRIPTS IN HUMAN AND RODENT BRAINS - POSSIBLE EXPRESSION BY ASTROCYTES.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 64:(5)1928-1936.  Abstract
  6. T SIVRON; Michal Schwartz (1995). GLIAL-CELL TYPES, LINEAGES, AND RESPONSE TO INJURY IN RAT AND FISH - IMPLICATIONS FOR REGENERATION.  GLIA. 13:(3)157-165.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; T SIVRON (1995). REGENERATIVE FAILURE IN THE MAMMALIAN CNS - REPLY.  Trends in Neurosciences. 18:(3)128-129.
  8. O EIZENBERG; A FABERELMAN; E GOTTLIEB; Moshe Oren; Varda Rotter; Michal Schwartz (1995). DIRECT INVOLVEMENT OF P53 IN PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH OF OLIGODENDROCYTES.  EMBO Journal. 14:(6)1136-1144.  Abstract
  9. Michal Schwartz; Ester Yoles; Ariel Solomon; C KATZ; I HAI; M BELKIN (1995). LOW ENERGY LASER IRRADIATION - A POSSIBLE NEUROPROTECTIVE MODALITY.  Laser-Tissue Interaction Vi, Proceedings Of. 2391:627-633.  Abstract

1994

  1. T SIVRON; Michal Schwartz (1994). NONPERMISSIVE NATURE OF FISH OPTIC NERVES TO AXONAL GROWTH IS DUE TO PRESENCE OF MYELIN-ASSOCIATED GROWTH-INHIBITORS.  Experimental Neurology. 130:(2)411-413.  Abstract
  2. M LOTAN; Michal Schwartz (1994). CROSS-TALK BETWEEN THE IMMUNE-SYSTEM AND THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN RESPONSE TO INJURY - IMPLICATIONS FOR REGENERATION.  FASEB Journal. 8:(13)1026-1033.  Abstract
  3. O EIZENBERG; MG KAPLITT; S EITAN; DW PFAFF; DL HIRSCHBERG; Michal Schwartz (1994). LINEAR DIMERIC INTERLEUKIN-2 OBTAINED BY THE USE OF A DEFECTIVE HERPES-SIMPLEX VIRAL VECTOR - CONFORMATION-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP.  Molecular Brain Research. 26:(2-Jan)156-162.  Abstract
  4. M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1994). OPHTHALMIC EFFECTS OF LOW-ENERGY LASER IRRADIATION.  Survey of Ophthalmology. 39:(2)113-122.  Abstract
  5. R PINKASKRAMARSKI; R EILAM; O SPIEGLER; Sara Lavi; NL LIU; D CHANG; DZ WEN; Michal Schwartz; Yosef Yarden (1994). BRAIN NEURONS AND GLIAL-CELLS EXPRESS NEU DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR HEREGULIN - A SURVIVAL FACTOR FOR ASTROCYTES.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 91:(20)9387-9391.  Abstract
  6. T SIVRON; Michal Schwartz (1994). THE ENIGMA OF MYELIN-ASSOCIATED GROWTH-INHIBITORS IN SPONTANEOUSLY REGENERATING NERVOUS SYSTEMS.  Trends in Neurosciences. 17:(7)277-281.  Abstract
  7. S EITAN; Ariel Solomon; V LAVIE; Ester Yoles; DL HIRSCHBERG; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1994). RECOVERY OF VISUAL RESPONSE OF INJURED ADULT-RAT OPTIC NERVES TREATED WITH TRANSGLUTAMINASE.  Science. 264:(5166)1764-1768.  Abstract
  8. T SIVRON; ME SCHWAB; Michal Schwartz (1994). PRESENCE OF GROWTH-INHIBITORS IN FISH OPTIC-NERVE MYELIN - POSTINJURY CHANGES.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 343:(2)237-246.  Abstract
  9. M LOTAN; Ariel Solomon; S BENBASSAT; Michal Schwartz (1994). CYTOKINES MODULATE THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AND CHANGE PERMISSIVENESS TO NEURONAL ADHESION IN INJURED MAMMALIAN CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Experimental Neurology. 126:(2)284-290.  Abstract
  10. T SIVRON; Ido Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1994). INTERMEDIATE FILAMENTS REMINISCENT OF IMMATURE CELLS EXPRESSED BY GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS-AURATUS) ASTROCYTES AND OLIGODENDROCYTES IN-VITRO.  Cell and Tissue Research. 275:(2)327-337.  Abstract
  11. Ido Cohen; T SIVRON; V LAVIE; E BLAUGRUND; Michal Schwartz (1994). VIMENTIN IMMUNOREACTIVE GLIAL-CELLS IN THE FISH OPTIC-NERVE - IMPLICATIONS FOR REGENERATION.  GLIA. 10:(1)16-29.  Abstract
  12. M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1994). EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF LOW-ENERGY LASER BIOEFFECTS ON THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Neurosurgical Review. 17:(1)7-17.  Abstract
  13. Michal Schwartz (1994). CYTOKINES AND CYTOKINE-RELATED SUBSTANCES REGULATING GLIAL-CELL RESPONSE TO INJURY NEEDED FOR CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM (CNS) REGENERATION.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 63:S22-S22.  Abstract
  14. Michal Schwartz; T SIVRON; S EITAN; DL HIRSCHBERG; M LOTAN; A ELMANFABER (1994). CYTOKINES AND CYTOKINE-RELATED SUBSTANCES REGULATING GLIAL-CELL RESPONSE TO INJURY OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Neural Regeneration. 103:331-341.  Abstract

1993

  1. T SIVRON; S EITAN; DJ SCHREYER; Michal Schwartz (1993). ASTROCYTES PLAY A MAJOR ROLE IN THE CONTROL OF NEURONAL PROLIFERATION IN-VITRO.  Brain Research. 629:(2)199-208.  Abstract
  2. Revital Duvdevani; V LAVIE; Lee A. Segel; Michal Schwartz (1993). A NEW METHOD FOR EXPRESSING AXONAL SIZE - RAT OPTIC-NERVE ANALYSIS.  Microscopy (Oxford, England). 42:(6)412-414.  Abstract
  3. Ido Cohen; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (1993). CLONING AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FISH GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN - IMPLICATIONS FOR OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 334:(3)431-443.  Abstract
  4. S EITAN; Michal Schwartz (1993). A TRANSGLUTAMINASE THAT CONVERTS INTERLEUKIN-2 INTO A FACTOR CYTOTOXIC TO OLIGODENDROCYTES.  Science. 261:(5117)106-108.  Abstract
  5. E BLAUGRUND; V LAVIE; Ido Cohen; Ariel Solomon; DJ SCHREYER; Michal Schwartz (1993). AXONAL REGENERATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH GLIAL MIGRATION - COMPARISON BETWEEN THE INJURED OPTIC NERVES OF FISH AND RATS.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 330:(1)105-112.  Abstract
  6. Ido Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1993). CDNA CLONES FROM FISH OPTIC-NERVE.  Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. 104:(3)439-447.  Abstract
  7. Ariel Solomon; V LAVIE; S BENBASSAT; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1993). INDUCTION OF AXONAL GROWTH IN INJURED OPTIC NERVES - THE EFFECT OF THE TYPE OF INJURY.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 34:(4)1072-1072.  Abstract
  8. Michal Schwartz (1993). NEW LIGHT ON NERVE REGENERATION IN THE MAMMALIAN NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Endeavour. 17:(1)38-40.  Abstract
  9. M ROSNER; M CAPLAN; Shimon Cohen; Revital Duvdevani; Ariel Solomon; E ASSIA; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1993). DOSE AND TEMPORAL PARAMETERS IN DELAYING INJURED OPTIC-NERVE DEGENERATION BY LOW-ENERGY LASER IRRADIATION.  Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 13:(6)611-617.  Abstract

1992

  1. Ester Yoles; M ZALISH; V LAVIE; Revital Duvdevani; S BENBASSAT; Michal Schwartz (1992). GM-1 REDUCES INJURY-INDUCED METABOLIC DEFICITS AND DEGENERATION IN THE RAT OPTIC-NERVE.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 33:(13)3586-3591.  Abstract
  2. E BLAUGRUND; Revital Duvdevani; V LAVIE; Ariel Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1992). DISAPPEARANCE OF ASTROCYTES AND INVASION OF MACROPHAGES FOLLOWING CRUSH INJURY OF ADULT RODENT OPTIC NERVES - IMPLICATIONS FOR REGENERATION.  Experimental Neurology. 118:(1)105-115.
  3. WP BATTISTI; Y SHINAR; Michal Schwartz; P LEVITT; M MURRAY (1992). TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERNS OF EXPRESSION OF LAMININ, CHONDROITIN SULFATE PROTEOGLYCAN AND HNK-1 IMMUNOREACTIVITY DURING REGENERATION IN THE GOLDFISH OPTIC-NERVE.  Journal of Neurocytology. 21:(8)557-573.  Abstract
  4. S EITAN; R ZISLING; Ayala Cohen; M BELKIN; DL HIRSCHBERG; M LOTAN; Michal Schwartz (1992). IDENTIFICATION OF AN INTERLEUKIN 2-LIKE SUBSTANCE AS A FACTOR CYTOTOXIC TO OLIGODENDROCYTES AND ASSOCIATED WITH CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM REGENERATION.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 89:(12)5442-5446.  Abstract
  5. M LOTAN; Michal Schwartz (1992). POSTINJURY CHANGES IN PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE ACTIVITY IN FISH AND RAT OPTIC NERVES.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 58:(5)1637-1642.  Abstract
  6. E BLAUGRUND; Sagar Sharma; Michal Schwartz (1992). L1 IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE DEVELOPING FISH VISUAL-SYSTEM.  Brain Research. 574:(2-Jan)244-250.  Abstract
  7. Ariel Solomon; S THANOS; J BENBASSAT; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1992). RETROGRADE LABELING OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS FROM WHICH AXONS WERE INDUCED TO GROW AFTER OPTIC-NERVE TRAUMA.  Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 33:(4)1129-1129.  Abstract
  8. V LAVIE; Ariel Solomon; S BENBASSAT; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1992). HORSERADISH-PEROXIDASE LABELING OF GROWTH CONES AND AXONS BEYOND THE SITE OF INJURY IN INJURED RABBIT OPTIC-NERVE AXONS GROWING IN THEIR OWN ENVIRONMENT.  Brain Research. 575:(1)1-5.  Abstract
  9. T SIVRON; G JESERICH; S NONA; Michal Schwartz (1992). CHARACTERISTICS OF FISH GLIAL-CELLS IN CULTURE - POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS AS TO THEIR LINEAGE.  GLIA. 6:(1)52-66.  Abstract
  10. Michal Schwartz; V LAVIE; Ariel Solomon; M BELKIN; Ayala Cohen; T SIVRON; S BENBASSAT; M LOTAN (1992). TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR AND TNF-LIKE FACTORS IN CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM REGENERATION.  Tumor Necrosis Factor : Structure-Function Relationship And Clinical Application. 135-143.  Abstract

