Publications

2019

  1. Wenyi Wang; Gad Galili (2019). Tuning the Orchestra: miRNAs in Plant Immunity.  Trends in Plant Science. 24:(3)189-191.  Abstract

2018

  1. Rachel Amir; Gad Galili; Hagai Cohen (2018). The metabolic roles of free amino acids during seed development.  Plant Science. 275:11-18.  Abstract
  2. Joao Henrique F. Cavalcanti; Menny Kirma; Jessica A. S. Barros et_al. (2018). An L,L-diaminopimelate aminotransferase mutation leads to metabolic shifts and growth inhibition in Arabidopsis.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 69:(22)5489-5506.  Abstract
  3. Wenyi Wang; Mengyun Xu; Guoping Wang; Gad Galili (2018). New insights into the metabolism of aspartate-family amino acids in plant seeds.  Plant Reproduction. 31:(3)203-211.  Abstract
  4. Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Frantisek Baluska; Peter V. Bozhkov et_al. (2018). Autophagy-related approaches for improving nutrient use efficiency and crop yield protection.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 69:(6)1335-1353.  Abstract

2017

  1. Guoping Wang; Mengyun Xu; Wenyi Wang; Gad Galili (2017). Fortifying Horticultural Crops with Essential Amino Acids: A Review.  International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 18:(6)  Abstract
  2. Moran Oliva; Einat Bar; Rinat Ovadia; Avichai Perl; Gad Galili; Efraim Lewinsohn; Michal Oren-Shamir (2017). Phenylpyruvate Contributes to the Synthesis of Fragrant Benzenoid-Phenylpropanoids in Petunia x hybrida Flowers.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 8.
  3. WY Wang; MY Xu; GP Wang; Gad Galili (2017). Autophagy: An Important Biological Process That Protects Plants from Stressful Environments.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 7.

2016

  1. Qingjun Xie; Zhongyuan Liu; Sagit Meir; Ilana Rogachev; Asaph Aharoni; Harry J. Klee; Gad Galili (2016). Altered metabolite accumulation in tomato fruits by coexpressing a feedback-insensitive AroG and the PhODO1 MYB-type transcription factor.  Plant Biotechnology Journal. 14:(12)2300-2309.  Abstract
  2. Wenyi Wang; Gad Galili (2016). Transgenic high-lysine rice - a realistic solution to malnutrition?.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 67:(14)4009-11.
  3. Gad Galili; Rachel Amir; Alisdair R Fernie (2016). The Regulation of Essential Amino Acid Synthesis and Accumulation in Plants.  Annual Review of Plant Biology. 67:153-78.  Abstract
  4. Simon Michaeli; Gad Galili; Pascal Genschik; Alisdair R. Fernie; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg (2016). Autophagy in Plants - What's New on the Menu?.  Trends in Plant Science. 21:(2)134-144.  Abstract
  5. Qingjun Xie; Oren Tzfadia; Matan Levy; Efrat Weithorn; Hadas Peled-Zehavi; Parys, Thomas Van Parys; de Peer, Yves Van de Peer; Gad Galili (2016). hfAIM: A reliable bioinformatics approach for in silico genome-wide identification of autophagy-associated Atg8-interacting motifs in various organisms.  Autophagy. 12:(5)876-887.  Abstract
  6. Autophagy Author Collaboration Autophagy Author Collaboration; Eli Arama; Avital Eisenberg-Lerner; Zvulun Elazar; Gad Galili; Adi Kimchi (2016). Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition).  Autophagy. 12:(1)1-222.

2015

  1. Albert Batushansky; Menny Kirma; Nicole Grillich; Phuong A. Pharn; Doris Rentsch; Gad Galili; Alisdair R. Fernie; Aaron Fait (2015). The transporter GAT1 plays an important role in GABA-mediated carbon-nitrogen interactions in Arabidopsis.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 6.  Abstract
  2. N Manela; Moran Oliva; R Ovadia et_al. (2015). Phenylalanine and tyrosine levels are rate-limiting factors in production of health promoting metabolites in Vitis vinifera cv. Gamay Red cell suspension.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 6.  Abstract
  3. Qingjun Xie; Simon Michaeli; Nadas Peled-Zehavi; Gad Galili (2015). Chloroplast degradation: one organelle, multiple degradation pathways.  Trends in Plant Science. 20:(5)264-265.  Abstract
  4. Moran Oliva; Rinat Ovadia; Avichai Perl; Einat Bar; Efraim Lewinsohn; Gad Galili; Michal Oren-Shamir (2015). Enhanced formation of aromatic amino acids increases fragrance without affecting flower longevity or pigmentation in Petunia x hybrida.  Plant Biotechnology Journal. 13:(1)125-136.  Abstract
  5. Jedrzej Jakub Szymanski; Gad Galili (2015). Linking Plant Amino Acids with Energy and Stress A Systems Biology Perspective.  . 343-358.

2014

  1. Simon Michaeli; Arik Honig; Hanna Levanony; Hadas Peled-Zehavi; Gad Galili (2014). Arabidopsis ATG8-INTERACTING PROTEIN1 Is Involved in Autophagy-Dependent Vesicular Trafficking of Plastid Proteins to the Vacuole.  Plant Cell. 26:(10)4084-4101.  Abstract
  2. Gad Galili; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; R Angelovici; AR Fernie (2014). The role of photosynthesis and amino acid metabolism in the energy status during seed development.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 5.  Abstract
  3. Albert Batushansky; Menny Kirma; Nicole Grillich et_al. (2014). Combined Transcriptomics and Metabolomics of Arabidopsis thaliana Seedlings Exposed to Exogenous GABA Suggest Its Role in Plants Is Predominantly Metabolic.  Molecular Plant. 7:(6)1065-1068.
  4. Simon Michaeli; Gad Galili (2014). Degradation of Organelles or Specific Organelle Components via Selective Autophagy in Plant Cells.  International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 15:(5)7624-7638.  Abstract
  5. Simon Michaeli; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Gad Galili (2014). Involvement of autophagy in the direct ER to vacuole protein trafficking route in plants.  Frontiers in Plant Science. 5.  Abstract

2013

  1. Vered Tzin; Ilana Rogachev; Sagit Meir; Zvi, Michal Moyal Ben Zvi; Tania Masci; Alexander Vainstein; Asaph Aharoni; Gad Galili (2013). Tomato fruits expressing a bacterial feedback-insensitive 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthase of the shikimate pathway possess enhanced levels of multiple specialized metabolites and upgraded aroma.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 64:(14)4441-4452.  Abstract
  2. Sonia Osorio; Jose G. Vallarino; Marek Szecowka; Shai Ufaz; Vered Tzin; Ruthie Angelovici; Gad Galili; Alisdair R. Fernie (2013). Alteration of the Interconversion of Pyruvate and Malate in the Plastid or Cytosol of Ripening Tomato Fruit Invokes Diverse Consequences on Sugar But Similar Effects on Cellular Organic Acid, Metabolism, and Transitory Starch Accumulation.  Plant Physiology. 161:(2)628-643.  Abstract
  3. Vladimir Sobolev; Marvin Edelman; Orly Dym; Tamar Unger; Shira Albeck; Menny Kirma; Gad Galili (2013). Structure of ALD1, a plant-specific homologue of the universal diaminopimelate aminotransferase enzyme of lysine biosynthesis.  Acta Crystallographica Section F-Structural Biology And Crystallization Communications. 69:84-89.  Abstract
  4. Gad Galili; Rachel Amir (2013). Fortifying plants with the essential amino acids lysine and methionine to improve nutritional quality.  Plant Biotechnology Journal. 11:(2)211-222.  Abstract

2012

  1. Maria Kirma; Wagner L. Araujo; Alisdair R. Fernie; Gad Galili (2012). The multifaceted role of aspartate-family amino acids in plant metabolism.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 63:(14)4995-5001.  Abstract
  2. Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Vered Tzin; Ruthie Angelovici; Hadar Less; Gad Galili (2012). Deciphering energy-associated gene networks operating in the response of Arabidopsis plants to stress and nutritional cues.  Plant Journal. 70:(6)954-966.  Abstract
  3. Arik Honig; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Gad Galili (2012). Selective autophagy in the aid of plant germination and response to nutrient starvation.  Autophagy. 8:(5)838-839.  Abstract
  4. Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Arik Honig; Gad Galili (2012). Variations on a theme: plant autophagy in comparison to yeast and mammals.  Protoplasma. 249:(2)285-299.  Abstract
  5. Vered Tzin; Sergey Malitsky; Zvi, Michal Moyal Ben Zvi; Mohamed Bedair; Lloyd Sumner; Asaph Aharoni; Gad Galili (2012). Expression of a bacterial feedback-insensitive 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthase of the shikimate pathway in Arabidopsis elucidates potential metabolic bottlenecks between primary and secondary metabolism.  New Phytologist. 194:(2)430-439.  Abstract
  6. Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Gad Galili (2012). METATABOLISM Amino acid regulatory wisdom.  Nature Chemical Biology. 8:(1)23-24.
  7. Arik Honig; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Shai Ufaz; Gad Galili (2012). A New Type of Compartment, Defined by Plant-Specific Atg8-Interacting Proteins, Is Induced upon Exposure of Arabidopsis Plants to Carbon Starvation.  Plant Cell. 24:(1)288-303.  Abstract

2011

  1. Aaron Fait; Adriano Nunes Nesi; Ruthie Angelovici et_al. (2011). Targeted Enhancement of Glutamate-to-gamma-Aminobutyrate Conversion in Arabidopsis Seeds Affects Carbon-Nitrogen Balance and Storage Reserves in a Development-Dependent Manner.  Plant Physiology. 157:(3)1026-1042.  Abstract
  2. Shai Ufaz; Vijaya Shukla; Yulia Soloveichik; Yelena Golan; Frank Breuer; Zsuzsa Koncz; Gad Galili; Csaba Koncz; Aviah Zilberstein (2011). Transcriptional control of aspartate kinase expression during darkness and sugar depletion in Arabidopsis: involvement of bZIP transcription factors.  Planta. 233:(5)1025-1040.  Abstract
  3. Hadar Less; Ruthie Angelovici; Vered Tzin; Gad Galili (2011). Coordinated Gene Networks Regulating Arabidopsis Plant Metabolism in Response to Various Stresses and Nutritional Cues.  Plant Cell. 23:(4)1264-1271.  Abstract
  4. Asaph Aharoni; Gad Galili (2011). Metabolic engineering of the plant primary-secondary metabolism interface.  Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 22:(2)239-244.  Abstract
  5. Ruthie Angelovici; Aaron Fait; Alisdair R. Fernie; Gad Galili (2011). A seed high-lysine trait is negatively associated with the TCA cycle and slows down Arabidopsis seed germination.  New Phytologist. 189:(1)148-159.  Abstract

