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The Faculty of Medicine - Medical Neurobiology: Meiri Halina


Last updated September 2023 - Medical Neurobiology

List of Publications


Ahdut-Hacohen R, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. ATP dependence of the non-specific ion channel in Torpedo synaptic vesicles. NeuroReport [Internet]. 2006;17(6):653–6. Available from:


Ahdut-Hacohen R, Duridanova D, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Hydrogen ions control synaptic vesicle ion channel activity in Torpedo electromotor neurones. Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 2004;556(2):347–52. Available from:


Henkel AW, Meiri H, Horstmann H, Lindau M, Almers W. Rhythmic opening and closing of vesicles during constitutive exo- and endocytosis in chromaffin cells. EMBO Journal [Internet]. 2000;19(1):84–93. Available from:


Cherki-Vakil R, Ginsburg S, Meiri H. The difference in shape of spontaneous and uniquantal evoked synaptic potentials in frog muscle. The Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 1995;482(3):641–50. Available from:


Meiri H, Banin E, Roll M, Rousseau A. Toxic effects of aluminium on nerve cells and synaptic transmission. Progress in Neurobiology [Internet]. 1993;40(1):89–121. Available from:


Sorek N, Meiri H. Aluminium modifies the electrical response of neuroblastoma cells to a short hypertonic pulse. Archives of Toxicology [Internet]. 1992;66(2):90–4. Available from:


Cherki-Vakil R, Meiri H. Postsynaptic effects of DMSO at the frog neuromuscular junction. Brain Research [Internet]. 1991;566(1–2):329–32. Available from:


Meiri H, Banin E, Roll M. Aluminum Ingestion — Is it Related to Dementia? Reviews on Environmental Health [Internet]. 1991;9(4):191–206. Available from:


Abdul-Ghani M, Kravitz EA, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Protein phosphatase inhibitor okadaic acid enhances transmitter release at neuromuscular junctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1991;88(5):1803–7. Available from:


Meiri H, Shimoni Y. Effects of aluminium on electrical and mechanical properties of frog atrial muscle. British Journal of Pharmacology [Internet]. 1991;102(2):483–91. Available from:


Abdul-Ghani M, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Vasopressin produces long-lasting increase in transmitter release. Brain Research [Internet]. 1990;515(1–2):355–7. Available from:


Cherki‐Vakil R, Meiri H. Acetylcholine release at identified nerve terminals in the organ‐cultured frog neuromuscular preparation. The Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 1990;423(1):579–92. Available from:


Banin E, Meiri H. Toxic effects of alumino-silicates on nerve cells. Neuroscience [Internet]. 1990;39(1):171–8. Available from:


Roll M, Banin E, Meiri H. Differentiated neuroblastoma cells are more susceptible to aluminium toxicity than developing cells. Archives of Toxicology [Internet]. 1989;63(3):231–7. Available from:


Banin E, Meiri H. Impaired control of information transfer at an isolated synapse treated by aluminum: is it related to dementia? Brain Research [Internet]. 1987;423(1–2):359–63. Available from:


Meiri H. Is synaptic transmission modulated by progesterone? Brain Research [Internet]. 1986;385(1):193–6. Available from:


Geron N, Meiri H. The fusogenic substance dimethyl sulfoxide enhances exocytosis in motor nerve endings. BBA - Biomembranes [Internet]. 1985;819(2):258–62. Available from:


Johnston MF, Kravitz EA, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Adrenocorticotropic hormone causes long-lasting potentiation of transmitter release from frog motor nerve terminals. Science [Internet]. 1983;220(4601):1071–2. Available from:


Melinek R, Lev-Tov A, Meiri H, Erulkar SD, Rahamimoff R. Regulatory role of intracellular sodium ions in neurotransmitter secretion. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1982;18(1):37–43. Available from:


Geron N, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Dimethyl sulfoxide augments transmission at the neuromuscular junction. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1982;18(4):551. Available from:


Meiri H, Erulkar SD, Lerman T, Rahamimoff R. The action of the sodium ionophore, monensin, on transmitter release at the frog neuromuscular junction. Brain Research [Internet]. 1981;204(1):204–8. Available from:


Rahamimoff R, Lev-Tov A, Meiri H. Primary and secondary regulation of quantal transmitter release: calcium and sodium. Journal of Experimental Biology [Internet]. 1980;89:5–18. Available from:


Rahamimoff R, Lev-Tov A, Meiri H, Rahamimoff H, Nussinovitch I. Regulation of acetylcholine liberation from presynaptic nerve terminals. Monographs in neural sciences [Internet]. 1980;7:3–18. Available from:


Barenholz Y, Erulkar SD, Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Increase in quantal transmitter release by calcium- and sodium-containing phosphatidylcholine liposomes [proceedings]. Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 1978;284:65P-66P. Available from:


Meiri H, Rahamimoff R. Clumping and oscillations in evoked transmitter release at the frog neuromuscular junction. The Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 1978;278(1):513–23. Available from:


Rahamimoff R, Erulkar SD, Lev‐Tov A, Meiri H. INTRACELLULAR AND EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM IONS IN TRANSMITTER RELEASE AT THE NEUROMUSCULAR SYNAPSE. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences [Internet]. 1978;307(1):583–98. Available from:


Rahamimoff R, Meiri H, Erulkar SD, Barenholz Y. Changes in transmitter release induced by ion-containing liposomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1978;75(10):5214–6. Available from:


Rahamimoff R, Erulkar SD, Alnaes E, Meiri H, Rotshenker S, Rahamimoff H. Modulation of transmitter release by calcium ions and nerve impulses. Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology [Internet]. 1976;40:107–16. Available from:


Werman R, Meiri H. The isolated, intraarterially perfused frog spinal cord: An improved preparation for physiologic and pharmacologic studies. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 1974;41(1):240–8. Available from: