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School of Pharmacy : Weinstock-Rosin Marta

Researchers

 Last updated June 2021 - School of Pharmacy

List of Publications

(1) Linial M, Stern A, Weinstock M. Effect of ladostigil treatment of aging rats on gene expression in four brain areas associated with regulation of memory: Selective changes by ladostigil in gene expression in aging brain. Neuropharmacology 2020;177.

(2) Dan R, Reuveni I, Canetti L, Weinstock M, Segman R, Goelman G, et al. Trait-related changes in brain network topology in premenstrual dysphoric disorder. Horm Behav 2020;124.

(3) Permyakova A, Gammal A, Hinden L, Weitman M, Weinstock M, Tam J. A Novel Indoline Derivative Ameliorates Diabesity-Induced Chronic Kidney Disease by Reducing Metabolic Abnormalities. Front Endocrinol 2020;11.

(4) Schneider LS, Geffen Y, Rabinowitz J, Thomas RG, Schmidt R, Ropele S, et al. Low-dose ladostigil for mild cognitive impairment: A phase 2 placebo-controlled clinical trial. Neurology 2019;93(15):e1474-e1484.

(5) Shoham S, Linial M, Weinstock M. Age-Induced Spatial Memory Deficits in Rats Are Correlated with Specific Brain Region Alterations in Microglial Morphology and Gene Expression. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol 2019;14(2):251-262.

(6) Dan R, Canetti L, Keadan T, Segman R, Weinstock M, Bonne O, et al. Sex differences during emotion processing are dependent on the menstrual cycle phase. Psychoneuroendocrinology 2019;100:85-95.

(7) Zeeli S, Weill T, Finkin-Groner E, Bejar C, Melamed M, Furman S, et al. Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Derivatives of Indoline as Highly Potent Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Agents. J Med Chem 2018;61(9):4004-4019.

(8) Finkin-Groner E, Finkin S, Zeeli S, Weinstock M. Indoline derivatives mitigate liver damage in a mouse model of acute liver injury. Pharmacol Rep 2017;69(5):894-902.

(9) Shifrin H, Mouhadeb O, Gluck N, Varol C, Weinstock M. Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway Does Not Contribute to Prevention of Ulcerative Colitis by Novel Indoline Carbamates. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol 2017;12(3):484-491.

(10) Weinstock M. Prenatal stressors in rodents: Effects on behavior. Neurobiol Stress 2017;6:3-13.

(11) Shifrin H, Moradov D, Bejar C, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M. Novel indoline derivatives prevent inflammation and ulceration in dinitro-benzene sulfonic acid-induced colitis in rats. Pharmacol Rep 2016;68(6):1312-1318.

(12) Barbie-Shoshani Y, Shoham S, Bejar C, Weinstock M. Sex-Specific Effects of Prenatal Stress on Memory and Markers of Neuronal Activity in Juvenile Rats. Dev Neurosci 2016;38(3):206-219.

(13) Zohar I, Shoham S, Weinstock M. Perinatal citalopram does not prevent the effect of prenatal stress on anxiety, depressive-like behaviour and serotonergic transmission in adult rat offspring. Eur J Neurosci 2016;43(4):590-600.

(14) Zohar I, Dosoretz-Abittan L, Shoham S, Weinstock M. Sex dependent reduction by prenatal stress of the expression of 5HT1A receptors in the prefrontal cortex and CRF type 2 receptors in the raphe nucleus in rats: Reversal by citalopram. Psychopharmacology 2015;232(9):1643-1653.

(15) Moradov D, Finkin-Groner E, Bejar C, Sunita P, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Barasch D, et al. Dose-limiting inhibition of acetylcholinesterase by ladostigil results from the rapid formation and fast hydrolysis of the drug-enzyme complex formed by its major metabolite, R-MCPAI. Biochem Pharmacol 2015;94(2):164-172.

(16) Weinstock M. Changes induced by prenatal stress in behavior and brain morphology: Can they be prevented or reversed? Adv Neurobiol 2015;10:3-25.

(17) Finkin-Groner E, Moradov D, Shifrin H, Bejar C, Nudelman A, Weinstock M. Indoline-3-propionate and 3-aminopropyl carbamates reduce lung injury and pro-inflammatory cytokines induced in mice by LPS. Br J Pharmacol 2015;172(4):1101-1113.

(18) Moradov D, Shifrin H, Harel E, Nadler-Milbauer M, Weinstock M, Srebnik M, et al. The anti-inflammatory activity of a novel fused-cyclopentenone phosphonate and its potential in the local treatment of experimental colitis. Gastroenterol Res Pract 2015;2015.

(19) Furman S, Nissim-Bardugo E, Zeeli S, Weitman M, Nudelman A, Finkin-Groner E, et al. Synthesis and in vitro evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of ester and amine derivatives of indoline in RAW 264.7 and peritoneal macrophages. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 2014;24(10):2283-2287.

(20) Goelman G, Ilinca R, Zohar I, Weinstock M. Functional connectivity in prenatally stressed rats with and without maternal treatment with ladostigil, a brain-selective monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Eur J Neurosci 2014;40(5):2734-2743.

(21) Weinstock M, Bejar C, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Panarsky R, Luques L, Shoham S. Dose-dependent effects of ladostigil on microglial activation and cognition in aged rats. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol 2013;8(1):345-355.

(22) Shifrin H, Nadler-Milbauer M, Shoham S, Weinstock M. Rivastigmine Alleviates Experimentally Induced Colitis in Mice and Rats by Acting at Central and Peripheral Sites to Modulate Immune Responses. PLoS ONE 2013;8(2).

(23) Yanovsky I, Finkin-Groner E, Zaikin A, Lerman L, Shalom H, Zeeli S, et al. Carbamate derivatives of indolines as cholinesterase inhibitors and antioxidants for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. J Med Chem 2012;55(23):10700-10715.

(24) Panarsky R, Luques L, Weinstock M. Anti-inflammatory effects of ladostigil and its metabolites in aged rat brain and in microglial cells. J Neuroimmune Pharmacol 2012;7(2):488-498.

(25) Weinstock M. Sex-dependent changes induced by prenatal stress in cortical and hippocampal morphology and behaviour in rats: An update. Stress 2011;14(6):604-613.

(26) Bock J, Murmu MS, Biala Y, Weinstock M, Braun K. Prenatal stress and neonatal handling induce sex-specific changes in dendritic complexity and dendritic spine density in hippocampal subregions of prepubertal rats. Neuroscience 2011;193:34-43.

(27) Biala YN, Bogoch Y, Bejar C, Linial M, Weinstock M. Prenatal stress diminishes gender differences in behavior and in expression of hippocampal synaptic genes and proteins in rats. Hippocampus 2011;21(10):1114-1125.

(28) Weinstock M, Luques L, Poltyrev T, Bejar C, Shoham S. Ladostigil prevents age-related glial activation and spatial memory deficits in rats. Neurobiol Aging 2011;32(6):1069-1078.

(29) Zohar I, Weinstock M. Differential Effect of Prenatal Stress on the Expression of Cortiocotrophin-Releasing Hormone and its Receptors in the Hypothalamus and Amygdala in Male and Female Rats. J Neuroendocrinol 2011;23(4):320-328.

(30) Salomon S, Bejar C, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M. Corticosterone Mediates Some but Not Other Behavioural Changes Induced by Prenatal Stress in Rats. J Neuroendocrinol 2011;23(2):118-128.

(31) Weinstock M. Intrauterine factors as determinants of depressive disorder. Isr J Psychiatry Relat Sci 2010;47(1):36-45.

(32) Weinstock M. Contribution of Early Life Stress to Anxiety Disorder. Stress - From Molecules to Behavior: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Neurobiology of Stress Responses; 2009. p. 189-205.

(33) Nizri E, Irony-Tur-Sinai M, Faranesh N, Lavon I, Lavi E, Weinstock M, et al. Suppression of neuroinflammation and immunomodulation by the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor rivastigmine. J Neuroimmunol 2008;203(1):12-22.

(34) Weinstock M, Groner E. Rational design of a drug for Alzheimer's disease with cholinesterase inhibitory and neuroprotective activity. Chem -Biol Interact 2008;175(1-3):216-221.

(35) Weinstock M. The long-term behavioural consequences of prenatal stress. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2008;32(6):1073-1086.

(36) Weinstock M. Gender differences in the effects of prenatal stress on brain development and behaviour. Neurochem Res 2007;32(10):1730-1740.

(37) Luques L, Shoham S, Weinstock M. Chronic brain cytochrome oxidase inhibition selectively alters hippocampal cholinergic innervation and impairs memory: Prevention by ladostigil. Exp Neurol 2007;206(2):209-219.

(38) Groner E, Ashani Y, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Sterling J, Herzig Y, Weinstock M. The kinetics of inhibition of human acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase by two series of novel carbamates. Mol Pharmacol 2007;71(6):1610-1617.

(39) Bogoch Y, Biala YN, Linial M, Weinstock M. Anxiety induced by prenatal stress is associated with suppression of hippocampal genes involved in synaptic function. J Neurochem 2007;101(4):1018-1030.

(40) Yaka R, Salomon S, Matzner H, Weinstock M. Effect of varied gestational stress on acquisition of spatial memory, hippocampal LTP and synaptic proteins in juvenile male rats. Behav Brain Res 2007;179(1):126-132.

(41) Shoham S, Bejar C, Kovalev E, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M. Ladostigil prevents gliosis, oxidative-nitrative stress and memory deficits induced by intracerebroventricular injection of streptozotocin in rats. Neuropharmacology 2007;52(3):836-843.

(42) Zagron G, Weinstock M. Maternal adrenal hormone secretion mediates behavioural alterations induced by prenatal stress in male and female rats. Behav Brain Res 2006;175(2):323-328.

(43) Murmu MS, Salomon S, Biala Y, Weinstock M, Braun K, Bock J. Changes of spine density and dendritic complexity in the prefrontal cortex in offspring of mothers exposed to stress during pregnancy. Eur J Neurosci 2006;24(5):1477-1487.

(44) Weinstock M, Luques L, Bejar C, Shoham S. Ladostigil, a novel multifunctional drug for the treatment of dementia co-morbid with depression. J Neural Transm Suppl 2006(70):443-446.

(45) Poltyrev T, Gorodetsky E, Bejar C, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M. Effect of chronic treatment with ladostigil (TV-3326) on anxiogenic and depressive-like behaviour and on activity of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis in male and female prenatally stressed rats. Psychopharmacology 2005;181(1):118-125.

(46) Weinstock M. The potential influence of maternal stress hormones on development and mental health of the offspring. Brain Behav Immun 2005;19(4):296-308.

(47) Beilin B, Bessler H, Papismedov L, Weinstock M, Shavit Y. Continuous physostigmine combined with morphine-based patient-controlled analgesia in the postoperative period. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2005;49(1):78-84.

(48) Lerman L, Weinstock-Rosin M, Nudelman A. An improved synthesis of hydroxyindoles. Synthesis 2004(18):3043-3046.