2010

  1. Vered Tzin; Gad Galili (2010). New Insights into the Shikimate and Aromatic Amino Acids Biosynthesis Pathways in Plants.  Molecular Plant. 3:(6)956-972.  Abstract
  2. Hadar Less; Ruthie Angelovici; Vered Tzin; Gad Galili (2010). Principal transcriptional regulation and genome-wide system interactions of the Asp-family and aromatic amino acid networks of amino acid metabolism in plants.  Amino Acids. 39:(4)1023-1028.  Abstract
  3. Ruthie Angelovici; Gad Galili; Alisdair R. Fernie; Aaron Fait (2010). Seed desiccation: a bridge between maturation and germination.  Trends in Plant Science. 15:(4)211-218.  Abstract

2009

  1. Ruthie Angelovici; Aaron Fait; Xiaohong Zhu; Jedrzej Szymanski; Ester Feldmesser; Alisdair R. Fernie; Gad Galili (2009). Deciphering Transcriptional and Metabolic Networks Associated with Lysine Metabolism during Arabidopsis Seed Development.  Plant Physiology. 151:(4)2058-2072.  Abstract
  2. Vered Tzin; Sergey Malitsky; Asaph Aharoni; Gad Galili (2009). Expression of a bacterial bi-functional chorismate mutase/prephenate dehydratase modulates primary and secondary metabolism associated with aromatic amino acids in Arabidopsis.  Plant Journal. 60:(1)156-167.  Abstract
  3. Gad Galili; Hadar Less; Ruthie Angelovici (2009). Bioinformatic dissection of gene modules controlling the operation of plant amino acid metabolic networks.  Amino Acids. 37:46-46.  Abstract
  4. David Aviezer; Einat Almon-Brill; Yoseph Shaaltiel; Gad Galili; Raul Chertkoff; Sharon Hashmueli; Eithan Galun; Ari Zimran (2009). Novel enzyme replacement therapy for Gaucher disease: Ongoing Phase III clinical trial with recombinant human glucocerebrosidase expressed in plant cells.  Molecular Genetics and Metabolism. 96:(2)S13-S14.  Abstract
  5. Hadar Less; Gad Galili (2009). Coordinations between gene modules control the operation of plant amino acid metabolic networks.  BMC Systems Biology. 3.  Abstract

2008

  1. Silvia Slavikova; Shai Ufaz; Tamar Avin-Wittenberg; Hanna Levanony; Gad Galili (2008). An autophagy-associated Atg8 protein is involved in the responses of Arabidopsis seedlings to hormonal controls and abiotic stresses.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 59:(14)4029-4043.  Abstract
  2. Shai Ufaz; Gad Galili (2008). Improving the content of essential amino acids in crop plants: Goals and opportunities.  Plant Physiology. 147:(3)954-961.
  3. Hadar Less; Gad Galili (2008). Principal transcriptional programs regulating plant amino acid metabolism in response to abiotic stresses.  Plant Physiology. 147:(1)316-330.  Abstract
  4. David Aviezer; Einat Almon-Brill; Yossef Shaaltiel; Gad Galili; Raul Chertkoff; Sharon Hashmueli; Eithan Galun; Ari Zimran (2008). Novel enzyme replacement therapy for Gaucher disease: On-going phase III clinical trial with recombinant human glucocerebrosidase expressed in plant cells.  Molecular Genetics and Metabolism. 93:(2)S15-S15.  Abstract
  5. Aaron Fait; Hillel Fromm; Dirk Walter; Gad Galili; Alisdair R. Fernie (2008). Highway or byway: the metabolic role of the GABA shunt in plants.  Trends in Plant Science. 13:(1)14-19.  Abstract
  6. Shmuel Galili; Rachel Amir; Gad Galili (2008). Genetic Engineering of Amino Acid Metabolism in Plants.  . 49-80.  Abstract

2007

  1. Guiliang Tang; Gad Galili; Xun Zhuang (2007). RNAi and microRNA: breakthrough technologies for the improvement of plant nutritional value and metabolic engineering.  Metabolomics. 3:(3)357-369.  Abstract
  2. H. Less; Gad Galili (2007). Do catabolic enzymes play major regulatory roles in plant amino acid metabolism?.  Amino Acids. 33:(3)XXXVI-XXXVI.  Abstract
  3. Yoseph Shaaltiel; Daniel Bartfeld; Sharon Hashmueli et_al. (2007). Production of glucocerebrosidase with terminal mannose glycans for enzyme replacement therapy of Gaucher's disease using a plant cell system.  Plant Biotechnology Journal. 5:(5)579-590.  Abstract
  4. Xuelu Wang; Jose A. Lopez-Valenzuela; Bryan C. Gibbon; Bertrand Gakiere; Gad Galili; Brian A. Larkins (2007). Characterization of monofunctional aspartate kinase genes in maize and their relationship with free amino acid content in the endosperm.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 58:(10)2653-2660.  Abstract

2006

  1. Aaron Fait; Ruthie Angelovici; Hadar Less; Itzhak Ohad; Ewa Urbanczyk-Wochniak; Alisdair R. Fernie; Gad Galili (2006). Arabidopsis seed development and germination is associated with temporally distinct metabolic switches.  Plant Physiology. 142:(3)839-854.  Abstract
  2. YS Katz; Gad Galili; R Amir (2006). Regulatory role of cystathionine-gamma-synthase and de novo synthesis of methionine in ethylene production during tomato fruit ripening.  Plant Molecular Biology. 61:(2-Jan)255-268.  Abstract
  3. A Stepansky; H Less; R Angelovici; Rotem Aharon; X Zhu; Gad Galili (2006). Lysine catabolism, an effective versatile regulator of lysine level in plants.  Amino Acids. 30:(2)121-125.  Abstract

2005

  1. S Slavikova; G Shy; YL Yao; R Giozman; Hanna Levanony; Shmuel Pietrokovski; Zvulun Elazar; Gad Galili (2005). The autophagy-associated Atg8 gene family operates both under favourable growth conditions and under starvation stresses in Arabidopsis plants.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 56:(421)2839-2849.  Abstract
  2. Gad Galili; R Amir; R Hoefgen; H Hesse (2005). Improving the levels of essential amino acids and sulfur metabolites in plants.  Biological Chemistry. 386:(9)817-831.  Abstract
  3. A Stepansky; YL Yao; GL Tang; Gad Galili (2005). Regulation of lysine catabolism in Arabidopsis through concertedly regulated synthesis of the two distinct gene products of the composite AtLKR/SDH locus.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 56:(412)525-536.  Abstract

2004

  1. Gad Galili (2004). ER-derived compartments are formed by highly regulated processes and have special functions in plants.  Plant Physiology. 136:(3)3411-3413.
  2. GL Tang; Gad Galili (2004). Using RNAi to improve plant nutritional value: from mechanism to application.  Trends in Biotechnology. 22:(9)463-469.  Abstract
  3. XH Zhu; Gad Galili (2004). Lysine metabolism is concurrently regulated by synthesis and catabolism in both reproductive and vegetative tissues.  Plant Physiology. 135:(1)129-136.  Abstract

2003

  1. A Stepansky; Gad Galili (2003). Synthesis of the Arabidopsis bifunctional lysine-ketoglutarate reductase/saccharopine dehydrogenase enzyme of lysine catabolism is concertedly regulated by metabolic and stress-associated signals.  Plant Physiology. 133:(3)1407-1415.  Abstract
  2. R David-Schwartz; V Gadkar; S Wininger; R Bendov; Gad Galili; Avraham Levy; Y Kapulnik (2003). Isolation of a premycorrhizal infection (pmi2) mutant of tomato, resistant to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization.  Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 16:(5)382-388.  Abstract
  3. XH Zhu; Gad Galili (2003). Increased lysine synthesis coupled with a knockout of its catabolism synergistically boosts lysine content and also transregulates the metabolism of other amino acids in Arabidopsis seeds.  Plant Cell. 15:(4)845-853.  Abstract
  4. D Demidov; C Horstmann; M Meixner; T Pickardt; I Saalbach; Gad Galili; K Muntz (2003). Additive effects of the feed-back insensitive bacterial aspartate kinase and the Brazil nut 2S albumin on the methionine content of transgenic narbon bean (Vicia narbonensis L.).  Molecular Breeding. 11:(3)187-201.  Abstract
  5. Rotem Aharon; Y Shahak; S Wininger; R Bendov; Y Kapulnik; Gad Galili (2003). Overexpression of a plasma membrane aquaporin in transgenic tobacco improves plant vigor under favorable growth conditions but not under drought or salt stress.  Plant Cell. 15:(2)439-447.  Abstract

2002

  1. XH Zhu; GL Tang; Gad Galili (2002). The activity of the Arabidopsis bifunctional lysine-ketoglutarate reductase/saccharopine dehydrogenase enzyme of lysine catabolism is regulated by functional interaction between its two enzyme domains.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 277:(51)49655-49661.  Abstract
  2. YL Yao; LH Song; Yonatan Katz; Gad Galili (2002). Cloning and characterization of Arabidopsis homologues of the animal CstF complex that regulates 3 ' mRNA cleavage and polyadenylation.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 53:(378)2277-2278.  Abstract
  3. GL Tang; XH Zhu; B Gakiere; Hanna Levanony; A Kahana; Gad Galili (2002). The bifunctional LKR/SDH locus of plants also encodes a highly active monofunctional lysine-ketoglutarate reductase using a polyadenylation signal located within an intron.  Plant Physiology. 130:(1)147-154.  Abstract
  4. R Amir; Y Hacham; Gad Galili (2002). Cystathionine gamma-synthase and threonine synthase operate in concert to regulate carbon flow towards methionine in plants.  Trends in Plant Science. 7:(4)153-156.  Abstract
  5. Gad Galili; R Hofgen (2002). Metabolic engineering of amino acids and storage proteins in plants.  Metabolic Engineering. 4:(1)3-11.  Abstract
  6. Gad Galili (2002). New insights into the regulation and functional significance of lysine metabolism in plants.  Annual Review of Plant Biology. 53:27-43.  Abstract
  7. Gad Galili; S Galili; E Lewinsohn; Y Tadmor (2002). Genetic, molecular, and genomic approaches to improve the value of plant foods and feeds.  Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences. 21:(3)167-204.  Abstract

