Publications

  1. Marmor-Kollet N., Gutman I., Issman-Zecharya N. & Schuldiner O. (2019). Glial Derived TGF-beta Instructs Axon Midline Stopping.  Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 2019, 12 .
  2. Meltzer H., Marom E., Alyagor I., Mayseless O., Berkun V., Segal-Gilboa N., Unger T., Luginbuhl D. & Schuldiner O. (2019). Tissue-specific (ts) CRISPR as an efficient strategy for in vivo screening in Drosophila.  Nature Communications. 2019, 10 .
  3. Alyagor I., Berkun V., Keren-Shaul H., Marmor-Kollet N., David E., Mayseless O., Issman-Zecharya N., Amit I. & Schuldiner O. (2018). Combining Developmental and Perturbation-Seq Uncovers Transcriptional Modules Orchestrating Neuronal Remodeling.  Developmental Cell. 2018, 47 (1):38-52.
  4. Mayseless O., Berns D. S., Yu X. M., Riemensperger T., Fiala A. & Schuldiner O. (2018). Developmental Coordination during Olfactory Circuit Remodeling in Drosophila.  Neuron. 2018, 99 (6):1204-1215.
  5. Rabinovich D., Yaniv S. P., Alyagor I. & Schuldiner O. (2016). Nitric Oxide as a Switching Mechanism between Axon Degeneration and Regrowth during Developmental Remodeling..  Cell. 2016, 164 (1-2):170-182.
  6. Marmor-Kollet N. & Schuldiner O. (2016). Contrasting Developmental Axon Regrowth And Neurite Sprouting Of Drosophila Mushroom Body Neurons Reveals Shared And Unique Molecular Mechanisms.  Developmental Neurobiology. 2016, 76 (3):262-276.
  7. Yaniv S. P. & Schuldiner O. (2016). A fly's view of neuronal remodeling..  Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Developmental biology. 2016, 5 (5):618-35.
  8. Yaron A. & Schuldiner O. (2016). Common and Divergent Mechanisms in Developmental Neuronal Remodeling and Dying Back Neurodegeneration.  Current Biology. 2016, 26 (13):R628-R639.
  9. Bornstein B., Zahavi E. E., Gelley S., Zoosman M., Yaniv S. P., Fuchs O., Porat Z., Perlson E. & Schuldiner O. (2015). Developmental Axon Pruning Requires Destabilization of Cell Adhesion by JNK Signaling.  Neuron. 2015, 88 (5).
  10. Rabinovich D., Mayseless O. & Schuldiner O. (2015). Long term ex vivo culturing of Drosophila brain as a method to live image pupal brains: insights into the cellular mechanisms of neuronal remodeling.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 2015, 9 .
  11. Schuldiner O. & Yaron A. (2015). Mechanisms of developmental neurite pruning.  Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 2015, 72 (1):101-119.
  12. Hakim Y., Yaniv S. P. & Schuldiner O. (2014). Astrocytes Play a Key Role in Drosophila Mushroom Body Axon Pruning.  PLoS One. 2014, 9 (1).
  13. Yu F. & Schuldiner O. (2014). Axon and dendrite pruning in Drosophila.  Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 2014, 27 :192-198.
  14. Issman-Zecharya N. & Schuldiner O. (2014). The PI3K Class III Complex Promotes Axon Pruning by Downregulating a Ptc-Derived Signal via Endosome-Lysosomal Degradation.  Developmental Cell. 2014, 31 (4):461-473.
  15. Yu X. M., Gutman I., Mosca T. J., Iram T., Oezkan E., Garcia K. C., Luo L. & Schuldiner O. (2013). Plum, an Immunoglobulin Superfamily Protein, Regulates Axon Pruning by Facilitating TGF-beta Signaling.  Neuron. 2013, 78 (3):456-468.
  16. Yaniv S. P., Issman-Zecharya N., Oren-Suissa M., Podbilewicz B. & Schuldiner O. (2012). Axon Regrowth during Development and Regeneration Following Injury Share Molecular Mechanisms.  Current Biology. 2012, 22 (19):1774-1782.
  17. Schuldiner O., Berdnik D., Levy J. M., Wu J. S., Luginbuhl D., Camille Gontang G. A. & Luo L. (2008). piggyBac-based mosaic screen identifies a postmitotic function for cohesin in regulating developmental axon pruning.  Developmental Cell. 2008, 14 (2):227-238.
  18. Pauli A., Althoff F., Oliveira R. A., Heidmann S., Schuldiner O., Lehner C. F., Dickson B. J. & Nasmyth K. (2008). Cell-type-specific TEV protease cleavage reveals cohesin functions in Drosophila neurons.  Developmental Cell. 2008, 14 (2):239-251.
  19. Pandey U. B., Nie Z., Batlevi Y., McCray B. A., Ritson G. P., Nedelsky N. B., Schwartz S. L., DiProspero N. A., Knight M. A., Schuldiner O., Padmanabhan R., Hild M., Berry D. L., Garza D., Hubbert C. C., Yao T., Baehrecke E. H. & Taylor J. P. (2007). HDAC6 rescues neurodegeneration and provides an essential link between autophagy and the UPS.  Nature. 2007, 447 (7146):859-863.
  20. Komiyama T., Sweeney L. B., Schuldiner O., Garcia K. C. & Luo L. (2007). Graded expression of Semaphorin-1a cell-autonomously directs dendritic targeting of olfactory projection neurons.  Cell. 2007, 128 (2):399-410.
  21. Hoopfer E. D., McLaughlin T., Watts R. J., Schuldiner O., O'Leary D. D. M. & Luo L. (2006). Wld(S) protection distinguishes axon degeneration following injury from naturally occurring developmental pruning.  Neuron. 2006, 50 (6):883-895.
  22. Scott R., Schuldiner O. & Neufeld T. (2004). Role and regulation of starvation-induced autophagy in the Drosophila fat body.  Developmental Cell. 2004, 7 (2):167-178.
  23. Watts R., Schuldiner O., Perrino J., Larsen C. & Luo L. (2004). Glia engulf degenerating axons during developmental axon pruning.  Current Biology. 2004, 14 (8):678-684.
  24. Schuldiner O., Shor S. & Benvenisty N. (2002). A computerized database-scan to identify c-MYC targets.  Gene. 2002, 292 (1-2):91-99.
  25. Schuldiner O. & Benvenisty N. (2001). A DNA microarray screen for genes involved in c-MYC and N-MYC oncogenesis in human tumors.  Oncogene. 2001, 20 (36):4984-4994.
  26. Schuldiner O., Yanover C. & Benvenisty N. (1998). Computer analysis of the entire budding yeast genome for putative targets of the GCN4 transcription factor.  Current Genetics. 1998, 33 (1):16-20.
  27. Schuldiner O., Eden A., Ben-Yosef T., Yanuka O., Simchen G. & Benvenisty N. (1996). ECA39, a conserved gene regulated by c-Myc in mice, is involved in G(1)/S cell cycle regulation in yeast.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1996, 93 (14):7143-7148.
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