(49) Weinstock M, Shoham S. Rat models of dementia based on reductions in regional glucose metabolism, cerebral blood flow and cytochrome oxidase activity. J Neural Transm 2004;111(3):347-366.

(50) Poltyrev T, Weinstock M. Gender difference in the prevention of hyperanxiety in adult prenatally stressed rats by chronic treatment with amitriptyline. Psychopharmacology 2004;171(3):270-276.

(51) Youdim MBH, Weinstock M. Therapeutic Applications of Selective and Non-Selective Inhibitors of Monoamine Oxidase A and B that do not Cause Significant Tyramine Potentiation. Neurotoxicology 2004;25(1-2):243-250.

(52) Drigues N, Poltyrev T, Bejar C, Weinstock M, Youdim MBH. cDNA gene expression profile of rat hippocampus after chronic treatment with antidepressant drugs. J Neural Transm 2003;110(12):1413-1436.

(53) Sagi Y, Weinstock M, Youdim MBH. Attenuation of MPTP-induced dopaminergic neurotoxicity by TV3326, a cholinesterase-monoamine oxidase inhibitor. J Neurochem 2003;86(2):290-297.

(54) Maruyama W, Weinstock M, Youdim MBH, Nagai M, Naoi M. Anti-apoptotic action of anti-Alzheimer drug, TV3326 [(N-propargyl)-(3R)-aminoindan-5-yl]-ethyl methyl carbamate, a novel cholinesterase-monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Neurosci Lett 2003;341(3):233-236.

(55) Shoham S, Bejar C, Kovalev E, Weinstock M. Intracerebroventricular injection of streptozotocin causes neurotoxicity to myelin that contributes to spatial memory deficits in rats. Exp Neurol 2003;184(2):1043-1052.

(56) Youdim MBH, Amit T, Bar-Am O, Weinstock M, Yogev-Falach M. Amyloid processing and signal transduction properties of antiparkinson-antialzheimer neuroprotective drugs rasagiline and TV3326. Ann New York Acad Sci 2003;993:378-386.

(57) Weinstock M, Gorodetsky E, Poltyrev T, Gross A, Sagi Y, Youdim M. A novel cholinesterase and brain-selective monoamine oxidase inhibitor for the treatment of dementia comorbid with depression and Parkinson's disease. Prog Neuro-Psychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2003;27(4):555-561.

(58) Sterling J, Herzig Y, Goren T, Finkelstein N, Lerner D, Goldenberg W, et al. Novel dual inhibitors of AChE and MAO derived from hydroxy aminoindan and phenethylamine as potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease. J Med Chem 2002;45(24):5260-5279.

(59) Weinstock M, Gorodetsky E, Wang RH, Gross A, Weinreb O, Youdim MBH. Limited potentiation of blood pressure response to oral tyramine by brain-selective monoamine oxidase A-B inhibitor, TV-3326 in conscious rabbits. Neuropharmacology 2002;43(6):999-1005.

(60) Weinstock M. Can the behaviour abnormalities induced by gestational stress in rats be prevented or reversed? Stress 2002;5(3):167-176.

(61) Youdim MBH, Weinstock M. Novel neuroprotective anti-Alzheimer drugs with anti-depressant activity derived from the anti-Parkinson drug, rasagiline. Mech Ageing Dev 2002;123(8):1081-1086.

(62) Weinstock M, Poltyrev T, Bejar C, Youdim MB. Effect of TV3326, a novel monoamine-oxidase cholinesterase inhibitor, in rat models of anxiety and depression. Psychopharmacology 2002;160(3):318-324.

(63) Yogev-Falach M, Amit T, Bar-Am O, Weinstock M, Youdim MB. Involvement of MAP kinase in the regulation of amyloid precursor protein processing by novel cholinesterase inhibitors derived from rasagiline. FASEB J 2002;16(12):1674-1676.

(64) Wang R-, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M. Testosterone mediates sex difference in hypothermia and cholinesterase inhibition by rivastigmine. Eur J Pharmacol 2001;433(1):73-79.

(65) Youdim MBH, Weinstock M. Molecular basis of neuroprotective activities of rasagiline and the anti-Alzheimer drug TV3326 [(N-propargyl-(3R)aminoindan-5-YL)-ethyl methyl carbamate]. Cell Mol Neurobiol 2001;21(6):555-573.

(66) Weinstock M. Alterations induced by gestational stress in brain morphology and behaviour of the offspring. Prog Neurobiol 2001;65(5):427-451.

(67) Wang RH, Weinstock M. Steroid hormones mediate sex difference in brain levels of tacrine and its hypothermic effect in the rat. Neuropharmacology 2001;41(7):887-894.

(68) Weinstock M. Effects of maternal stress on development and behaviour in rat offspring. Stress 2001;4(3):157-167.

(69) Youdim MBH, Wadia A, Tatton W, Weinstock M. The anti-Parkinson drug rasagiline and its cholinesterase inhibitor derivatives exert neuroprotection unrelated to MAO inhibition in cell culture and in vivo. Ann New York Acad Sci 2001;939:450-458.

(70) Weinstock M, Kirschbaum-Slager N, Lazarovici P, Bejar C, Youdim MBH, Shoham S. Neuroprotective effects of novel cholinesterase inhibitors derived from rasagiline as potential anti-Alzheimer drugs. Ann New York Acad Sci 2001;939:148-161.

(71) Wang RH, Bejar C, Weinstock M. Gender differences in the effect of rivastigmine on brain cholinesterase activity and cognitive function in rats. Neuropharmacology 2000;39(3):497-506.

