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The Faculty of Medicine - Medical Neurobiology: Minke Baruch


Last updated December 2021 - Medical Neurobiology

List of Publications

(1) Brandwine T, Ifrah R, Bialistoky T, Zaguri R, Rhodes-Mordov E, Mizrahi-Meissonnier L, et al. Knockdown of Dehydrodolichyl Diphosphate Synthase in the Drosophila Retina Leads to a Unique Pattern of Retinal Degeneration. Front Mol Neurosci 2021;14.

(2) Gutorov R, Peters M, Katz B, Brandwine T, Barbera NA, Levitan I, et al. Modulation of transient receptor potential c channel activity by cholesterol. Front Pharmacol 2019;10.

(3) Barbera NA, Minke B, Levitan I. Comparative docking analysis of cholesterol analogs to ion channels to discriminate between stereospecific binding vs. stereospecific response. Channels 2019;13(1):136-146.

(4) Katz B, Minke B. The Drosophila light-activated TRP and TRPL channels - Targets of the phosphoinositide signaling cascade. Prog Retinal Eye Res 2018;66:200-219.

(5) Katz B, Voolstra O, Tzadok H, Yasin B, Rhodes-Modrov E, Bartels J-, et al. The latency of the light response is modulated by the phosphorylation state of Drosophila TRP at a specific site. Channels (Austin) 2017;11(6):678-685.

(6) Katz B, Gutorov R, Rhodes-Mordov E, Hardie RC, Minke B. Electrophysiological method for whole-cell voltage clamp recordings from drosophila photoreceptors. J Visualized Exp 2017;2017(124).

(7) Voolstra O, Rhodes-Mordov E, Katz B, Bartels J-, Oberegelsbacher C, Schotthöfer SK, et al. The phosphorylation state of the Drosophila TRP channel modulates the frequency response to oscillating light In Vivo. J Neurosci 2017;37(15):4213-4224.

(8) Yasin B, Kohn E, Peters M, Zaguri R, Weiss S, Schopf K, et al. Ectopic expression of mouse melanopsin in drosophila photoreceptors reveals fast response kinetics and persistent dark excitation. J Biol Chem 2017;292(9):3624-3636.

(9) Katz B, Payne R, Minke B. TRP channels in vision. Neurobiology of TRP Channels; 2017. p. 27-63.

(10) Peters M, Katz B, Lev S, Zaguri R, Gutorov R, Minke B. Depletion of Membrane Cholesterol Suppresses Drosophila Transient Receptor Potential-Like (TRPL) Channel Activity. Curr Top Membr 2017;80:233-254.

(11) Kohn E, Minke B. Methods for studying drosophila TRP channels. TRP Channels; 2016. p. 423-446.

(12) Minke B, Katz B. Genetic dissection of invertebrate phototransduction. The Curated Reference Collection in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology; 2016. p. 195-206.

(13) Weiss S, Minke B. A new genetic model for calcium induced autophagy and ER-stress in Drosophila photoreceptor cells. Channels 2015;9(1):14-20.

(14) Kohn E, Katz B, Yasin B, Peters M, Rhodes E, Zaguri R, et al. Functional cooperation between the IP3 receptor and Phospholipase C secures the high sensitivity to light of Drosophila photoreceptors In Vivo. J Neurosci 2015;35(6):2530-2546.

(15) Katz B, Oberacker T, Richter D, Tzadok H, Peters M, Minke B, et al. Drosophila trp and trpl are assembled as homomultimeric channels in vivo. J Cell Sci 2013;126(14):3121-3133.

(16) Peters M, Trembovler V, Alexandrovich A, Parnas M, Birnbaumer L, Minke B, et al. Carvacrol together with TRPC1 elimination improve functional recovery after traumatic brain injury in mice. J Neurotrauma 2012;29(18):2831-2834.

(17) Parnas M, Peters M, Minke B. Biophysics of TRP channels. Comprehensive Biophysics; 2012. p. 68-107.

(18) Weiss S, Kohn E, Dadon D, Katz B, Peters M, Lebendiker M, et al. Compartmentalization and Ca2+ buffering are essential for prevention of light-induced retinal degeneration. J Neurosci 2012;32(42):14696-14708.

(19) Minke B. The history of the Prolonged Depolarizing Afterpotential (PDA) and its role in genetic dissection of Drosophila phototransduction. J Neurogenet 2012;26(2):106-117.

(20) Katz B, Minke B. Phospholipase C-mediated suppression of dark noise enables single-photon detection in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Neurosci 2012;32(8):2722-2733.

(21) Lev S, Katz B, Tzarfaty V, Minke B. Signal-dependent hydrolysis of phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate without activation of phospholipase C: Implications on gating of drosophila TRPL (Transient Receptor Potential-Like) channel. J Biol Chem 2012;287(2):1436-1447.

(22) Lev S, Katz B, Minke B. The activity of the TRP-like channel depends on its expression system. Channels 2012;6(2):86-93.

(23) Richter D, Katz B, Oberacker T, Tzarfaty V, Belusic G, Minke B, et al. Translocation of the Drosophila transient receptor potential-like (TRPL) channel requires both the N- and C-terminal regions together with sustained Ca2+ entry. J Biol Chem 2011;286(39):34234-34243.

(24) Lev S, Minke B. Concluding remarks and future directions. TRP Channels in Health and Disease: Implications for Diagnosis and Therapy; 2011. p. 515-533.

(25) Minke B, Peters M. Rhodopsin as thermosensor? Science 2011;331(6022):1272-1273.

(26) Minke B. The history of the drosophila TRP channel: The birth of a new channel superfamily. J Neurogenet 2010;24(4):216-233.

(27) Zeevi DA, Lev S, Frumkin A, Minke B, Bach G. Heteromultimeric TRPML channel assemblies play a crucial role in the regulation of cell viability models and starvation-induced autophagy. J Cell Sci 2010;123(18):3112-3124.

(28) Dadon D, Minke B. Cellular functions of Transient Receptor Potential channels. Int J Biochem Cell Biol 2010;42(9):1430-1445.

(29) Lev S, Zeevi DA, Frumkin A, Offen-Glasner V, Bach G, Minke B. Constitutive activity of the human TRPML2 channel induces cell degeneration. J Biol Chem 2010;285(4):2771-2782.

(30) Katz B, Minke B. Genetic dissection of invertebrate phototransduction. Encyclopedia of the Eye; 2010. p. 195-206.

(31) Katz B, Minke B. Genetic dissection of invertebrate phototransduction. Encyclopedia of the Eye, Four-Volume Set; 2010. p. 195-206.

(32) Lev S, Minke B. Constitutive activity of TRP Channels. Methods for measuring the activity and its outcome. Methods Enzymol 2010;484(C):591-612.

(33) Katz B, Minke B. Drosophila photoreceptors and signaling mechanisms. Front Cell Neurosci 2009;3(JUN).

(34) Parnas M, Katz B, Lev S, Tzarfaty V, Dadon D, Gordon-Shaag A, et al. Membrane lipid modulations remove divalent open channel block from TRP-like and NMDA channels. J Neurosci 2009;29(8):2371-2383.

(35) Parnas M, Peters M, Minke B. Linoleic acid inhibits TRP channels with intrinsic voltage sensitivity: Implications on the mechanism of linoleic acid action. Channels 2009;3(3):164-166.

(36) Parnas M, Peters M, Dadon D, Lev S, Vertkin I, Slutsky I, et al. Carvacrol is a novel inhibitor of Drosophila TRPL and mammalian TRPM7 channels. Cell Calcium 2009;45(3):300-309.

(37) Frechter S, Elia N, Tzarfaty V, Selinger Z, Minke B. Translocation of Gqα mediates long-term adaptation in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Neurosci 2007;27(21):5571-5583.

(38) Parnas M, Katz B, Minke B. Open channel block by Ca2+ underlies the voltage dependence of Drosophila TRPL channel. J Gen Physiol 2007;129(1):17-28.

(39) Meyer NE, Joel-Almagor T, Frechter S, Minke B, Huber A. Subcellular translocation of the eGFP-tagged TRPL channel in Drosophila photoreceptors requires activation of the phototransduction cascade. J Cell Sci 2006;119(12):2592-2603.

(40) Minke B, Parnas M. Insights on TRP channels from in vivo studies in Drosophila. Annu Rev Physiol 2006;68:649-684.

(41) Frechter S, Minke B. Light-regulated translocation of signaling proteins in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Physiol Paris 2006;99(2-3):133-139.

(42) Minke B. TRP channels and Ca2+ signaling. Cell Calcium 2006;40(3):261-275.

(43) Elia N, Frechter S, Gedi Y, Minke B, Selinger Z. Excess of Gβe over Gqαe in vivo prevents dark, spontaneous activity of Drosophila photoreceptors. J Cell Biol 2005;171(3):517-526.

(44) Chorna-Ornan I, Tzarfaty V, Ankri-Eliahoo G, Joel-Almagor T, Meyer NE, Huber A, et al. Light-regulated interaction of Dmoesin with TRP and TRPL channels is required for maintenance of photoreceptors. J Cell Biol 2005;171(1):143-152.

(45) Iakhine R, Chorna-Ornan I, Zars T, Elia N, Cheng Y, Selinger Z, et al. Novel Dominant Rhodopsin Mutation Triggers Two Mechanisms of Retinal Degeneration and Photoreceptor Desensitization. J Neurosci 2004;24(10):2516-2526.

(46) Agam K, Frechter S, Minke B. Activation of the Drosophila TRP and TRPL channels requires both Ca2+ and protein dephosphorylation. Cell Calcium 2004;35(2):87-105.

(47) Kosloff M, Elia N, Joel-Almagor T, Timberg R, Zars TD, Hyde DR, et al. Regulation of light-dependent Gqα translocation and morphological changes in fly photoreceptors. EMBO J 2003;22(3):459-468.

(48) Minke B, Agam K. TRP gating is linked to the metabolic state and maintenance of the Drosophila photoreceptor cells. Cell Calcium 2003;33(5-6):395-408.

(49) Bähner M, Frechter S, Da Silva N, Minke B, Paulsen R, Huber A. Light-regulated subcellular translocation of drosophila TRPL channels induces long-term adaptation and modifies the light-induced current. Neuron 2002;34(1):83-93.

(50) Minke B. The TRP calcium channel and retinal degeneration. Adv Exp Med Biol 2002;514:601-622.

(51) Minke B, Cook B. TRP channel proteins and signal transduction. Physiol Rev 2002;82(2):429-472.

(52) Minke B. The TRP channel and phospholipase C-mediated signaling. Cell Mol Neurobiol 2001;21(6):629-643.

(53) Chorna-Ornan I, Joel-Almagor T, Ben-Ami HC, Frechter S, Gillo B, Selinger Z, et al. A common mechanism underlies vertebrate calcium signaling and Drosophila phototransduction. J Neurosci 2001;21(8):2622-2629.

(54) Minke B, Hardie RC. Chapter 9 Genetic dissection of Drosophila phototransduction. Handb Of biol Phys 2000;3(C):449-525.

(55) Cook B, Bar-Yaacov M, Cohen Ben-Ami H, Goldstein RE, Paroush Z, Selinger Z, et al. Phospholipase C and termination of G-protein-mediated signalling in vivo. Nature Cell Biol 2000;2(5):296-301.

(56) Agam K, Von Campenhausen M, Levy S, Ben-Ami HC, Cook B, Kirschfeld K, et al. Metabolic stress reversibly activates the Drosophila light-sensitive channels TRP and TRPL in vivo. J Neurosci 2000;20(15):5748-5755.

(57) Yoon J, Ben-Ami HC, Hong YS, Park S, Strong LLR, Bowman J, et al. Novel mechanism of massive photoreceptor degeneration caused by mutations in the trp gene of Drosophila. J Neurosci 2000;20(2):649-659.

(58) Cook B, Minke B. TRP and calcium stores in Drosophila phototransduction. Cell Calcium 1999;25(2):161-171.

(59) Arnon A, Cook B, Gillo B, Montell C, Selinger Z, Minke B. Calmodulin regulation of light adaptation and store-operated dark current in Drosophila photoreceptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1997;94(11):5894-5899.

(60) Arnon A, Cook B, Montell C, Selinger Z, Minke B. Calmodulin regulation of calcium stores in phototransduction of Drosophila. Science 1997;275(5303):1119-1121.

(61) Gillo B, Chorna I, Cohen H, Cook B, Manistersky I, Chorev M, et al. Coexpression of Drosophila TRP and TRP-like proteins in Xenopus oocytes reconstitutes capacitative Ca2+ entry. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1996;93(24):14146-14151.

(62) Hardie RC, Minke B. Erratum: Phosphoinositide-mediated phototransduction in Drosophila photoreceptors: The role of Ca2+ and trp (Cell Calcium (1995) 18 (256-274)). Cell Calcium 1996;19(1):95.

(63) Minke B, Selinger Z. The roles of trp and calcium in regulating photoreceptor function in Drosophila. Curr Opin Neurobiol 1996;6(4):459-466.

