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The Faculty of Medicine - Medical Neurobiology: Nussinovitch Itzhak

Researchers

Last updated December 2021 - Medical Neurobiology

List of Publications

(1) Nussinovitch I. Tive supervision enhance. Endocrinology 2018;159(12):4043-4055.

(2) Sosial E, Nussinovitch I. Multiple Ca2+ Channel-Dependent Components in Growth Hormone Secretion from Rat Anterior Pituitary Somatotrophs. J Neuroendocrinol 2015;27(2):166-176.

(3) Tzour A, Sosial E, Meir T, Canello T, Naveh-Many T, Gabizon R, et al. Multiple Pathways for High Voltage-Activated Ca2+ Influx in Anterior Pituitary Lactotrophs and Somatotrophs. J Neuroendocrinol 2013;25(1):76-86.

(4) Ben-Zeev G, Telias M, Nussinovitch I. Lysophospholipids modulate voltage-gated calcium channel currents in pituitary cells; effects of lipid stress. Cell Calcium 2010;47(6):514-524.

(5) Lerner I, Trus M, Cohen R, Yizhar O, Nussinovitch I, Atlas D. Ion interaction at the pore of Lc-type Ca2+ channel is sufficient to mediate depolarization-induced exocytosis. J Neurochem 2006;97(1):116-127.

(6) De-Leon SB-, Ben-Zeev G, Nussinovitch I. Effects of osmotic shrinkage on voltage-gated Ca2+ channel currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 2006;290(1):C222-C232.

(7) De-Leon SB-, Blotnick E, Nussinovitch I. Effects of osmotic swelling on voltage-gated calcium channel currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 2003;285(4 54-4):C840-C852.

(8) Kilic G, Angleson JK, Cochilla AJ, Nussinovitch I. Sustained stimulation of exocytosis triggers continuous membrane retrieval in rat pituitary somatotrophs. J Physiol 2001;532(3):771-783.

(9) Angleson JK, Cochilla AJ, Kilic G, Nussinovitch I, Betz WJ. Regulation of dense core release from neuroendocrine cells revealed by imaging single exocytic events. Nat Neurosci 1999;2(5):440-446.

(10) Matzner O, Ben-Tabou S, Nussinovitch I. Hyperosmotic regulation of voltage-gated calcium currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. J Neurophysiol 1996;75(5):1894-1900.

(11) Keller E, Nussinovitch I. Activity-dependent ultra-slow inactivation of calcium currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. J Neurophysiol 1996;76(4):2157-2168.

(12) Ben‐Tabou S, Keller E, Nussinovitch I. Mechanosensitivity of voltage‐gated calcium currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. J Physiol 1994;476(1):29-39.

(13) Nussinovitch I, Kleinhaus AL. Dopamine inhibits voltage-activated calcium channel currents in rat pars intermedia pituitary cells. Brain Res 1992;574(1-2):49-55.

(14) Nussinovitch I. Somatostatin inhibits two types of voltage-activated calcium currents in rat growth-hormone secreting cells. Brain Res 1989;504(1):136-138.

(15) Nussinovitch I, Rahamimoff R. Ionic basis of tetanic and post‐tetanic potentiation at a mammalian neuromuscular junction. J Physiol 1988;396(1):435-455.

(16) Nussinovitch I. Growth hormone releasing factor evokes rhythmic hyperpolarizing currents in rat anterior pituitary cells. J Physiol 1988;395(1):303-318.

(17) Bergman H, Glusman S, Harris-Warrick RM, Kravitz EA, Nussinovitch I, Rahamimoff R. Noradrenaline augments tetanic potentiation of transmitter release by a calcium dependent process. Brain Res 1981;214(1):200-204.

(18) Nussinovitch I, Bergman H, Glusman S. Effect of noradrenaline on tetanic and posttetanic potentiation at the frog and rat neuromuscular junction. Isr J Med Sci 1981;17(5):388-389.

(19) Rahamimoff R, Lev-Tov A, Meiri H, Rahamimoff H, Nussinovitch I. Regulation of acetylcholine liberation from presynaptic nerve terminals. Monogr Neural Sci 1980;7:3-18.