2001

  1. G Shy; L Ehler; E Herman; Gad Galili (2001). Expression patterns of genes encoding endomembrane proteins support a reduced function of the Golgi in wheat endosperm during the onset of storage protein deposition.  Journal of Experimental Botany. 52:(365)2387-2388.  Abstract
  2. R David-Schwartz; H Badani; W Smadar; Avraham Levy; Gad Galili; Y Kapulnik (2001). Identification of a novel genetically controlled step in mycorrhizal colonization: plant resistance to infection by fungal spores but not extra-radical hyphae.  Plant Journal. 27:(6)561-569.  Abstract
  3. XH Zhu; GL Tang; F Granier; D Bouchez; Gad Galili (2001). A T-DNA insertion knockout of the bifunctional lysine-ketoglutarate reductase/saccharopine dehydrogenase gene elevates lysine levels in arabidopsis seeds.  Plant Physiology. 126:(4)1539-1545.  Abstract
  4. AE Blechl; OD Anderson; PA Okubara et_al. (2001). Applications of biotechnology for improving the healthfulness and utility of cereals.  ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 222:U41-U41.  Abstract
  5. Gad Galili; GL Tang; XH Zhu; B Gakiere (2001). Lysine catabolism: a stress and development super-regulated metabolic pathway.  Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 4:(3)261-266.  Abstract
  6. Gad Galili; GL Tang; XH Zhu; H Karchi; D Miron; B Gakiere; A Stepansky (2001). Molecular genetic dissection and potential manipulation of lysine metabolism in seeds.  Journal of Plant Physiology. 158:(4)515-520.  Abstract
  7. A Vitale; Gad Galili (2001). The endomembrane system and the problem of protein sorting.  Plant Physiology. 125:(1)115-118.

2000

  1. XH Zhu; GL Tang; Gad Galili (2000). Characterization of the two saccharopine dehydrogenase isozymes of lysine catabolism encoded by the single composite at AtLKR/SDH locus of arabidopsis.  Plant Physiology. 124:(3)1363-1371.  Abstract
  2. XH Zhu; GL Tang; Gad Galili (2000). The catabolic function of the alpha-aminoadipic acid pathway in plants is associated with unidirectional activity of lysine-oxoglutarate reductase, but not saccharopine dehydrogenase.  Biochemical Journal. 351:215-220.  Abstract
  3. GL Tang; XH Zhu; XH Tang; Gad Galili (2000). A novel composite locus of Arabidopsis encoding two polypeptides with metabolically related but distinct functions in lysine catabolism.  Plant Journal. 23:(2)195-203.  Abstract
  4. D Miron; S Ben-Yaacov; D Reches; A Schupper; Gad Galili (2000). Purification and characterization of bifunctional lysine-ketoglutarate reductase/saccharopine dehydrogenase from developing soybean seeds.  Plant Physiology. 123:(2)655-663.  Abstract
  5. Gad Galili; GL Tang; XH Zhu; R Amir; Hanna Levanony; G Shy; EM Herman (2000). Plant seeds: An exciting model system for dissecting molecular and cellular regulation of metabolic processes.  Israel Journal of Plant Sciences. 48:(3)181-187.  Abstract

1999

  1. O Shaul; DW Hilgemann; J de-Almeida-Engler; Montagu, M Van Montagu; D Inze; Gad Galili (1999). Cloning and characterization of a novel Mg2+/H+ exchanger.  EMBO Journal. 18:(14)3973-3980.  Abstract
  2. D Miron; G Tang; H Karchi; A Schupper; S Ben-Yaacob; Gad Galili (1999). Regulation of lysine catabolism in plants.  Plant Biotechnology And In Vitro Biology In The 21St Century. 36:311-314.  Abstract
  3. R Amir; H Karchi; Lin Yang; A Perl; Gad Galili (1999). T-DNA and "gain of function" tobacco mutants with altered threonine metabolism.  Plant Biotechnology And In Vitro Biology In The 21St Century. 36:273-276.  Abstract

1998

  1. Gad Galili; C Sengupta-Gopalan; A Ceriotti (1998). The endoplasmic reticulum of plant cells and its role in protein maturation and biogenesis of oil bodies.  Plant Molecular Biology. 38:(2-Jan)1-29.  Abstract
  2. Roee David; H Itzhaki; I Ginzberg; Y Gafni; Gad Galili; Y Kapulnik (1998). Suppression of tobacco basic chitinase gene expression in response to colonization by the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Glomus intraradices.  Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. 11:(6)489-497.  Abstract
  3. JX Zhu-Shimoni; Gad Galili (1998). Expression of an Arabidopsis aspartate kinase homoserine dehydrogenase gene is metabolically regulated by photosynthesis-related signals but not by nitrogenous compounds.  Plant Physiology. 116:(3)1023-1028.  Abstract

1997

  1. D Miron; S Ben-Yaacov; H Karchi; Gad Galili (1997). In vitro dephosphorylation inhibits the activity of soybean lysine-ketoglutarate reductase in a lysine-regulated manner.  Plant Journal. 12:(6)1453-1458.  Abstract
  2. GL Tang; D Miron; JX ZhuShimoni; Gad Galili (1997). Regulation of lysine catabolism through lysine-ketoglutarate reductase and saccharopine dehydrogenase in Arabidopsis.  Plant Cell. 9:(8)1305-1316.  Abstract
  3. Yeruham Shimoni; AE Blechl; OD Anderson; Gad Galili (1997). A recombinant protein of two high molecular weight glutenins alters gluten polymer formation in transgenic wheat.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 272:(24)15488-15495.  Abstract
  4. GL Tang; JX ZhuShimoni; R Amir; IBT Zchori; Gad Galili (1997). Cloning and expression of an Arabidopsis thaliana cDNA encoding a monofunctional aspartate kinase homologous to the lysine-sensitive enzyme of Escherichia coli.  Plant Molecular Biology. 34:(2)287-293.  Abstract
  5. JX ZhuShimoni; S LevYadun; B Matthews; Gad Galili (1997). Expression of an aspartate kinase homoserine dehydrogenase gene is subject to specific spatial and temporal regulation in vegetative tissues, flowers, and developing seeds.  Plant Physiology. 113:(3)695-706.  Abstract
  6. Gad Galili; H Karchi; G Shaul; JX Zhu-Shimoni; D Miron; LH Yang; S Ben-Yaacov; R Amir; A Perl (1997). Expression of bacterial dihydrodipicolinate synthase in transgenic plants: Potentials to improve lysine content in forage, grain and tuber crops.  Horticultural Biotechnology In Vitro Culture And Breeding. (447)551-559.  Abstract
  7. Gad Galili; EM Herman (1997). Protein bodies: Storage vacuoles in seeds.  Advances In Botanical Research Incorporating Advances In Plant Pathology, Vol 25: The Plant Vacuole. 25:113-140.