(72) Weinstock M, Goren T, Youdim MBH. Development of a novel neuroprotective drug (TV3326) for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, with cholinesterase and monoamine oxidase inhibitory activities. Drug Dev Res 2000;50(3-4):216-222.

(73) Weinstock M, Bejar C, Wang R-, Poltyrev T, Gross A, Finberg JPM, et al. TV3326, a novel neuroprotective drug with cholinesterase and monoamine oxidase inhibitory activities for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. J Neural Transm Suppl 2000;60:157-169.

(74) Weinstock M. Selectivity of cholinesterase inhibition: Clinical implications for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. CNS Drugs 1999;12(4):307-323.

(75) Bejar C, Wang R-, Weinstock M. Effect of rivastigmine on scopolamine-induced memory impairment in rats. Eur J Pharmacol 1999;383(3):231-240.

(76) Huang W, Chen Y, Shohami E, Weinstock M. Neuroprotective effect of rasagiline, a selective monoamine oxidase-B inhibitor, against closed head injury in the mouse. Eur J Pharmacol 1999;366(2-3):127-135.

(77) Poltyrev T, Weinstock M. Effect of Gestational Stress pa Maternal Behavior in Response to Cage Transfer and Handling of Pups in Two Strains of Rat. Stress 1999;3(1):85-95.

(78) Finberg JP, Lamensdorf I, Weinstock M, Schwartz M, Youdim MB. Pharmacology of rasagiline (N-propargyl-1R-aminoindan). Adv Neurol 1999;80:495-499.

(79) Chapman S, Grauer E, Chen Y, Shohami E, Weinstock M, Michaelson DM. The cognitive and neurochemical effects of the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor ENA713 on apolipoprotein E-deficient mice. Int J Geriatr Psychopharmacol 1998;1(3):171-175.

(80) Weinstock M, Poltyrev T, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Men D, McCarty R. Effect of prenatal stress on plasma corticosterone and catecholamines in response to footshock in rats. Physiol Behav 1998;64(4):439-444.

(81) Weinstock M, Razin M, Schorer-apelbaum D, Men D, Mccarty R. Gender differences in sympathoadrenal activity in rats at rest and in response to footshock stress. Int J Dev Neurosci 1998;16(3-4):289-295.

(82) Chen Y, Shohami E, Bass R, Weinstock M. Cerebro-protective effects of ENA713, a novel acetylcholinesterase inhibitor, in closed head injury in the rat. Brain Res 1998;784(1-2):18-24.

(83) Kay G, Tarcic N, Poltyrev T, Weinstock M. Prenatal stress depresses immune function in rats. Physiol Behav 1998;63(3):397-402.

(84) Maybaum N, Gorodetsky E, Weinstock M. Relationship between arterial baroreflex, cardiopulmonary vagal reflex and renal natriuretic response to saline in conscious rabbits. Clin Sci 1998;95(6):693-699.

(85) Chen Y, Shohami E, Constantini S, Weinstock M. Rivastigmine, a Brain-Selective Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor, Ameliorates Cognitive and Motor Deficits Induced by Closed-Head Injury in the Mouse. J Neurotrauma 1998;15(4):231-237.

(86) Maybaum N, Gorodetsky E, Kalman R, Weinstock M. Role of renal nerves in hemodynamic and natriuretic responses to saline in rabbits with impaired baroreflex sensitivity. Renal Fail 1998;20(2):219-228.

(87) Chapman S, Fisher A, Weinstock M, Brandies R, Shohami E, Michaelson DM. The effects of the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor ENA713 and the M1 agonist AF150(S) on apolipoprotein E deficient mice. J Physiol Paris 1998;92(3-4):299-303.

(88) Poltyrev T, Weinstock M. Effect of prenatal stress on opioid component of exploration in different experimental situations. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1997;58(2):387-393.

(89) Weinstock M. Does prenatal stress impair coping and regulation of hypothalamic- pituitary-adrenal axis? Neurosci Biobehav Rev 1997;21(1):1-10.

(90) Weinstock M. Possible role of the cholinergic system and disease models. J NEURAL TRANSM SUPPL 1997(49):93-102.

(91) Weinstock M, Gorodetsky E, Kalman R. Renal denervation prevents sodium retention and hypertension in salt-sensitive rabbits with genetic baroreflex impairment. Clin Sci 1996;90(4):287-293.

(92) Poltyrev T, Keshet GI, Kay G, Weinstock M. Role of experimental conditions in determining differences in exploratory behavior of prenatally stressed rats. Dev Psychobiol 1996;29(5):453-462.

(93) Cohen E, Keshet G, Shavit Y, Weinstock M. Prenatal naltrexone facilitates male sexual behavior in the rat. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1996;54(1):183-188.

(94) Chen Y, Constantini S, Trembovler V, Weinstock M, Shohami E. An experimental model of closed head injury in mice: Pathophysiology, histopathology, and cognitive deficits. J Neurotrauma 1996;13(10):557-568.

(95) Weinstock M. The pharmacotherapy of Alzheimer's disease based on the cholinergic hypothesis: An update. Neurodegeneration 1995;4(4):349-356.

(96) Keshet GI, Weinstock M. Maternal naltrexone prevents morphological and behavioral alterations induced in rats by prenatal stress. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1995;50(3):413-419.

(97) Weinstock M, Gorodetsky E. Comparison of the effects of Angiotensin II, losartan, and enalapril on baroreflex control of heart rate in conscious rabbits. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 1995;25(3):501-507.

(98) Keshet GI, Weinstock M. Maternal naltrexone reverses abnormalities induced by prenatal stress in rats. Regul Pept 1994;53(SUPPL. 1):S181-S182.

