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School of Pharmacy : Umschweif-Nevo Gali

Researchers

 Last updated December 2021 - School of Pharmacy

List of Publications

(1) Umschweif G, Medrihan L, McCabe KA, Sagi Y, Greengard P. Activation of the p11/SMARCA3/Neurensin-2 pathway in parvalbumin interneurons mediates the response to chronic antidepressants. Mol Psychiatry 2021;26(7):3350-3362.

(2) Umschweif G, Medrihan L, Guillén-Samander A, Wang W, Sagi Y, Greengard P. Identification of Neurensin-2 as a novel modulator of emotional behavior. Mol Psychiatry 2021;26(7):2872-2885.

(3) Umschweif G, Greengard P, Sagi Y. The dentate gyrus in depression. Eur J Neurosci 2021;53(1):39-64.

(4) Medrihan L, Umschweif G, Sinha A, Reed S, Lee J, Gindinova K, et al. Reduced Kv3.1 Activity in Dentate Gyrus Parvalbumin Cells Induces Vulnerability to Depression. Biol Psychiatry 2020;88(5):405-414.

(5) Cheng J, Umschweif G, Leung J, Sagi Y, Greengard P. HCN2 Channels in Cholinergic Interneurons of Nucleus Accumbens Shell Regulate Depressive Behaviors. Neuron 2019;101(4):662-672.e5.

(6) Umschweif G, Shein NA, Alexandrovich AG, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, Shohami E. Erratum : Heat acclimation provides sustained improvement in functional recovery and attenuates apoptosis after traumatic brain injury (Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (2010) 30, (616-627)) DOI:10.1038/jcbfm.2009.234). J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 2015;35(11):1301.

(7) Horowitz M, Umschweif G, Yacobi A, Shohami E. Molecular programs induced by heat acclimation confer neuroprotection against TBI and hypoxic insults via cross-tolerance mechanisms. Front Neurosci 2015;9(JUL).

(8) Umschweif G, Liraz-Zaltsman S, Shabashov D, Alexandrovich A, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, et al. Angiotensin Receptor Type 2 Activation Induces Neuroprotection and Neurogenesis After Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurotherapeutics 2014;11(3):665-678.

(9) Umschweif G, Shabashov D, Alexandrovich AG, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, Shohami E. Neuroprotection after traumatic brain injury in heat-acclimated mice involves induced neurogenesis and activation of angiotensin receptor type 2 signaling. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 2014;34(8):1381-1390.

(10) Umschweif G, Alexandrovich AG, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, Shohami E. The Role and Dynamics of β-Catenin in Precondition Induced Neuroprotection after Traumatic Brain Injury. PLoS ONE 2013;8(10).

(11) Umschweif G, Alexandrovich AG, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, Shohami E. Hypoxia-inducible factor 1 is essential for spontaneous recovery from traumatic brain injury and is a key mediator of heat acclimation induced neuroprotection. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 2013;33(4):524-531.

(12) Umschwief G, Shein NA, Alexandrovich AG, Trembovler V, Horowitz M, Shohami E. Heat acclimation provides sustained improvement in functional recovery and attenuates apoptosis after traumatic brain injury. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 2010;30(3):616-627.

(13) Shein NA, Grigoriadis N, Horowitz M, Umschwief G, Alexandrovich AG, Simeonidou C, et al. Microglial involvement in neuroprotection following experimental traumatic brain injury in heat-acclimated mice. Brain Res 2008;1244:132-141.