1991

  1. J SAUTTER; Michal Schwartz; Revital Duvdevani; BA SABEL (1991). GM1 GANGLIOSIDE TREATMENT REDUCES VISUAL DEFICITS AFTER GRADED CRUSH OF THE RAT OPTIC-NERVE.  Brain Research. 565:(1)23-33.  Abstract
  2. Ido Cohen; Yaron Shani; E BLAUGRUND; Michal Schwartz (1991). ISOLATION AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF 2 INTERMEDIATE FILAMENT CDNA CLONES FROM FISH OPTIC-NERVE.  Molecular Brain Research. 11:(2)181-185.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz; Y SCOLNIK; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes; David Cahen (1991). ROOM-TEMPERATURE ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF YBA2CU3O7-X - SOLID-STATE AND SOLUTION CHEMICAL RESULTS.  Journal of Materials Chemistry. 1:(3)339-346.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz; Ariel Solomon; V LAVIE; S BENBASSAT; M BELKIN; Ayala Cohen (1991). TUMOR-NECROSIS-FACTOR FACILITATES REGENERATION OF INJURED CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM AXONS.  Brain Research. 545:(2-Jan)334-338.  Abstract
  5. T SIVRON; Ayala Cohen; DL HIRSCHBERG; G JESERICH; Michal Schwartz (1991). SOLUBLE FACTOR(S) PRODUCED IN INJURED FISH OPTIC-NERVE REGULATE THE POSTINJURY NUMBER OF OLIGODENDROCYTES - POSSIBLE ROLE OF MACROPHAGES.  GLIA. 4:(6)591-601.  Abstract
  6. E BLAUGRUND; Ido Cohen; Yaron Shani; Michal Schwartz (1991). GLIAL FIBRILLARY ACIDIC PROTEIN IN THE FISH OPTIC-NERVE.  GLIA. 4:(4)393-399.  Abstract
  7. A BARILAN; N NAVEH; C WEISSMAN; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1991). PROSTAGLANDIN-E2 CHANGES IN THE RETINA AND OPTIC-NERVE OF AN EYE WITH INJURED OPTIC-NERVE.  Neuroscience. 45:(1)221-225.  Abstract

1990

  1. Ayala Cohen; T SIVRON; Revital Duvdevani; Michal Schwartz (1990). OLIGODENDROCYTE CYTOTOXIC FACTOR ASSOCIATED WITH FISH OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION - IMPLICATIONS FOR MAMMALIAN CNS REGENERATION.  Brain Research. 537:(2-Jan)24-32.  Abstract
  2. E BLAUGRUND; U BARTSCH; R MARTINI; M SCHACHNER; Michal Schwartz (1990). IMMUNOLOGICAL EVIDENCE THAT THE NEURAL ADHESION MOLECULE-L1 IS EXPRESSED IN FISH BRAIN AND OPTIC-NERVE - POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION WITH OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION.  Brain Research. 530:(2)239-244.
  3. Revital Duvdevani; M ROSNER; M BELKIN; J SAUTTER; BA SABEL; Michal Schwartz (1990). GRADED CRUSH OF THE RAT OPTIC-NERVE AS A BRAIN INJURY MODEL - COMBINING ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL OUTCOME.  Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. 2:(1)31-38.  Abstract
  4. Arye (Arik) Harel; M FAINARU; Menachem Rubinstein; Naama Tal; Michal Schwartz (1990). FISH APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I HAS HEPARIN BINDING-ACTIVITY - IMPLICATION FOR NERVE REGENERATION.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 55:(4)1237-1243.
  5. V LAVIE; M MURRAY; Ariel Solomon; S BENBASSAT; M BELKIN; S RUMELT; Michal Schwartz (1990). GROWTH OF INJURED RABBIT OPTIC AXONS WITHIN THEIR DEGENERATING OPTIC-NERVE.  Journal of Comparative Neurology. 298:(3)293-314.
  6. N NAVEH; A BARILAN; M ROSNER; Michal Schwartz; C WEISSMAN; M BELKIN (1990). LOW-ENERGY LASER IRRADIATION - A NEW MEASURE FOR SUPPRESSION OF ARACHIDONIC-ACID METABOLISM IN THE OPTIC-NERVE.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 26:(3)386-389.
  7. V LAVIE; Ariel Solomon; M MURRAY; S BENBASSAT; S RUMELT; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1990). GROWTH OF INJURED RABBIT OPTIC AXONS WITHIN THEIR OWN DEGENERATING ENVIRONMENT.  Ultramicroscopy. 32:(2)197-198.  Abstract
  8. T SIVRON; Ayala Cohen; Revital Duvdevani; G JESERICH; Michal Schwartz (1990). GLIAL RESPONSE TO AXONAL INJURY - INVITRO MANIFESTATION AND IMPLICATION FOR REGENERATION.  GLIA. 3:(4)267-276.
  9. Michal Schwartz; V LAVIE; Ayala Cohen; Arye (Arik) Harel; Ariel Solomon; M BELKIN (1990). GROWTH-ASSOCIATED TRIGGERING FACTORS AND CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM REGENERATION.  Trophic Factors And The Nervous System. 3:47-56.  Abstract

1989

  1. Michal Schwartz; Ayala Cohen; C STEINIZSAK; M BELKIN (1989). DICHOTOMY OF THE GLIAL-CELL RESPONSE TO AXONAL INJURY AND REGENERATION.  FASEB Journal. 3:(12)2371-2378.
  2. Michal Schwartz; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes; David Cahen (1989). ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF YBA2CU3O7-X AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE IN PROPYLENE CARBONATE.  ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 198:161-INOR.  Abstract
  3. Michal Schwartz; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes; David Cahen (1989). ELECTROCHEMICAL REDUCTION OF YBA2CU3O7-X AT ROOM-TEMPERATURE IN PROPYLENE CARBONATE.  ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 198:161-INOR.  Abstract
  4. Arye (Arik) Harel; M FAINARU; Z SHAFER; M HERNANDEZ; Ayala Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1989). OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION IN ADULT FISH AND APOLIPOPROTEIN A-I.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 52:(4)1218-1228.
  5. Ayala Cohen; Michal Schwartz (1989). CONDITIONED MEDIA OF REGENERATING FISH OPTIC NERVES MODULATE LAMININ LEVELS IN GLIAL-CELLS.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 22:(3)269-273.
  6. Michal Schwartz; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes; Shimon Reich; David Cahen (1989). CONTROLLED ROOM-TEMPERATURE REDUCTION OF YBA2CU3O7-X - A SYNTHETIC ROUTE TO METASTABLE SUPERCONDUCTING PHASES.  Materials Letters. 7:(12)411-414.
  7. Michal Schwartz; David Cahen; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes (1989). QUANTITATIVELY CONTROLLED, ROOM-TEMPERATURE REDUCTION OF YBA2CU3O7-X BY ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS.  Solid State Ionics. 32-3:1137-1142.
  8. E ASSIA; M ROSNER; M BELKIN; Ariel Solomon; Michal Schwartz (1989). TEMPORAL PARAMETERS OF LOW-ENERGY LASER IRRADIATION FOR OPTIMAL DELAY OF POST-TRAUMATIC DEGENERATION OF RAT OPTIC-NERVE.  Brain Research. 476:(2)205-212.

1988

  1. Michal Schwartz; Michael Rappaport; Gary Hodes; David Cahen (1988). ELECTROCHEMICAL PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN DEFICIENT YBA2CU3O7-X.  Physica C. 153:1457-1458.
  2. Michal Schwartz; David Cahen (1988). ELECTROCHEMICAL PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF OXYGEN DEFICIENT YBA2CU3O7.  Solid State Ionics. 26:(2)173-173.  Abstract
  3. M FAINARU; Z SCHAFER; D GAVISH; Arye (Arik) Harel; Michal Schwartz (1988). INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HUMAN AND CARP (CYPRIMUS-CARPIO) LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS (LDL) AND LDL RECEPTORS.  Comparative Biochemistry And Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology. 91:(2)331-338.