(64) Gillo B, Sealfon SC, Minke B. Pharmacology of a capacitative Ca2+ entry in Xenopus oocytes. J PHOTOCHEM PHOTOBIOL B BIOL 1996;35(1-2):77-82.

(65) Minke B, Selinger Z. Role of Drosophila TRP in inositide-mediated Ca2+ entry. Mol Neurobiol 1996;12(2):163-180.

(66) Ben-Oren I, Peleg G, Lewis A, Minke B, Loew L. Infrared nonlinear optical measurements of membrane potential in photoreceptor cells. Biophys J 1996;71(3):1616-1620.

(67) Porter JA, Minke B, Montell C. Calmodulin binding to drosophila NinaC required for termination of phototransduction. EMBO J 1995;14(18):4450-4459.

(68) Pollock JA, Assaf A, Peretz A, Nichols CD, Mojet MH, Hardie RC, et al. TRP, a protein essential for inositide-mediated Ca2+ influx is localized adjacent to the calcium stores in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Neurosci 1995;15(5 II):3747-3760.

(69) Hardie RC, Minke B. Phosphoinositide-mediated phototransduction in Drosophila photoreceptors: the role of Ca2+ and trp. Cell Calcium 1995;18(4):256-274.

(70) Peretz A, Sandler C, Kirschfeld K, Hardie RC, Minke B. Genetic dissection of light-induced Ca2+ influx into Drosophila photoreceptors. J Gen Physiol 1994;104(6):1057-1077.

(71) Sahly I, Schröder WH, Minke B, Zierold K. Accumulation of calcium in degenerating photoreceptors of several Drosophila mutants. Vis Neurosci 1994;11(4):763-772.

(72) Hardie RC, Minke B. Spontaneous activation of light-sensitive channels in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Gen Physiol 1994;103(3):389-407.

(73) Hardie RC, Minke B. Calcium-dependent inactivation of light-sensitive channels in Drosophila photoreceptors. J Gen Physiol 1994;103(3):409-427.

(74) Minke B. Protein kinase C is required for light adaptation in drosophila photoreceptors. Biomed Pharmacother 1994;48(3-4):175-176.

(75) Peretz A, Suss-Toby E, Rom-Glas A, Arnon A, Payne R, Minke B. The light response of drosophila photoreceptors is accompanied by an increase in cellular calcium: Effects of specific mutations. Neuron 1994;12(6):1257-1267.

(76) Selinger Z, Doza YN, Minke B. Mechanisms and genetics of photoreceptors desensitization in Drosophila flies. Biochim Biophys Acta Mol Cell Res 1993;1179(3):283-299.

(77) Byk T, Bar-Yaacov M, Doza YN, Minke B, Selinger Z. Regulatory arrestin cycle secures the fidelity and maintenance of the fly photoreceptor cell. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1993;90(5):1907-1911.

(78) Hardie RC, Minke B. Novel Ca2+ channels underlying transduction in Drosophila photoreceptors: implications for phosphoinositide-mediated Ca2+ mobilization. Trends Neurosci 1993;16(9):371-376.

(79) Hardie RC, Peretz A, Pollock JA, Minke B. Ca2+ limits the development of the light response in Drosophila photoreceptors. Proc R Soc B Biol Sci 1993;252(1335):223-229.

(80) Hardie RC, Peretz A, Suss-Toby E, Rom-Glas A, Bishop SA, Selinger Z, et al. Protein kinase C is required for light adaptation in Drosophila photoreceptors. Nature 1993;363(6430):634-637.

(81) Rom-Glas A, Sandler C, Kirschfeld K, Minke B. The nss mutation or lanthanum inhibits light-induced Ca2+ influx into fly photoreceptors. J Gen Physiol 1992;100(5):767-781.

(82) Werner U, Suss-Toby E, Rom A, Minke B. Calcium is necessary for light excitation in barnacle photoreceptors. J Comp Physiol A 1992;170(4):427-434.

(83) Minke B, Selinger Z. The inositol-lipid pathway is necessary for light excitation in fly photoreceptors. Soc Gen Physiol Ser 1992;47:201-217.

(84) Hardie RC, Minke B. The trp gene is essential for a light-activated Ca2+ channel in Drosophila photoreceptors. Neuron 1992;8(4):643-651.

(85) Sahly I, Nachum SB, Suss-Toby E, Rom A, Peretz A, Kleiman J, et al. Calcium channel blockers inhibit retinal degeneration in the retinal- degeneration-B mutant of Drosophila. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1992;89(1):435-439.