(99) Weinstock M, Razin M, Chorev M, Enz A. Pharmacological evaluation of phenyl-carbamates as CNS-selective acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. J Neural Transm Suppl 1994;43:219-225.

(100) Weinstock M, Borosh M. Low baroreflex sensitivity predisposes to salt-sensitive hypertension in the rabbit. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 1993;264(2 33-2):H505-H511.

(101) Razin M, Borosh M, Weinstock M. Rabbits with a genetic impairment in baroreceptor reflex sensitivity show abnormal renal haemodynamics and proximal tubular sodium reabsorption in response to a saline infusion. J Hypertens 1993;11(8):799-804.

(102) Weinstock M, Matlina E, Maor GI, Rosen H, McEwen BS. Prenatal stress selectively alters the reactivity of the hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal system in the female rat. Brain Res 1992;595(2):195-200.

(103) Weksler-Zangen S, Chorev M, Weinstock M. Contrasting Influences of Central and Peripheral Opioids on Cardiac Baroreflex Sensitivity in Rabbits. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 1992;20(2):688-693.

(104) Elmalem E, Chorev M, Weinstock M. Antagonism of morphine-induced respiratory depression by novel anticholinesterase agents. Neuropharmacology 1991;30(10):1059-1064.

(105) Weinstock M, Borosh M, Kafri O, Kaczmarczyk G. Relationship between baroreflex sensitivity, renin suppression and natriuresis in salt-sensitive rabbits. J Hypertens 1991;9(9):799-804.

(106) Weinstock M, Weksler‐Zangen S. OPIOID PEPTIDES MEDIATE SYMPATHETIC INHIBITION IN RESPONSE TO BARORECEPTOR ACTIVATION IN A DISTINCT GENETIC STRAIN OF RABBIT. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 1989;16:97-101.

(107) Fride E, Weinstock M. Alterations in behavioral and striatal dopamine asymmetries induced by prenatal stress. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1989;32(2):425-430.

(108) Fride E, Weinstock M. Prenatal stress increase anxiety related behavior and alters cerebral lateralization of dopamine activity. Life Sci 1988;42(10):1059-1065.

(109) Weinstock M, Fride E, Hertzberg R. Prenatal stress effects on functional development of the offspring. Prog Brain Res 1988;73(C):319-331.

(110) Weinstock M, Korner PI, Head GA, Dorward PK. Differentiation of cardiac baroreflex properties by cuff and drug methods in two rabbit strains. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 1988;255(4).

(111) Ben-Ishay D, Devynck M-, Parini A, Dausse JP, Weinstock M, Meyer Ph. Inherited resistance to salt-induced hypertension. Which mechanisms? Nephrologie 1988;9(1):15-20.

(112) Hovav E, WeinstocK M. Temporal factors influencing the development of acute tolerance to opiates. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1987;242(1):251-256.

(113) Fride E, Weinstock M. Increased interhemispheric coupling of the dopamine systems induced by prenatal stress. Brain Res Bull 1987;18(3):457-461.

(114) MELMED RN, ROTH D, WEINSTOCK‐ROSIN M, EDELSTEIN EL. The Influence of Emotional State on the Mobilization of Marginal Pool Leukocytes after Insulin‐Induced Hypoglycemia. A Possible Role for Eicosanoids as Major Mediators of Psychosomatic Processes. Ann New York Acad Sci 1987;496(1):467-476.

(115) Fride E, Soreq H, Weinstock M. Are the effects of gestational stress on motor development and cerebellar cholinesterase activity mediated prenatally? Int J Dev Neurosci 1986;4(5):407-413.

(116) Benita S, Friedman D, Weinstock M. Physostigmine emulsion: a new injectable controlled release delivery system. Int J Pharm 1986;30(1):47-55.

(117) Benita S, Friedman D, Weinstock M. Pharmacological evaluation of an injectable prolonged release emulsion of physostigmine in rabbits. J Pharm Pharmacol 1986;38(9):653-658.

(118) Vatashsky E, Beilin B, Razin M, Weinstock M. Mechanism of antagonism by physostigmine of acute flunitrazepam intoxication. Anesthesiology 1986;64(2):248-252.

(119) Shohami E, Evron S, Weinstock M, Soffer D, Carmon A. A new animal model for action myoclonus. Adv Neurol 1986;43:545-552.

(120) Fride E, Dan Y, Feldon J, Halevy G, Weinstock M. Effects of prenatal stress on vulnerability to stress in prepubertal and adult rats. Physiol Behav 1986;37(5):681-687.

(121) Manoach M, Netz H, Varon D, Amitzur G, Weinstock M, Kauli N, et al. Factors influencing spontaneous initiation and termination of ventricular fibrillation. Jpn Heart J 1986;27(3):365-375.

(122) Weinstock M, Blotnick S, Segel M. Seasonal variation in the development of stress-induced systolic hypertension in the rat. J Hypertens 1985;3(SUPPL. 3):S107-S109.

(123) Beilin B, Vatashsky E, Weinstock M. Physostigmine as an antidote for poisoning by combination of thioridazine and trihexyphenidyl. Br J Clin Pract 1985;39(10):400-401.

(124) Fride E, Dan Y, Gavish M, Weinstock M. Prenatal stress impairs maternal behavior in a conflict situation and reduces hippocampal benzodiazepine receptors. Life Sci 1985;36(22):2103-2109.

(125) Weinstock M, Schorer-Apelbaum D. Impaired baroreflex sensitivity in the aetiology of salt hypertension in the rabbit. Clin Sci 1985;68(5):489-493.

(126) Beilin B, Vatashsky E, Aronson HB, Weinstock M. Naloxone reversal of postoperative apnea in a premature infant. Anesthesiology 1985;63(3):317-318.

(127) Chrubasik J, Meynadier J, Blond S, Scherpereel P, Ackerman E, Weinstock M, et al. SOMATOSTATIN, A POTENT ANALGESIC. Lancet 1984;324(8413):1208-1209.

(128) Amitzur G, Manoach M, Weinstock M. The influence of cardiac cholinergic activation on the induction and maintenace of ventricular fibrillation. Basic Res Cardiol 1984;79(6):690-697.

(129) Vatashsky E, Beilin B, Aronson HB, Weinstock M. Oral flunitrazepam in the prevention of local anaesthetic-induced convulsions in mice. Can Anaesth Soc J 1984;31(6):646-649.

(130) Freide E, Weinstock M. The effects of prenatal exposure to predictable or unpredictable stress on early development in the rat. Dev Psychobiol 1984;17(6):651-660.

(131) Weinstock M, Rosin AJ. RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF VAGAL AND CARDIAC SYMPATHETIC NERVES TO THE REFLEX BRADYCARDIA INDUCED BY A PRESSOR STIMULUS IN THE CONSCIOUS RABBIT: COMPARISON OF ‘STEADY STATE’ AND ‘RAMP’ METHODS. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 1984;11(2):133-141.

(132) Weinstock M, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Ben-Ishay D. Baroreflex sensitivity and susceptibility to systolic hypertension induced by DOCA-salt in the Sabra rat. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 1984;15(3):H448-H452.

(133) Weinstock M, Schorer-Apelbaum D, Rosin AJ. Endogenous opiates mediate cardiac sympathetic inhibition in response to a pressor stimulus in rabbits. J Hypertens 1984;2(6):639-646.

(134) Schorer-Apelbaum D, Weinstock M, Ben-Lshay D. Sympathetic component of baroreflex control of heart rate is impaired in hypertension-prone (SBH) sabra rats. J Hypertens 1984;2(3):257-260.

(135) Weinstock M. MEPTAZINOL. Lancet 1983;322(8357):1027.

(136) Blum B, Weinstock M, Israeli J, Motles E, Davidovich Z, Farchi M, et al. A pharmacological analysis of autonomic pathways mediating myocardial disturbances originating in a lateral hypothalamic area of the cat. Eur J Pharmacol 1983;88(4):301-310.

(137) Segal M, Weinstock M. Differential effects of 5-hydroxytryptamine antagonists on behaviors resulting from activation of different pathways arising from the raphe nuclei. Psychopharmacology 1983;79(1):72-78.

(138) Weinstock M, Mccarty R. Vasodilator Responses to Cholinergic and Adrenergic Stimulants in Spontaneously Hypertensive (SHR) and Wistar-Kyoto (WKY) Normotensive Rats. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1983;172(2):194-201.

(139) Weinstock M, Dalith M, Shohami E. Hypersensitivity of morphine-tolerant rabbits to the respiratory stimulant effect of a cholinergic agonist. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1983;226(1):232-237.

(140) Snir Mor I, Weinstock M, Davidson JT, Bahar M. Physostigmine antagonizes morphine-induced respiratory depression in human subjects. Anesthesiology 1983;59(1):6-9.

(141) Bai TR, Bass M, Vandam LD, Hahn GS, Hamburger RN, Jonelis FJ, et al. Sudden-Infant-Death Syndrome. New Engl J Med 1982;307(14):891-893.

(142) Weinstock M, Davidson JT, Rosin AJ, Schnieden H. Effect of physostigmine on morphine-induced postoperative pain and somnolence. Br J Anaesth 1982;54(4):429-434.

(143) WEINSTOCK M. ACTIVATION OF CENTRAL MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS CAUSES RESPIRATORY STIMULATION IN CONSCIOUS ANIMALS. Br J Pharmacol 1981;74(3):587-592.

(144) Weinstock M, Erez E, Roll D. Antagonism of the cardiovascular and respiratory depressant effects of morphine in the conscious rabbit by physostigmine. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1981;218(2):504-508.

(145) Weinstock M, Roll D, Zilberman Y. AN ANALYSIS OF THE RESPIRATORY STIMULANT EFFECT OF PHYSOSTIGMINE AND NEOSTIGMINE DM THE CONSCIOUS RABBIT. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 1981;8(2):151-158.

(146) Weinstock M, Azvadil III AP, Muth EA, Crowley WR, O'Donohue TL, Jacobowitz DM, et al. Evidence that noradrenaline modulates the increase in striatal dopamine metabolism induced by muscarinic receptor stimulation. Eur J Pharmacol 1980;68(4):427-435.

(147) Weinstock M, Zavadil 3rd. AP, Kopin IJ. Peripheral catecholamines mediate certain responses to central cholinergic receptor stimulation by oxotremorine. Monogr Neural Sci 1980;7:138-145.

(148) Manoach M, Netz H, Erez M, Weinstock M. Ventricular self-defibrillation in mammals: Age and drug dependence. Age Ageing 1980;9(2):112-116.

(149) Weinstock M, Weiss C. Antagonism by propranolol of isolation-induced aggression in mice: Correlation with 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor blockade. Neuropharmacology 1980;19(7):653-656.

(150) Manoach M, Aygen M, Weinstock M. Influence of drugs on transient and sustained ventricular fibrillation in different species. Isr J Med Sci 1980;16(3):224.