1987

  1. David Cahen; Z MOISI; Michal Schwartz (1987). EFFECTS OF AG/CU SUBSTITUTION IN YBA2CU3O7 SUPERCONDUCTORS.  Materials Research Bulletin. 22:(11)1581-1588.
  2. David Cahen; Michal Schwartz; Shimon Reich; I FELNER (1987). CHARACTERIZATION OF YBA2(CU,AG)3O7 SUPERCONDUCTORS.  Inorganic Chemistry. 26:(22)3653-3655.
  3. V LAVIE; Arye (Arik) Harel; Adam Itzhak Doron; Ariel Solomon; D LOBEL; M BELKIN; S BENBASAT; Sagar Sharma; Michal Schwartz (1987). MORPHOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF INJURED ADULT-RABBIT OPTIC-NERVE TO IMPLANTS CONTAINING MEDIA CONDITIONED BY GROWING OPTIC NERVES.  Brain Research. 419:(2-Jan)166-172.
  4. M FAINARU; Arye (Arik) Harel; C STEINIZSAK; Z SCHAFER; T VOGEL; Michal Schwartz (1987). APOLIPOPROTEIN (APO) A-I SYNTHESIS AND ACCUMULATION IN REGENERATING OPTIC-NERVE OF CARP (CYPRIMUS-CARPIO).  Arteriosclerosis. 7:(5)A507-A507.  Abstract
  5. S ROCHKIND; L BARRNEA; N RAZON; A BARTAL; Michal Schwartz (1987). STIMULATORY EFFECT OF HE-NE LOW-DOSE LASER ON INJURED SCIATIC-NERVES OF RATS.  Neurosurgery. 20:(6)843-847.
  6. Y BAWNIK; Arye (Arik) Harel; C STEINIZSAK; Michal Schwartz (1987). ENVIRONMENTAL-CHANGES INDUCED BY GROWTH-ASSOCIATED TRIGGERING FACTORS IN INJURED OPTIC-NERVE OF ADULT-RABBIT.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 84:(8)2528-2531.
  7. NB ZAK; Arye (Arik) Harel; Y BAWNIK; S BENBASAT; Zvi Vogel; Michal Schwartz (1987). LAMININ-IMMUNOREACTIVE SITES ARE INDUCED BY GROWTH-ASSOCIATED TRIGGERING FACTORS IN INJURED RABBIT OPTIC-NERVE.  Brain Research. 408:(2-Jan)263-266.
  8. Michal Schwartz (1987). MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ASPECTS OF NERVE REGENERATION.  Crc Critical Reviews In Biochemistry. 22:(2)89-110.
  9. S ROCHKIND; M NISSAN; L BARRNEA; N RAZON; Michal Schwartz; A BARTAL (1987). RESPONSE OF PERIPHERAL-NERVE TO HE-NE-LASER - EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES.  Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 7:(5)441-443.
  10. Michal Schwartz; Arye (Arik) Harel; Ariel Solomon et_al. (1987). MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ASPECTS OF AXON-GLIA INTERACTION IN CNS REGENERATION.  Journal of Physiology Paris. 82:(4)314-321.
  11. Michal Schwartz; Adam Itzhak Doron; Michal Erlich; V LAVIE; S BENBASAT; M BELKIN; S ROCHKIND (1987). EFFECTS OF LOW-ENERGY HE-NE-LASER IRRADIATION ON POSTTRAUMATIC DEGENERATION OF ADULT-RABBIT OPTIC-NERVE.  Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. 7:(1)51-55.

1986

  1. Yochanan Mizrachi; Menachem Rubinstein; Y KIMHI; Michal Schwartz (1986). A NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR DERIVED FROM GOLDFISH BRAIN - CHARACTERIZATION AND PURIFICATION.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 46:(6)1675-1682.
  2. S ROCHKIND; M NISSAN; N RAZON; Michal Schwartz; A BARTAL (1986). ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT OF HENE LASER ON NORMAL AND INJURED SCIATIC-NERVE IN THE RAT.  Acta Neurochirurgica. 83:(4-Mar)125-130.

1985

  1. C STEINIZSAK; Arye (Arik) Harel; Ariel Solomon; M BELKIN; Michal Schwartz (1985). ALTERATIONS IN MESSENGER-RNA TRANSLATION PRODUCTS ASSOCIATED WITH REGENERATIVE RESPONSES IN THE RETINA.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 45:(6)1754-1760.
  2. Ariel Solomon; M BELKIN; M HADANI; Arye (Arik) Harel; I RACHAILOVICH; V LAVIE; Michal Schwartz (1985). A NEW TRANSORBITAL SURGICAL APPROACH TO THE RABBITS OPTIC-NERVE.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 12:(3)259-262.
  3. Michal Schwartz; M BELKIN; Arye (Arik) Harel; Ariel Solomon; V LAVIE; M HADANI; I RACHAILOVICH; C STEINIZSAK (1985). REGENERATING FISH OPTIC NERVES AND A REGENERATION-LIKE RESPONSE IN INJURED OPTIC NERVES OF ADULT-RABBITS.  Science. 228:(4699)600-603.