(86) DOZA YN, MINKE B, CHOREV M, SELINGER Z. Characterization of fly rhodopsin kinase. Eur J Biochem 1992;209(3):1035-1040.

(87) Suss-Toby E, Selinger Z, Minke B. Lanthanum reduces the excitation efficiency in fly photoreceptors. J Gen Physiol 1991;98(4):849-868.

(88) Minke B, Selinger Z. Chapter 5 Inositol lipid pathway in fly photoreceptors: Excitation, calcium mobilization and retinal degeneration. Prog Retinal Res 1991;11(C):99-124.

(89) Minke B, Payne R. Spatial restriction of light adaptation and mutation-induced inactivation in fly photoreceptors. J Neurosci 1991;11(4):900-909.

(90) Minke B, Rubinstein CT, Sahly I, Bar-Nachum S, Timberg R, Selinger Z. Phorbol ester induces photoreceptor-specific degeneration in a Drosophila mutant. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1990;87(1):113-117.

(91) Suss E, Barash S, Stavenga DG, Stieve H, Selinger Z, Minke B. Chemical excitation and inactivation in photoreceptors of the fly mutants trp and nss. J Gen Physiol 1989;94(3):465-491.

(92) Rubinstein CT, Bar-Nachum S, Selinger Z, Minke B. Light-induced retinal degeneration in rdgB (retinal degeneration B) mutant of Drosophila: Electrophysiological and morphological manifestations of degeneration. Vis Neurosci 1989;2(6):529-539.

(93) Rubinstein CT, Bar-Nachum S, Selinger Z, Minke B. Chemically induced retinal degeneration in the rdgB (retinal degeneration B) mutant of Drosophila. Vis Neurosci 1989;2(6):541-551.

(94) Barash S, Suss E, Stavenga DG, Rubinstein CT, Selinger Z, Minke B. Light reduces the excitation efficiency in the ms mutant of the sheep blowfly Lucilia. J Gen Physiol 1988;92(3):307-330.

(95) Selinger Z, Minke B. Inositol lipid cascade of vision studied in mutant flies. COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMP QUANT BIOL 1988;53(1):333-341.

(96) Devary O, Heichal O, Blumenfeld A, Cassel D, Suss E, Barash S, et al. Coupling of photoexcited rhodopsin to inositol phospholipid hydrolysis in fly photoreceptors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1987;84(19):6939-6943.

(97) Minke B. Bleaching adaptation in photoreceptors. Isr J Med Sci 1987;23(1-2):61-68.

(98) Selinger Z, Devary O, Blumenfeld A, Heichal O, Barash S, Minke B. Light-dependent phospholipase C activity in Musca eye membranes and excitation of photoreceptor cells by inositol triphosphate and 2,3 diphosphoglycerate. Prog Clin Biol Res 1987;249:169-178.

(99) Almagor E, Hillman P, Minke B. Spatial properties of the prolonged depolarizing afterpotential in barnacle photoreceptors: I. the induction process. J Gen Physiol 1986;87(3):391-405.

(100) Almagor E, Hillman P, Minke B. Spatial properties of the prolonged depolarizing afterpotential in barnacle photoreceptors: II. antagonistic interactions. J Gen Physiol 1986;87(3):407-423.

(101) Minke B, Tsacopoulos M. Light induced sodium dependent accumulation of calcium and potassium in the extracellular space of bee retina. Vis Res 1986;26(5):679-690.

(102) Blumenfeld A, Erusalimsky J, Heichal O, Selinger Z, Minke B. Light-activated guanosinetriphosphatase in Musca eye membranes resembles the prolonged depolarizing afterpotential in photoreceptor cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1985;82(20):7116-7120.

(103) Minke B, Stephenson RS. The characteristics of chemically induced noise in Musca photoreceptors. J Comp Physiol 1985;156(3):339-356.

(104) Minke B, Kirschfeld K. Non-local interactions between light induced processes in Calliphora photoreceptors. J Comp Physiol 1984;154(2):175-187.

(105) Minke B, Armon E. Activation of electrogenic Na-Ca exchange by light in fly photoreceptors. Vis Res 1984;24(2):109-115.

(106) Minke B. The trp is a Drosophila mutant sensitive to developmental temperature. J Comp Physiol 1983;151(4):483-486.