(151) Weinstock M, Roll D, Erez E, Bahar M. Physostigmine antagonizes morphine-induced respiratory depression but not analgesia in dogs and rabbits. Br J Anaesth 1980;52(12):1171-1176.

(152) Weinstock M, Zavadil III AP, Kopin IJ. Differential effects of d- and l-propranolol on dopamine turnover stimulated by oxotremorine in striatal and mesolimbic areas of rat brain. Eur J Pharmacol 1979;59(3-4):187-193.

(153) Weinstock M, Zavadil III AP, Chiueh CC, Kopin IJ. The effect of oxotremorine on blood pressure and plasma catecholamines in conscious and anesthetized rats. Life Sci 1979;24(4):301-309.

(154) WEINSTOCK M, WEISS C. EFFECTS OF PROCAINE AND EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM CONCENTRATION ON RESPONSE OF RAT STOMACH FUNDUS MUSCLE TO ACETYLCHOLINE AND 5‐HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE. Br J Pharmacol 1979;65(4):593-599.

(155) Weinstock M, Zavadil AP, Rosin AJ, Chiueh CC, Kopin IJ. The role of peripheral catecholamines in oxotremorine tremor in the rat and its antagonism by beta adrenoceptor blocking agents. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1978;206(1):91-96.

(156) Weinstock M, Thoa NB, Kopin IJ. β-Adrenoceptors modulate noradrenaline release from axonal sprouts in cultured rat superior cervical ganglia. Eur J Pharmacol 1978;47(3):297-302.

(157) Zatz M, Weinstock M. Electric field stimulation releases norepinephrine and cyclic GMP from the rat pineal gland. Life Sci 1978;22(9):767-772.

(158) Erez M, Shtacher G, Weinstock M. Cardioselectivity as a Function of Molecular Structure in β-Adrenoceptor Blocking Agents of the 1-(Para-substituted aryloxy)-3-(isopropylamino)propan-2-ol Type. J Med Chem 1978;21(9):982-984.

(159) Weinstock M, Speiser Z, Ashkenazi R. Changes in brain catecholamine turnover and receptor sensitivity induced by social deprivation in rats. Psychopharmacology 1978;56(2):205-209.

(160) Shoham-Moshonov SR, Weinstock M. Nature of seasonal variation in development of acute tolerance to morphine. Eur J Pharmacol 1977;43(2):153-161.

(161) Weinstock M, Shoham-Moshonov S, Teitelbaum D, Arnon R. Inactivation of neurogenic 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors in guinea pigs with experimental allergic encephalomyelitis (EAE) induced paralysis. Brain Res 1977;125(1):192-195.

(162) Fisher A, Weinstock M, Eliash S, Gitter S, Cohen S. Prevention by drugs of tachyphylaxis at nicotinic receptors in the cat superior cervical ganglion in situ. Eur J Pharmacol 1977;42(1):11-20.

(163) Weinstock M, Weiss C, Gitter S. Blockade of 5-hydroxytryptamine receptors in the central nervous system by β-adrenoceptor antagonists. Neuropharmacology 1977;16(4):273-276.

(164) Weinstock M, Zavadil AP, Rosin AJ. Peripheral catecholamines released by oxotremorine modulate tremor in the rat. PHARMACOLOGIST 1977;19(2).

(165) Blum B, Weinstock M, Davidovich ZA. Effect of β-adrenoceptor antagonists on centrally induced changes in ECG and blood pressure. Fed Proc 1977;36(3).

(166) Weinstock M. The presynaptic effect of β-adrenoceptor antagonists on noradrenergic neurones. Life Sci 1976;19(10):1453-1466.

(167) Weinstock M, Cohen D. Tricyclic antidepressant drugs as antagonists of muscarinic receptors in sympathetic ganglia. Eur J Pharmacol 1976;40(2):321-328.

(168) Speiser Z, Weinstock M. Reduction by propranolol of raised urinary output of MHPG in hyperactive rats. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 1976;4(5):531-534.

(169) Weiss C, Weinstock M. Interaction of β adrenoceptor antagonists, 5 hydroxytryptamine and calcium ions in rat stomach smooth muscle. Isr J Med Sci 1976;12(12):1517.

(170) Weinstock M, Shoham Moshonov S. Seasonal variation in development of tolerance to morphine. Isr J Med Sci 1976;12(12):1521.

(171) Cohen D, Weinstock M. Evidence in favor of an anticholinergic mechanism of action of tricyclic antidepressant drugs. Isr J Med Sci 1976;12(12):1516-1517.

(172) Ashkenazi R, Weinstock M. Behavioral effects of paramethoxyphenylethylamine: a pharmacological study. Isr J Med Sci 1976;12(12):1518.

(173) Fisher A, Weinstock M, Gitter S, Cohen S. A new probe for heterogeneity in muscarinic receptors: 2-methyl-spiro-(1,3-dioxolane-4,3′)-quinuclidine. Eur J Pharmacol 1976;37(2):329-338.

(174) Fisher A, Grunfeld Y, Weinstock M, Gitter S, Cohen S. A study of muscarinic receptor heterogeneity with weak antagonists. Eur J Pharmacol 1976;38(1):131-139.

(175) Erez M, Weinstock M, Cohen S, Shtacher G. Potential probe for isolation of the β-adrenoceptor, chloropractolol. Nature 1975;255(5510):635-636.

(176) Weinstock M, Schechter Harari Y. Effect of D and L propranolol on ganglion stimulation by 5 hydroxytryptamine and dimethyl phenyl piperizinium in the cat. Isr J Med Sci 1975;11(8):863-864.