1984

  1. I RACHAILOVICH; Michal Schwartz (1984). ALTERATIONS IN AXON-GLIAL RELATIONSHIP DURING THE PROCESS OF GOLDFISH OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 20:(5)457-457.  Abstract
  2. Michal Schwartz; V LAVIE; I RACHAILOVICH (1984). PROMOTION OF GOLDFISH OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION FOLLOWING X-IRRADIATION IS ACCOMPANIED BY THE APPEARANCE OF INCREASED AMOUNTS OF COLLAGEN IN THE EXTRACELLULAR-SPACE.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 20:(5)457-457.  Abstract
  3. I RACHAILOVICH; Michal Schwartz (1984). MOLECULAR EVENTS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED REGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF THE GOLDFISH RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS FOLLOWING X-IRRADIATION - DECREASED LEVEL OF AXONAL GROWTH-INHIBITORS.  Brain Research. 106:(2-Jan)149-155.
  4. Yochanan Mizrachi; D NEUMANN; Sagar Sharma; Michal Schwartz (1984). TARGET DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT STAGES IN REGENERATION.  Brain Research. 322:(1)115-118.
  5. Michal Schwartz; H FISCHLER; R KORENSTEIN (1984). PULSED ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELDS AFFECT NEURITIC OUTGROWTH FROM REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINAS.  Bioelectrochemistry. 12:(4-Mar)243-251.
  6. JR SPARROW; C MCGUINNESS; Michal Schwartz; B GRAFSTEIN (1984). ANTIBODIES TO GANGLIOSIDES INHIBIT GOLDFISH OPTIC-NERVE REGENERATION INVIVO.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 12:(3-Feb)233-243.
  7. M HADANI; Arye (Arik) Harel; Ariel Solomon; M BELKIN; V LAVIE; Michal Schwartz (1984). SUBSTANCES ORIGINATING FROM THE OPTIC-NERVE OF NEONATAL RABBIT INDUCE REGENERATION-ASSOCIATED RESPONSE IN THE INJURED OPTIC-NERVE OF ADULT-RABBIT.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America-Biological Sciences. 81:(24)7965-7969.
  8. N SPIRMAN; BA SELA; Carlos Gitler; E CALEF; Michal Schwartz (1984). REGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF THE GOLDFISH VISUAL-SYSTEM IS AFFECTED BY ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC TO GANGLIOSIDES INJECTED INTRAOCULARLY.  Journal of Neuroimmunology. 6:(3)197-207.
  9. Michal Schwartz; N ESHHAR (1984). EARLY REGENERATIVE RESPONSES INDUCED BY MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST A SURFACE GLYCOPROTEIN OF GOLDFISH RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS.  EMBO Journal. 3:(6)1287-1293.

1983

  1. Michal Schwartz; N ESHHAR (1983). PRODUCTION OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST AUTO-ANTIGENS INDUCED BY PERIPHERAL-NERVE INJURY IN MICE.  Birth Defects-Original Article Series. 19:(4)445-449.
  2. Yochanan Mizrachi; A OHRY; A AVIEL; R ROZIN; ME BROOKS; Michal Schwartz (1983). SYSTEMIC HUMORAL-FACTORS PARTICIPATING IN THE COURSE OF SPINAL-CORD INJURY.  Paraplegia. 21:(5)287-293.
  3. A AVIEL; Michal Schwartz (1983). SPROUTING INDUCING ACTIVITY OF HUMAN-SERA - LOW CAPACITY IN SERA FROM PATIENTS WITH CRANIAL POLYNEUROPATHY.  Journal of Neuroscience Research. 9:(4)459-465.
  4. A SHAHAR; H SCHUPPER; Y KIMHI; Yochanan Mizrachi; Michal Schwartz (1983). REGENERATION OF ADULT-RAT BRAIN NEURONS IN CULTURE IS ENHANCED BY GLIAL FACTOR(S).  Birth Defects-Original Article Series. 19:(4)457-460.
  5. A GAYER; Michal Schwartz (1983). THE USE OF IMAGE-ANALYSIS FOR MEASURING NEURITIC OUTGROWTH FROM GOLDFISH REGENERATING RETINAL EXPLANTS.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 7:(3)275-280.
  6. I GINZBURG; T SCHERSON; S RYBAK; Y KIMHI; D NEUMAN; Michal Schwartz; UZ LITTAUER (1983). EXPRESSION OF MESSENGER-RNA FOR MICROTUBULE PROTEINS IN THE DEVELOPING NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology. 48:783-790.
  7. D NEUMAN; A YERUSHALMI; Michal Schwartz (1983). INHIBITION OF NON-NEURONAL CELL-PROLIFERATION IN THE GOLDFISH VISUAL PATHWAY AFFECTS THE REGENERATIVE CAPACITY OF THE RETINA.  Brain Research. 272:(2)237-245.
  8. Michal Schwartz; R KORENSTEIN; Yochanan Mizrachi; D NEUMAN; Y KIMHI (1983). NEURITIC OUTGROWTH FROM REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINA CAN BE MODULATED BY EXTERNAL FACTORS.  Birth Defects-Original Article Series. 19:(4)451-456.
  9. D NEUMANN; T SCHERSON; I GINZBURG; UZ LITTAUER; Michal Schwartz (1983). REGULATION OF MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS FOR MICROTUBULE PROTEINS DURING NERVE REGENERATION.  FEBS Letters. 162:(2)270-276.