(107) Armon E, Minke B. Light activated electrogenic Na+-Ca2+-exchange in fly photoreceptors: Modulation by Na+/K+-pump activity. Biophys Struct Mechanism 1983;9(4):349-357.

(108) Hillman P, Hochstein S, Minke B. Transduction in invertebrate photoreceptors: Role of pigment bistability. Physiol Rev 1983;63(2):668-772.

(109) Franceschini N, Kirschfeld K, Minke B. Fluorescence of photoreceptor cells observed in vivo. Science 1981;213(4513):1264-1267.

(110) Minke B, Kirschfeld K. Fast electrical potentials arising from activation of metarhodopsin in the fly. J Gen Physiol 1980;75(4):381-402.


(112) Minke B. Transduction in photoreceptors with bistable pigments: Intermediate processes. Biophys Struct Mechanism 1979;5(2-3):163-174.

(113) Almagor E, Hillman P, Minke B. Upper limit on translational diffusion of visual pigment in intact unfixed barnacle photoreceptors. Biophys Struct Mechanism 1979;5(2-3):243-248.

(114) Minke B, Kirschfeld K. The contribution of a sensitizing pigment to the photosensitivity spectra of fly rhodopsin and metarhodopsin. J Gen Physiol 1979;73(5):517-540.

(115) Kirschfeld K, Feiler R, Minke B. The kinetics of formation of metarhodopsin in intact photoreceptors of the fly. Z Naturforsch Sect C J Biosci 1978;33(11-12):1009-1010.

(116) Minke B, Hochstein S, Hillman P. The kinetics of visual pigment systems - II. Application to measurements on a bistable pigment system. Biol Cybernetics 1978;30(1):33-43.

(117) Hochstein S, Minke B, Hillman P, Knight BW. The kinetics of visual pigment systems - I. Mathematical analysis. Biol Cybernetics 1978;30(1):23-32.

(118) Minke B, Kirschfeld K. Microspectrophotometric evidence for two photointerconvertible states of visual pigment in the barnacle lateral eye. J Gen Physiol 1978;71(1):37-45.

(119) Kirschfeld K, Franceschini N, Minke B. Evidence for a sensitising pigment in fly photoreceptors. Nature 1977;269(5627):386-390.

(120) Minke B. Drosophila mutant with a transducer defect. Biophys Struct Mechanism 1977;3(1):59-64.

(121) Hillman P, Hochstein S, Minke B. Nonlocal interactions in the photoreceptor transduction process. J Gen Physiol 1976;68(2):227-245.

(122) Minke B, Wu C-, Pak WL. Isolation of light-induced response of the central retinula cells from the electroretinogram of Drosophila. J Comp Physiol 1975;98(4):345-355.

(123) Minke B, Wu C-, Pak WL. Induction of photoreceptor voltage noise in the dark in Drosophila mutant. Nature 1975;258(5530):84-87.

(124) Minke B, Wu CF, Pak WL. Isolation of light induced response of the central retinula cells from the electroretinogram of Drosophila. J COMP PHYSIOL SER A 1975;98(4):345-355.

(125) Minke B, Hochstein S, Hillman P. Derivation of a Quantitative Kinetic Model for a Visual Pigment from Observations of Early Receptor Potential. Biophys J 1974;14(6):490-512.

(126) Minke B, Hochstein S, Hillman P. Photoreceptor transduction. A new system. Isr J Med Sci 1973;9 Suppl:114-118.

(127) Hillman P, Dodge FA, Hochstein S, Knight BW, Minke B. Rapid dark recovery of the invertebrate early receptor potential. J Gen Physiol 1973;62(1):77-86.

(128) Hochstein S, Minke B, Hillman P. Antagonistic components of the late receptor potential in the barnacle photoreceptor arising from different stages of the pigment process. J Gen Physiol 1973;62(1):105-128.

(129) Minke B, Hochstein S, Hillman P. Early receptor potential evidence for the existence of two thermally stable states in the barnacle visual pigment. J Gen Physiol 1973;62(1):87-104.

(130) Minke B, Auerbach E. Latencies and correlation in single units and visual evoked potentials in the cat striate cortex following monocular and binocular stimulations. Exp Brain Res 1972;14(4):409-422.

(131) Hillman P, Hochstein S, Minke B. A visual pigment with two physiologically active stable states. Science 1972;175(4029):1486-1488.

(132) Hochstein S, Minke B, Hillman P. Receptor potentials from a visual pigment with two thermally stable states. Adv Exp Med Biol 1972;24:65-73.