1996

  1. IBT Tzchori; A Perl; Gad Galili (1996). Lysine and threonine metabolism are subject to complex patterns of regulation in Arabidopsis.  Plant Molecular Biology. 32:(4)727-734.  Abstract
  2. H BrinchPedersen; Gad Galili; S Knudsen; PB Holm (1996). Engineering of the aspartate family biosynthetic pathway in barley (Hordeum vulgare L) by transformation with heterologous genes encoding feed-back-insensitive aspartate kinase and dihydrodipicolinate synthase.  Plant Molecular Biology. 32:(4)611-620.  Abstract
  3. Yeruham Shimoni; Gad Galili (1996). Intramolecular disulfide bonds between conserved cysteines in wheat gliadins control their deposition into protein bodies.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 271:(31)18869-18874.  Abstract
  4. Gad Galili; Yeruham Shimoni; S GioriniSilfen; Hanna Levanony; Y Altschuler; Nir Shani (1996). Wheat storage proteins: Assembly, transport and deposition in protein bodies.  Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 34:(2)245-252.  Abstract

1995

  1. H KARCHI; D MIRON; S BENYAACOV; Gad Galili (1995). THE LYSINE-DEPENDENT STIMULATION OF LYSINE CATABOLISM IN TOBACCO SEED REQUIRES CALCIUM AND PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION.  Plant Cell. 7:(11)1963-1970.  Abstract
  2. Gad Galili (1995). REGULATION OF LYSINE AND THREONINE SYNTHESIS.  Plant Cell. 7:(7)899-906.
  3. Yeruham Shimoni; XZ ZHU; Hanna Levanony; Gad Segal; Gad Galili (1995). PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND INTRACELLULAR-LOCALIZATION OF GLYCOSYLATED PROTEIN DISULFIDE-ISOMERASE FROM WHEAT GRAINS.  Plant Physiology. 108:(1)327-335.  Abstract
  4. Gad Galili; Y ALTSCHULER; Hanna Levanony; S GIORINISILFEN; Yeruham Shimoni; Nir Shani; H KARCHI (1995). ASSEMBLY AND TRANSPORT OF WHEAT STORAGE PROTEINS.  Journal of Plant Physiology. 145:(6-May)626-631.  Abstract
  5. Yeruham Shimoni; Gad Segal; XZ ZHU; Gad Galili (1995). NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A WHEAT CDNA-ENCODING PROTEIN DISULFIDE-ISOMERASE.  Plant Physiology. 107:(1)281-281.
  6. Gad Galili; S GIORINISILFEN; Yeruham Shimoni; YU ALTSCHULER; Hanna Levanony; Nir Shani; H KARCHI; Esra Galun (1995). ASSEMBLY AND INTRACELLULAR-TRANSPORT OF WHEAT STORAGE PROTEINS.  Journal of Cellular Biochemistry. 132-132.  Abstract
  7. Gad Galili; Y Altschuler; A Ceriotti (1995). Synthesis of plant proteins in heterologous systems: Xenopus laevis oocytes.  Methods In Cell Biology, Vol 50. 50:497-517.

1994

  1. Gad Galili; H KARCHI; O SHAUL; A PERL; A CAHANA; IB TZCHORI; XZ ZHU; S GALILI (1994). PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC PLANTS CONTAINING ELEVATED LEVELS OF LYSINE AND THREONINE.  Biochemical Society Transactions. 22:(4)921-925.  Abstract
  2. Aharon Rabinkov; XZ ZHU; G GRAFI; Gad Galili; David Mirelman (1994). ALLIIN LYASE (ALLIINASE) FROM GARLIC (ALLIUM-SATIVUM) - BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND CDNA CLONING.  Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 48:(3)149-171.  Abstract
  3. Nir Shani; N ROSENBERG; DD KASARDA; Gad Galili (1994). MECHANISMS OF ASSEMBLY OF WHEAT HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENINS INFERRED FROM EXPRESSION OF WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT SUBUNITS IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 269:(12)8924-8930.  Abstract
  4. Y ALTSCHULER; Gad Galili (1994). ROLE OF CONSERVED CYSTEINES OF A WHEAT GLIADIN IN ITS TRANSPORT AND ASSEMBLY INTO PROTEIN BODIES IN XENOPUS-OOCYTES.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 269:(9)6677-6682.  Abstract
  5. H KARCHI; O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1994). LYSINE SYNTHESIS AND CATABOLISM ARE COORDINATELY REGULATED DURING TOBACCO SEED DEVELOPMENT.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 91:(7)2577-2581.  Abstract

1993

  1. G GRAFI; Gad Galili (1993). INDUCTION OF CYTOPLASMIC FACTORS THAT BIND TO THE 3' AU-RICH REGION OF HUMAN INTERFERON-BETA MESSENGER-RNA DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS.  FEBS Letters. 336:(3)403-407.  Abstract
  2. O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1993). CONCERTED REGULATION OF LYSINE AND THREONINE SYNTHESIS IN TOBACCO PLANTS EXPRESSING BACTERIAL FEEDBACK-INSENSITIVE ASPARTATE KINASE AND DIHYDRODIPICOLINATE SYNTHASE.  Plant Molecular Biology. 23:(4)759-768.  Abstract
  3. G GRAFI; Irit Sela; Gad Galili (1993). TRANSLATIONAL REGULATION OF HUMAN INTERFERON-BETA MESSENGER-RNA - ASSOCIATION OF THE 3' AU-RICH SEQUENCE WITH THE POLY(A) TAIL REDUCES TRANSLATION EFFICIENCY INVITRO.  Molecular and Cellular Biology. 13:(6)3487-3493.  Abstract
  4. A PERL; S GALILI; O SHAUL; I BENTZVI; Gad Galili (1993). BACTERIAL DIHYDRODIPICOLINATE SYNTHASE AND DESENSITIZED ASPARTATE KINASE - 2 NOVEL SELECTABLE MARKERS FOR PLANT TRANSFORMATION.  Bio-Technology. 11:(6)715-718.  Abstract
  5. H KARCHI; O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1993). SEED-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF A BACTERIAL DESENSITIZED ASPARTATE KINASE INCREASES THE PRODUCTION OF SEED THREONINE AND METHIONINE IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO.  Plant Journal. 3:(5)721-727.  Abstract
  6. Gad Galili; H KARCHI; O SHAUL (1993). REGULATION OF LYSINE SYNTHESIS, ACCUMULATION AND INCORPORATION INTO PROTEINS IN TOBACCO SEEDS.  Plant Physiology. 102:(1)6-6.  Abstract
  7. N ROSENBERG; Yeruham Shimoni; Y ALTSCHULER; Hanna Levanony; M VOLOKITA; Gad Galili (1993). WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L) GAMMA-GLIADIN ACCUMULATES IN DENSE PROTEIN BODIES WITHIN THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM OF YEAST.  Plant Physiology. 102:(1)61-69.  Abstract
  8. Y ALTSCHULER; N ROSENBERG; R HAREL; Gad Galili (1993). THE N-TERMINAL AND C-TERMINAL REGIONS REGULATE THE TRANSPORT OF WHEAT GAMMA-GLIADIN THROUGH THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM IN XENOPUS OOCYTES.  Plant Cell. 5:(4)443-450.  Abstract
  9. Gad Galili; Hanna Levanony; Rachamim Rubin; S GIORINISILFEN; N ROSENBERG; Nir Shani; Y ALTSCHULER; Yeruham Shimoni; H KARCHI (1993). SYNTHESIS, TARGETING, AND PACKAGING OF WHEAT SEED STORAGE PROTEINS.  Seed Storage Compounds: Biosynthesis, Interactions And Manipulations. 35:152-168.  Abstract

1992

  1. Hanna Levanony; Rachamim Rubin; Y ALTSCHULER; Gad Galili (1992). EVIDENCE FOR A NOVEL ROUTE OF WHEAT STORAGE PROTEINS TO VACUOLES.  Journal of Cell Biology. 119:(5)1117-1128.  Abstract
  2. O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1992). THREONINE OVERPRODUCTION IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO PLANTS EXPRESSING A MUTANT DESENSITIZED ASPARTATE KINASE OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI.  Plant Physiology. 100:(3)1157-1163.  Abstract
  3. A PERL; H KLESS; A BLUMENTHAL; Gad Galili; Esra Galun (1992). IMPROVEMENT OF PLANT-REGENERATION AND GUS EXPRESSION IN SCUTELLAR WHEAT CALLI BY OPTIMIZATION OF CULTURE CONDITIONS AND DNA-MICROPROJECTILE DELIVERY PROCEDURES.  Molecular & General Genetics. 235:(3-Feb)279-284.  Abstract
  4. A PERL; O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1992). REGULATION OF LYSINE SYNTHESIS IN TRANSGENIC POTATO PLANTS EXPRESSING A BACTERIAL DIHYDRODIPICOLINATE SYNTHASE IN THEIR CHLOROPLASTS.  Plant Molecular Biology. 19:(5)815-823.  Abstract
  5. E RODRIGUEZARANGO; R ARANGO; Rivka Adar; Gad Galili; Nathan Sharon (1992). CLONING, SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS AND EXPRESSION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI OF THE CDNA-ENCODING A PRECURSOR OF PEANUT AGGLUTININ.  FEBS Letters. 307:(2)185-189.  Abstract
  6. Rachamim Rubin; Hanna Levanony; Gad Galili (1992). EVIDENCE FOR THE PRESENCE OF 2 DIFFERENT TYPES OF PROTEIN BODIES IN WHEAT ENDOSPERM.  Plant Physiology. 99:(2)718-724.  Abstract
  7. O SHAUL; Gad Galili (1992). INCREASED LYSINE SYNTHESIS IN TOBACCO PLANTS THAT EXPRESS HIGH-LEVELS OF BACTERIAL DIHYDRODIPICOLINATE SYNTHASE IN THEIR CHLOROPLASTS.  Plant Journal. 2:(2)203-209.  Abstract
  8. Nir Shani; JD STEFFENCAMPBELL; OD ANDERSON; FC GREENE; Gad Galili (1992). ROLE OF THE AMINO-TERMINAL AND CARBOXY-TERMINAL REGIONS IN THE FOLDING AND OLIGOMERIZATION OF WHEAT HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN SUBUNITS.  Plant Physiology. 98:(2)433-441.  Abstract
  9. S GALILI; Gad Galili; Y AVIVI; Moshe Feldman (1992). IDENTIFICATION AND CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF 4 SUBFAMILIES OF THE RUBISCO SMALL SUBUNIT GENES IN COMMON WHEAT.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 83:(3)385-391.  Abstract