1982

  1. Michal Schwartz; Yochanan Mizrachi; N ESHHAR (1982). FACTOR(S) FROM GOLDFISH BRAIN INDUCE NEURITIC OUTGROWTH FROM EXPLANTED REGENERATING RETINAS.  Developmental Brain Research. 3:(1)29-35.
  2. N SPIRMAN; Michal Schwartz (1982). GANGLIOSIDE INVOLVEMENT IN NEURONAL SPROUTING.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 18:(6)20-20.  Abstract
  3. D NEUMAN; Michal Schwartz (1982). PROTEIN LABELING IN REGENERATIVE RETINA UNDER VARIOUS MODIFYING CONDITIONS.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 18:(6)15-15.  Abstract
  4. Michal Schwartz; Yochanan Mizrachi; Y KIMHI (1982). REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINAL EXPLANTS - INDUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF NEURITES BY CONDITIONED MEDIUM FROM CELLS ORIGINATED IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM.  Developmental Brain Research. 3:(1)21-28.
  5. Yochanan Mizrachi; Y KIMHI; Michal Schwartz (1982). THE EFFECT OF GLIAL FACTOR(S) INJECTED INTRAOCULARLY ON PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINA.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 18:(6)15-15.  Abstract
  6. Michal Schwartz; BA SELA; N ESHHAR (1982). ANTIBODIES TO GANGLIOSIDES AND MYELIN AUTO-ANTIGENS ARE PRODUCED IN MICE FOLLOWING SCIATIC-NERVE INJURY.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 38:(5)1192-1195.
  7. G KONAT; H OFFNER; V LEVRAM; Orly Cohen; Michal Schwartz; Irun R. Cohen; BA SELA (1982). ABNORMALITIES IN BRAIN MYELIN OF RABBITS WITH EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS-LIKE DISEASE INDUCED BY IMMUNIZATION TO GANGLIOSIDES.  Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 66:(5)568-574.
  8. Michal Schwartz; N SPIRMAN (1982). SPROUTING FROM CHICKEN-EMBRYO DORSAL ROOT-GANGLIA INDUCED BY NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR IS SPECIFICALLY INHIBITED BY AFFINITY-PURIFIED ANTIGANGLIOSIDE ANTIBODIES.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America-Biological Sciences. 79:(19)6080-6083.
  9. Yochanan Mizrachi; Michal Schwartz (1982). GOLDFISH TECTAL EXPLANTS HAVE A GROWTH-PROMOTING EFFECT ON NEURITES EMERGING FROM CO-CULTURED REGENERATING RETINAL EXPLANTS.  Developmental Brain Research. 3:(3)502-505.
  10. N SPIRMAN; BA SELA; Michal Schwartz (1982). ANTIGANGLIOSIDE ANTIBODIES INHIBIT NEURITIC OUTGROWTH FROM REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINAL EXPLANTS.  Journal of Neurochemistry. 39:(3)874-877.

1981

  1. Michal Schwartz; Y MIZRAHI; Y KIMHI (1981). CHARACTERIZATION OF GLIAL FACTOR(S) - EFFECT ON REGENERATING GOLDFISH RETINAL EXPLANTS.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 17:(6)470-470.  Abstract
  2. Orly Cohen; BA SELA; Michal Schwartz; N ESHHAR; Irun R. Cohen (1981). MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS-LIKE DISEASE INDUCED IN RABBITS BY IMMUNIZATION WITH BRAIN GANGLIOSIDES.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 17:(8)711-714.
  3. Michal Schwartz; Zvi Vogel; C KALCHEIM (1981). GOLDFISH BRAIN EXTRACT INDUCES AGGREGATION OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS ON CULTURED MYOTUBES - INCREASED ACTIVITY FOLLOWING OPTIC-NERVE AXOTOMY.  Neuroscience Letters. 27:(2)165-170.

1980

  1. R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes (1980). LINKAGE OF MURINE (T,G)-A--L-SPECIFIC IDIOTYPIC DETERMINANTS TO THE HEAVY-CHAIN CONSTANT REGION ALLOTYPIC MARKERS.  Immunogenetics. 11:(2)191-198.
  2. Shai Fuchs; D BARTFELD; Zelig Eshhar; C FEINGOLD; D MOCHLYROSEN; Daniela Novick; Michal Schwartz; R TARRABHAZDAI (1980). IMMUNE REGULATION OF EXPERIMENTAL MYASTHENIA.  Journal Of Neurology Neurosurgery And Psychiatry. 43:(7)634-643.
  3. R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes (1980). SPECIFICITY OF GENES-CONTROLLING IMMUNE RESPONSIVENESS TO (T,G)-A-L AND (PHE,G)-A-L.  Immunology. 41:(2)339-346.

1979

  1. Michal Schwartz; B PARHAMI; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1979). CHANGE IN SPECIFICITY OF ANTIBODIES TO A RANDOM SYNTHETIC BRANCHED POLYPEPTIDE IN MICE TOLERANT TO ITS ORDERED ANALOGS.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 76:(10)5286-5288.
  2. R TARRABMAZDAI; Michal Schwartz; Shai Fuchs (1979). IMMUNOLOGICAL MEMORY FOLLOWING IMMUNOSUPPRESSION OF EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE MY ASTHENIA GRAVIS WITH AZATHIOPRINE.  Immunology Letters. 1:(2)101-104.
  3. R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes (1979). ANALYSIS OF IDIOTYPES ON MURINE ANTIBODIES INDUCED BY (PHE,G)-A--L AND (T,G)-A--L.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 15:(2)185-185.  Abstract
  4. R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes (1979). ANALYSIS OF THE GENES-CONTROLLING IMMUNE-RESPONSES TO (T,G)-A--L AND (PHE,G)-A--L.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 15:(10)871-872.  Abstract
  5. Michal Schwartz; R LIFSHITZ; Edna Mozes; J HAIMOVICH (1979). CROSS-REACTIVE IDIOTYPIC DETERMINANTS OF MURINE HIGH-RESPONDER AND LOW-RESPONDER ANTI(T,G)-A--L ANTIBODIES.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 15:(2)191-191.  Abstract
  6. Michal Schwartz; Daniela Novick; David Givol; Shai Fuchs (1979). INDUCTION OF ANTI-IDIOTYPIC ANTIBODIES BY IMMUNIZATION WITH SYNGENEIC SPLEEN-CELLS EDUCATED WITH ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 15:(2)191-191.  Abstract
  7. Michal Schwartz; Doron Lancet; R TARRABHAZDAI; Shai Fuchs (1979). EFFECT OF AZATHIOPRINE ON THE AFFINITY OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR - ANALYSIS WITH PURIFIED ANTIBODIES.  Molecular Immunology. 16:(7)483-487.