(177) Weinstock M, Schechter Y. Antagonism by propranolol of the ganglion stimulant action of 5-hydroxytryptamine. Eur J Pharmacol 1975;32(2):293-301.

(178) Fisher A, Weinstock M, Cohen S. Action of specific new rigid agonists and antagonists on muscarinic receptors. Isr J Med Sci 1975;11(8):861.

(179) Weinstock M, Shoham S. Seasonal variation in sensitivity of guinea pig tissues to agonists. Nature 1974;251(5474):427-428.

(180) SCHECHTER Y, WEINSTOCK M. β‐ADRENOCEPTOR BLOCKING AGENTS AND RESPONSES TO ADRENALINE AND 5‐HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE IN RAT ISOLATED STOMACH AND UTERUS. Br J Pharmacol 1974;52(2):283-287.

(181) SPEISER Z, WEINSTOCK M. SUPERSENSITIVITY TO ISOPRENALINE INDUCED IN RATS BY PROLONGED ISOLATION. Br J Pharmacol 1974;52(4):605-608.

(182) SHOHAM S, WEINSTOCK M. THE ROLE OF SUPERSENSITIVITY TO ACETYLCHOLINE IN THE PRODUCTION OF TOLERANCE TO MORPHINE IN STIMULATED GUINEA‐PIG ILEUM. Br J Pharmacol 1974;52(4):597-603.

(183) Weinstock M, Speiser Z. Modification by propranolol and related compounds of motor activity and stereotype behaviour induced in the rat by amphetamine. Eur J Pharmacol 1974;25(1):29-35.

(184) Weinstock M, Schechter Y, Erez M, Shtacher G. Changes in β-adrenoceptor-blocking activity produced by chemical modifications in the practolol molecule. Eur J Pharmacol 1974;26(2):191-197.

(185) Speizer Z, Weinstock M. The influence of propranolol on abnormal behavior induced in rats by prolonged isolation: an animal model for mania? BRIT J PHARMACOL 1973;48(2):348P-349P.

(186) Weinstock M, Speiser Z. The effect of dl-propranolol, d-propranolol and practolol on the hyperactivity induced in rats by prolonged isolation. Psychopharmacology 1973;30(3):241-250.

(187) ELIASH S, WEINSTOCK M. Factors influencing the adrenergic neurone blocking action of propranolol. Br J Pharmacol 1972;45(4):630-634.

(188) Marshall I, Weinstock M. Quantitative method for assessing one symptom of the withdrawal syndrome in mice after chronic morphine administration [12]. Nature 1971;234(5326):223-224.

(189) ELIASH S, WEINSTOCK M. Role of adrenergic neurone blockade in the hypotensive action of propranolol. Br J Pharmacol 1971;43(2):287-294.

(190) Starr MS, Weinstock M. Relationship between blocking antibody titres and symptomatic relief in hay-fever subjects treated with allpyral. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1971;41(1):157-159.

(191) Starr MS, Weinstock M. Studies in pollen allergy. 3. The relationship between blocking antibody levels and symptomatic relief following hyposensitisation with allpyral in hay fever subjects. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1970;38(5):514-521.

(192) Weinstock M, Starr MS. Studies in pollen allergy. II. Comparison of leucocyte sensitivity and levels of blocking antibody in hay fever subjects administered allpyral or pollaccine. Int Arch Allergy Appl Immunol 1970;37(4):385-392.

(193) Starr MS, Weinstock M. Studies in pollen allergy: I. A method for estimating histamine release from sensitised leucocytes in the presence of serum. Int Arch Allergy Immunol 1970;37(3):239-247.

(194) Weinstock M, Marshall AS. Factors influencing the incidence of reversible lens opacities in solitary and aggregated mice. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1969;170(1):168-172.

(195) Marshall I, Weinstock M. A quantitative method for the assessment of physical dependence on narcotic analgesics in mice. Br J Pharmacol 1969;37(2):505P-506P.

(196) Weinstock M, Marshall AS. The influence of the sympathetic nervous system on the action of drugs on the lens. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1969;166(1):8-13.

(197) Weinstock M. The role of the sympathetic nervous system in mediating the action of analgesic drugs on the lens. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmak u Exp Path 1968;259(2):201-202.

(198) Weinstock M, Scott JD. Effect of various agents on drug-induced opacities of the lens. Exp Eye Res 1967;6(4):368-"370,IN13,371-375".

(199) COX BM, WEINSTOCK M. THE EFFECT OF ANALGESIC DRUGS ON THE RELEASE OF ACETYLCHOLINE FROM ELECTRICALLY STIMULATED GUINEA‐PIG ILEUM. Br J Pharmacol 1966;27(1):81-92.

(200) COX BM, WEINSTOCK M. QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF THE ANTAGONISM BY NALORPHINE OF SOME OF THE ACTIONS OF MORPHINE‐LIKE ANALGESIC DRUGS. Br J Pharmacol 1964;22(2):289-300.

(201) Weinstock M, Stewart HC, Butterworth KR. The action of drugs on the formation of transient lens opacities. Exp Eye Res 1963;2(1):28-32.

(202) WEINSTOCK M. SIMILARITY BETWEEN RECEPTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ANALGESIA AND LENTICULAR OPACITY. Br J Pharmacol 1961;17(3):433-441.

(203) Weinstock M, Stewart HC. OCCURRENCE IN RODENTS OF REVERSIBLE DRUG-INDUCED OPACITIES OF THE LENS. Br J Ophthalmol 1961;45(6):408-414.

(204) Weinstock M, Stewart HC, Butterworth KR. Lenticular effect in mice of some morphine-like drugs. Nature 1958;182(4648):1519-1520.