1991

  1. T FELSENBURG; Avraham Levy; Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1991). POLYMORPHISM OF HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENINS IN WILD TETRAPLOID WHEAT - SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN A NATIVE SITE.  Israel Journal of Plant Sciences. 40:(6-May)451-479.  Abstract
  2. S GALILI; Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1991). CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF GENES FOR RUBISCO SMALL SUBUNIT AND RUBISCO-BINDING PROTEIN IN COMMON WHEAT.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 81:(1)98-104.  Abstract
  3. S GIORINI; Gad Galili (1991). CHARACTERIZATION OF HSP-70 COGNATE PROTEINS FROM WHEAT.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 82:(5)615-620.  Abstract

1990

  1. Rela Simon; Y ALTSCHULER; Rachamim Rubin; Gad Galili (1990). 2 CLOSELY RELATED WHEAT STORAGE PROTEINS FOLLOW A MARKEDLY DIFFERENT SUBCELLULAR ROUTE IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS OOCYTES.  Plant Cell. 2:(9)941-950.

1989

  1. Gad Galili (1989). HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION OF A WHEAT HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN GENE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI - (BACTERIAL EXPRESSION VECTORS TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L STORAGE PROTEINS BREAD-MAKING QUALITY).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 86:(20)7756-7760.

1988

  1. Avraham Levy; Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1988). POLYMORPHISM AND GENETIC-CONTROL OF HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN SUBUNITS IN WILD TETRAPLOID WHEAT TRITICUM-TURGIDUM VAR DICOCCOIDES.  Heredity. 61:63-72.

1986

  1. Gad Galili; Avraham Levy; Moshe Feldman (1986). GENE-DOSAGE COMPENSATION OF ENDOSPERM PROTEINS IN HEXAPLOID WHEAT TRITICUM-AESTIVUM.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 83:(17)6524-6528.

1985

  1. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1985). GENETIC-CONTROL OF ENDOSPERM PROTEINS IN WHEAT .3. ALLOCATION TO CHROMOSOMES AND DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN AND GLIADIN GENES IN INTERVARIETAL SUBSTITUTION LINES OF COMMON WHEAT.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 69:(6-May)583-589.
  2. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1985). STRUCTURAL HOMOLOGY OF ENDOSPERM HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN SUBUNITS OF COMMON WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L).  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 70:(6)634-642.
  3. Avraham Levy; Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1985). THE EFFECT OF ADDITIONS OF AEGILOPS-LONGISSIMA CHROMOSOMES ON GRAIN PROTEIN IN COMMON WHEAT.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 69:(4)429-435.

1984

  1. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1984). A DEFICIENCY OF THE RAPIDLY MIGRATING HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN SUBUNIT-D5 IN COMMON WHEAT.  Cereal Research Communications. 12:(4-Mar)259-261.
  2. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1984). INTERGENOMIC SUPPRESSION OF ENDOSPERM PROTEIN GENES IN COMMON WHEAT.  Genome. 26:(6)651-656.
  3. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1984). MAPPING OF GLUTENIN AND GLIADIN GENES LOCATED ON CHROMOSOME-1B OF COMMON WHEAT.  Molecular & General Genetics. 193:(2)293-298.

1983

  1. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1983). GENETIC-CONTROL OF ENDOSPERM PROTEINS IN WHEAT .1. THE USE OF HIGH-RESOLUTION ONE-DIMENSIONAL GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS FOR THE ALLOCATION OF GENES-CODING FOR ENDOSPERM PROTEIN SUBUNITS IN THE COMMON WHEAT CULTIVAR CHINESE SPRING.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 64:(2)97-101.
  2. Gad Galili; Moshe Feldman (1983). GENETIC-CONTROL OF ENDOSPERM PROTEINS IN WHEAT .2. VARIATION IN HIGH MOLECULAR-WEIGHT GLUTENIN AND GLIADIN SUBUNITS OF TRITICUM-AESTIVUM.  Theoretical And Applied Genetics. 66:(1)77-86.
  3. Gad Galili; KM JAKOB (1983). CHANGES IN CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AT THE REPLICATION FORK .3. DNASE-I AND TRYPSIN-MICROCOCCAL NUCLEASE EFFECTS ON APPROXIMATELY-300-BASE AND 150-BASE PAIR NASCENT DNAS.  Journal of Biological Chemistry. 258:(18)1274-1279.

1981

  1. Gad Galili; KM JAKOB (1981). CHANGES IN CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AT THE REPLICATION FORK .2. THE DNPS CONTAINING NASCENT DNA AND A TRANSIENT CHROMATIN MODIFICATION DETECTED BY DNAASE-I.  Nucleic Acids Research. 9:(16)3991-4005.