1978

  1. Michal Schwartz; Daniela Novick; David Givol; Shai Fuchs (1978). INDUCTION OF ANTI-IDIOTYPIC ANTIBODIES BY IMMUNIZATION WITH SYNGENEIC SPLEEN-CELLS EDUCATED WITH ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR.  Nature. 273:(5663)543-545.
  2. Michal Schwartz; Benjamin Geiger; R HOOGHE; M BARELI; R GALLILY; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1978). MODE OF INTERACTION WITH MACROPHAGES OF 2 ORDERED SYNTHETIC POLYPEPTIDES WHICH DIFFER IN THEIR THYMUS DEPENDENCY.  Immunology. 35:(5)849-855.
  3. R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes (1978). SPECIFICITY AND CROSSREACTIVITY OF IDIOTYPES OF MURINE ANTIBODIES INDUCED BY "POLY(TYR,GLU)-POLY(DLALA)-POLY(LYS) AND "POLY(PHE,GLU)-POLY(DLALA)-POLY(LYS).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 75:(10)5118-5121.
  4. Edna Mozes; R LIFSHITZ; Michal Schwartz (1978). CROSS REACTIVE IDIOTYPIC DETERMINANTS ON (T,G)-A--L SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES OF HIGH AND LOW RESPONDER MICE.  Journal of Immunology. 121:(4)1623-1623.  Abstract
  5. Michal Schwartz; R LIFSHITZ; David Givol; Edna Mozes; J HAIMOVICH (1978). CROSS-REACTIVE IDIOTYPIC DETERMINANTS ON MURINE ANTI-(T,G)-A-L-ANTIBODIES.  Journal of Immunology. 121:(2)421-426.
  6. Michal Schwartz; Doron Lancet; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1978). AFFINITY AND AVIDITY OF ANTIBODIES TO RANDOM POLYMER (T,G)-A-L AND A RELATED ORDERED SYNTHETIC POLYPEPTIDE.  Immunochemistry. 15:(7)477-481.

1977

  1. R TARRABHAZDAI; Michal Schwartz; Shai Fuchs (1977). IMMUNOLOGICAL MECHANISM OF IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE MYASTHENIA-GRAVIS.  Israel Medical Association Journal. 13:(10)1043-1043.  Abstract

1976

  1. M CRAMER; Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1976). RECONSTITUTION OF GENETICALLY REGULATED RESPONSES AGAINST RANDOM AND ORDERED SYNTHETIC POLYPEPTIDES BY METHYLATED BOVINE SERUM-ALBUMIN AS ANALYZED BY ISOELECTRIC-FOCUSING.  European Journal of Immunology. 6:(9)618-623.
  2. Michal Schwartz; RJ HOOGHE; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1976). ROLE OF ANTIGENIC STRUCTURE IN CELL TO CELL COOPERATION.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 73:(11)4184-4186.
  3. Michal Schwartz; C WALTENBAUGH; M DORF; R CESLA; M SELA; B BENACERRAF (1976). DETERMINANTS OF ANTIGENIC MOLECULES RESPONSIBLE FOR GENETICALLY CONTROLLED REGULATION OF IMMUNE-RESPONSES.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 73:(8)2862-2866.

1975

  1. Michal Schwartz; Edna Mozes; M SELA (1975). GENETICALLY CONTROLLED IMMUNE-RESPONSES OF INBRED MOUSE STRAINS TO CONJUGATES OF ORDERED PEPTIDES (TYR-TYR-GLU-GLU) AND (TYR-GLU-TYR-GLU) WITH MULTICHAIN POLY-DL-ALANINE AS COMPARED WITH RESPONSE TO RANDOM (T,G)-A--L.  European Journal of Immunology. 5:(12)866-871.

1974

  1. Edna Mozes; Michal Schwartz; M SELA (1974). ANTIBODY-RESPONSE OF INBRED MOUSE STRAINS TO ORDERED TETRAPEPTIDES OF TYROSINE AND GLUTAMIC-ACID ATTACHED TO MULTICHAIN POLYALANINE OR POLYPROLINE - TYR-TYR-GLU-GLU IS A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF RANDOM POLY-(TYR, GLU)-POLYDLALA-POLYLYS.  Journal of Experimental Medicine. 140:(2)349-355.