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The Faculty of Medicine - Medical Neurobiology: Tal Michael


Last updated September 2023 - Medical Neurobiology

List of Publications


Tal M, Minert A, Devor M. Resurgent neuropathic discharge: An obstacle to the therapeutic use of neuroma resection? Pain [Internet]. 2023;164(2):349–61. Available from:


Sharav Y, Haviv Y, Tal M. Placebo or Nocebo Interventions as Affected by Hypnotic Susceptibility. Applied Sciences (Switzerland) [Internet]. 2023;13(2). Available from:


Jahanbani S, Hansen PS, Blum LK, Bastounis EE, Ramadoss NS, Pandrala M, et al. Increased macrophage phagocytic activity with TLR9 agonist conjugation of an anti- Borrelia burgdorferi monoclonal antibody. Clinical Immunology [Internet]. 2023;246. Available from:


Muenkel M, Aparicio-Yuste R, Tal MC, Kraiczy P, Bastounis EE. Spatiotemporal characterization of endothelial cell motility and physical forces during exposure to Borrelia burgdorferi. STAR Protocols [Internet]. 2022;3(4). Available from:


Ram-Mohan N, Rogers AJ, Blish CA, Nadeau KC, Zudock EJ, Kim D, et al. Using a 29-mRNA Host Response Classifier to Detect Bacterial Coinfections and Predict Outcomes in COVID-19 Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department. Microbiology Spectrum [Internet]. 2022;10(6). Available from:


Yuste RA, Muenkel M, Axarlis K, Gómez Benito MJ, Reuss A, Blacker G, et al. Borrelia burgdorferi modulates the physical forces and immunity signaling in endothelial cells. iScience [Internet]. 2022;25(8). Available from:


Sheikh-Mohamed S, Sanders EC, Gommerman JL, Tal MC. Guardians of the oral and nasopharyngeal galaxy: IgA and protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection*. Immunological Reviews [Internet]. 2022;309(1):75–85. Available from:


Sheikh-Mohamed S, Isho B, Chao GYC, Zuo M, Cohen C, Lustig Y, et al. Systemic and mucosal IgA responses are variably induced in response to SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination and are associated with protection against subsequent infection. Mucosal Immunology [Internet]. 2022;15(5):799–808. Available from:


Yiu YY, Hansen PS, Bear L, Dulgeroff T, Blacker G, Myers L, et al. CD47 Blockade Leads to Chemokine-Dependent Monocyte Infiltration and Loss of B Cells from the Splenic Marginal Zone. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 2022;208(6):1371–7. Available from:


Ram-Mohan N, Kim D, Zudock EJ, Hashemi MM, Tjandra KC, Rogers AJ, et al. SARS-CoV-2 RNAemia Predicts Clinical Deterioration and Extrapulmonary Complications from COVID-19. Clinical Infectious Diseases [Internet]. 2022;74(2):218–26. Available from:


Upton R, Banuelos A, Feng D, Biswas T, Kao K, McKenna K, et al. Combining CD47 blockade with trastuzumab eliminates HER2-positive breast cancer cells and overcomes trastuzumab tolerance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 2021;118(29). Available from:


Dulgeroff LBT, Oakley MS, Tal MC, Yiu YY, He JQ, Shoham M, et al. CD47 blockade reduces the pathologic features of experimental cerebral malaria and promotes survival of hosts with Plasmodium infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 2021;118(11). Available from:


Tal MC, Dulgeroff LBT, Myers L, Cham LB, Mayer-Barber KD, Bohrer AC, et al. Upregulation of CD47 is a host checkpoint response to pathogen recognition. mBio [Internet]. 2020;11(3):1–15. Available from:


Cham LB, Torrez Dulgeroff LB, Tal MC, Adomati T, Li F, Bhat H, et al. Immunotherapeutic Blockade of CD47 Inhibitory Signaling Enhances Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses to Viral Infection. Cell Reports [Internet]. 2020;31(2). Available from:


Elberg G, Liraz-Zaltsman S, Reichert F, Matozaki T, Tal M, Rotshenker S. Deletion of SIRPα (signal regulatory protein-α) promotes phagocytic clearance of myelin debris in Wallerian degeneration, axon regeneration, and recovery from nerve injury. Journal of Neuroinflammation [Internet]. 2019;16(1). Available from:


Cohen A, Troib S, Dotan S, Najmuldeen H, Yesilkaya H, Kushnir T, et al. Streptococcus pneumoniae Cell Wall-Localized Trigger Factor Elicits a Protective Immune Response and Contributes to Bacterial Adhesion to the Host. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2019;9(1). Available from:


Myers LM, Tal MC, Torrez Dulgeroff LB, Carmody AB, Messer RJ, Gulati G, et al. A functional subset of CD8 + T cells during chronic exhaustion is defined by SIRPα expression. Nature Communications [Internet]. 2019;10(1). Available from:


Morozov GI, Porat N, Kushnir T, Najmuldeen H, Adawi A, Chalifa-Caspi V, et al. Flavin Reductase Contributes to Pneumococcal Virulence by Protecting from Oxidative Stress and Mediating Adhesion and Elicits Protection Against Pneumococcal Challenge. Scientific Reports [Internet]. 2018;8(1). Available from:


Goldman SE, Dotan S, Talias A, Lilo A, Azriel S, Malka I, et al. Streptococcus pneumoniae fructose-1,6-bisphosphate aldolase, a protein vaccine candidate, elicits Th1/Th2/Th17-type cytokine responses in mice. International Journal of Molecular Medicine [Internet]. 2016;37(4):1127–38. Available from:


Nebenzahl YM, Blau K, Kushnir T, Shagan M, Portnoi M, Cohen A, et al. Streptococcus pneumoniae cell-wall-localized phosphoenolpyruvate protein phosphotransferase can function as an adhesin: Identification of its host target molecules and evaluation of its potential as a vaccine. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2016;11(3). Available from:


Ziv NY, Tal M, Shavit Y. The transition from naïve to primed nociceptive state: A novel wind-up protocol in mice. Experimental Neurology [Internet]. 2016;275:133–42. Available from:


Devor M, Tal M. Nerve resection for the treatment of chronic neuropathic pain. Pain [Internet]. 2014;155(6):1053–4. Available from:


Nitzan-Luques A, Minert A, Devor M, Tal M. Dynamic genotype-selective “phenotypic switching” of CGRP expression contributes to differential neuropathic pain phenotype. Experimental Neurology [Internet]. 2013;250:194–204. Available from:


Muchnik L, Adawi A, Ohayon A, Dotan S, Malka I, Azriel S, et al. NADH Oxidase Functions as an Adhesin in Streptococcus pneumoniae and Elicits a Protective Immune Response in Mice. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2013;8(4). Available from:


Ringkamp M, Tal M, Hartke TV, Wooten M, McKelvy A, Turnquist BP, et al. Local loperamide injection reduces mechanosensitivity of rat cutaneous, nociceptive C-fibers. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2012;7(7). Available from:


Nitzan-Luques A, Devor M, Tal M. Genotype-selective phenotypic switch in primary afferent neurons contributes to neuropathic pain. Pain [Internet]. 2011;152(10):2413–26. Available from:


Gabay E, Wolf G, Shavit Y, Yirmiya R, Tal M. Chronic blockade of interleukin-1 (IL-1) prevents and attenuates neuropathic pain behavior and spontaneous ectopic neuronal activity following nerve injury. European Journal of Pain [Internet]. 2011;15(3):242–8. Available from:


Nissenbaum J, Devor M, Seltzer Z, Gebauer M, Michaelis M, Tal M, et al. Susceptibility to chronic pain following nerve injury is genetically affected by CACNG2. Genome Research [Internet]. 2010;20(9):1180–90. Available from:


Eliav E, Benoliel R, Herzberg U, Kalladka M, Tal M. The role of IL-6 and IL-1β in painful perineural inflammatory neuritis. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity [Internet]. 2009;23(4):474–84. Available from:


Devor M, Tal M. What causes low back pain? Pain [Internet]. 2009;142(1–2):11–2. Available from:


Kaufmann D, Yagen B, Minert A, Tal M, Devor M, Bialer M. Evaluation of the enantioselective antiallodynic and pharmacokinetic profile of propylisopropylacetamide, a chiral isomer of valproic acid amide. Neuropharmacology [Internet]. 2008;54(4):699–707. Available from:


Kleibeuker W, Gabay E, Kavelaars A, Zijlstra J, Wolf G, Ziv N, et al. IL-1β signaling is required for mechanical allodynia induced by nerve injury and for the ensuing reduction in spinal cord neuronal GRK2. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity [Internet]. 2008;22(2):200–8. Available from:


Tal M, Devor M. Anatomy and neurophysiology of orofacial pain [Internet]. Orofacial Pain and Headache. 2008. Available from:


Sharav Y, Tal M. Response to Editorial on Sharav and Tal (2006). Pain [Internet]. 2007;127(1–2):195. Available from:


Benoliel R, Tal M, Eliav E. Effects of Topiramate on the Chronic Constriction Injury Model in the Rat. Journal of Pain [Internet]. 2006;7(12):878–83. Available from:


Sharav Y, Tal M. Focused hypnotic analgesia: Local and remote effects. Pain [Internet]. 2006;124(3):280–6. Available from:


Wolf G, Gabay E, Tal M, Yirmiya R, Shavit Y. Genetic impairment of interleukin-1 signaling attenuates neuropathic pain, autotomy, and spontaneous ectopic neuronal activity, following nerve injury in mice. Pain [Internet]. 2006;120(3):315–24. Available from:


Tal M, Sharav Y. Jaw clenching modulates sensory perception in high- but not in low-hypnotizable subjects. Journal of Orofacial Pain [Internet]. 2005;19(1):76–81. Available from:


Eliav E, Tal M, Benoliel R. Experimental malignancy in the rat induces early hypersensitivity indicative of neuritis. Pain [Internet]. 2004;110(3):727–37. Available from:


Gabay E, Tal M. Pain behavior and nerve electrophysiology in the CCI model of neuropathic pain. Pain [Internet]. 2004;110(1–2):354–60. Available from:


Cherkas PS, Huang TY, Pannicke T, Tal M, Reichenbach A, Hanani M. The effects of axotomy on neurons and satellite glial cells in mouse trigeminal ganglion. Pain [Internet]. 2004;110(1–2):290–8. Available from:


Sharav Y, Tal M. Focused analgesia and generalized relaxation produce differential hypnotic analgesia in response to ascending stimulus intensity. International Journal of Psychophysiology [Internet]. 2004;52(2):187–96. Available from:


Weick M, Cherkas PS, Härtig W, Pannicke T, Uckermann O, Bringmann A, et al. P2 receptors in satellite glial cells in trigeminal ganglia of mice. Neuroscience [Internet]. 2003;120(4):969–77. Available from:


Benoliel R, Sharav Y, Tal M, Eliav E. Management of chronic orofacial pain: today and tomorrow. Compendium of continuing education in dentistry (Jamesburg, NJ : 1995) [Internet]. 2003;24(12):909–20, 922–4, 926-928 passim; quiz 932. Available from:


Zubare-Samuelov M, Peri I, Tal M, Tarshish M, Spielman AI, Naim M. Some sweet and bitter tastants stimulate inhibitory pathway of adenylyl cyclase via melatonin and α2-adrenergic receptors in Xenopus laevis melanophores. American Journal of Physiology - Cell Physiology [Internet]. 2003;285(5 54-5):C1255–62. Available from:


Eliav E, Teich S, Nitzan D, El Raziq DA, Nahlieli O, Tal M, et al. Facial arthralgia and myalgia: Can they be differentiated by trigeminal sensory assessment? Pain [Internet]. 2003;104(3):481–90. Available from:


Guo W, Zou S, Tal M, Ren K. Activation of spinal kainate receptors after inflammation: Behavioral hyperalgesia and subunit gene expression. European Journal of Pharmacology [Internet]. 2002;452(3):309–18. Available from:


Benoliel R, Wilensky A, Tal M, Eliav E. Application of a pro-inflammatory agent to the orbital portion of the rat infraorbital nerve induces changes indicative of ongoing trigeminal pain. Pain [Internet]. 2002;99(3):567–78. Available from:


Guo W, Zou S, Guan Y, Ikeda T, Tal M, Dubner R, et al. Tyrosine phosphorylation of the NR2B subunit of the NMDA receptor in the spinal cord during the development and maintenance of inflammatory hyperalgesia. Journal of Neuroscience [Internet]. 2002;22(14):6208–17. Available from:


Benoliel R, Eliav E, Tal M. Strain-dependent modification of neuropathic pain behaviour in the rat hindpaw by a priming painful trigeminal nerve injury. Pain [Internet]. 2002;97(3):203–12. Available from:


Eliav E, Benoliel R, Tal M. Inflammation with no axonal damage of the rat saphenous nerve trunk induces ectopic discharge and mechanosensitivity in myelinated axons. Neuroscience Letters [Internet]. 2001;311(1):49–52. Available from:


Benoliel R, Eliav E, Tal M. No sympathetic nerve sprouting in rat trigeminal ganglion following painful and non-painful infraorbital nerve neuropathy. Neuroscience Letters [Internet]. 2001;297(3):151–4. Available from:


Levy D, Tal M, Höke A, Zochodne DW. Transient action of the endothelial constitutive nitric oxide synthase (ecNOS) mediates the development of thermal hypersensitivity following peripheral nerve injury. European Journal of Neuroscience [Internet]. 2000;12(7):2323–32. Available from:


Tal M, Wall PD, Devor M. Myelinated afferent fiber types that become spontaneously active and mechanosensitive following nerve transection in the rat. Brain Research [Internet]. 1999;824(2):218–23. Available from:


Yagil G, Shimron F, Tal M. DNA unwinding in the CYC1 and DED1 yeast promoters. Gene [Internet]. 1998;225(1–2):153–62. Available from:


Naim M, Striem BJ, Tal M. Cellular Signal Transduction of Sweetener-Induced Taste. Advances in Food and Nutrition Research [Internet]. 1998;42(C):211–43. Available from:


Tal M, Liberman R. Local injection of nerve growth factor (NGF) triggers degranulation of mast cells in rat paw. Neuroscience Letters [Internet]. 1997;221(2–3):129–32. Available from:


Tal M, Eliav E. Abnormal discharge originates at the site of nerve injury in experimental constriction neuropathy (CCI) in the rat. Pain [Internet]. 1996;64(3):511–8. Available from:


Tal M. A novel antioxidant alleviates heat hyperalgesia in rats with an experimental painful peripheral neuropathy. NeuroReport [Internet]. 1996;7(8):1382–4. Available from:


Ben-Aharon U, Gutman M, Shani E, Chatsubi I, Pfefferman R, Shiloh Y, et al. Amplification of protooncogenes and expression of the HER2/NEU oncogene in invasive breast cancer. Harefuah [Internet]. 1996;130(1):4–8. Available from:


Guthmann MD, Tal M, Pecht I. A secretion inhibitory signal transduction molecule on mast cells is another C-type lectin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1995;92(20):9397–401. Available from:


Guthmann MD, Tal M, Pecht I. A new member of the C-type lectin family is a modulator of the mast cell secretory response. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology [Internet]. 1995;107(1–3):82–6. Available from:


Tal M, Ammar DA, Karpuj M, Krizhanovsky V, Naim M, Thompson DA. A Novel Putative Neuropeptide Receptor Expressed in Neural Tissue, Including Sensory Epithelia. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications [Internet]. 1995;209(2):752–9. Available from:


Sharav Y, Tal M. Hypnotic analgesia and reflex activity. Pain [Internet]. 1995;63(3):391. Available from:


Tal M, Shimron F, Yagil G. Unwound regions in yeast centromere IV DNA. Journal of Molecular Biology [Internet]. 1994;243(2):179–89. Available from:


Tal M, Bennett GJ. Extra-territorial pain in rats with a peripheral mononeuropathy: mechano-hyperalgesia and mechano-allodynia in the territory of an uninjured nerve. Pain [Internet]. 1994;57(3):375–82. Available from:


Efrat S, Tal M, Lodish HF. The pancreatic β-cell glucose sensor. Trends in Biochemical Sciences [Internet]. 1994;19(12):535–8. Available from:


Tal M, Bennett GJ. Neuropathic pain sensations are differentially sensitive to dextrorphan. NeuroReport [Internet]. 1994;5(12):1438–40. Available from:


Rapaport D, Greenberg DS, Tal M, Yaffe D, Nudel U. Dp71, the nonmuscle product of the Duchenne muscular dystrophy gene is associated with the cell membrane. FEBS Letters [Internet]. 1993;328(1–2):197–202. Available from:


Tal M, Bennett GJ. Dextrorphan relieves neuropathic heat-evoked hyperalgesia in the rat. Neuroscience Letters [Internet]. 1993;151(1):107–10. Available from:


Lev-Tov A, Tal M, Lavy R. Diverse firing properties of single motor units in the inner and outer portions of the guinea pig anterior digastric muscle. Archives of Oral Biology [Internet]. 1993;38(2):169–78. Available from:


Efrat S, Leiser M, Surana M, Tal M, Fusco-Demane D, Fleischer N. Murine insulinoma cell line with normal glucose-regulated insulin secretion. Diabetes [Internet]. 1993;42(6):901–7. Available from:


Tal M, Wu YJ, Leiser M, Surana M, Lodish H, Fleischer N, et al. [Val12]HRAS downregulates GLUT2 in β cells of transgenic mice without affecting glucose homeostasis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1992;89(13):5744–8. Available from:


Tal M, Devor M. Ectopic discharge in injured nerves: comparison of trigeminal and somatic afferent. Brain Research [Internet]. 1992;579(1):148–51. Available from:


Tal M, Liang Y, Najafi H, Lodish HF, Matschinsky FM. Expression and function of GLUT-1 and GLUT-2 glucose transporter isoforms in cells of cultured rat pancreatic islets. Journal of Biological Chemistry [Internet]. 1992;267(24):17241–7. Available from:


Liang Y, Najafi H, Smith RM, Zimmerman EC, Magnuson MA, Tal M, et al. Concordant glucose induction of glucokinase, glucose usage, and glucose-stimulated insulin release in pancreatic islets maintained in organ culture. Diabetes [Internet]. 1992;41(7):792–806. Available from:


Tal M, Thorens B, Surana M, Fleischer N, Lodish HF, Hanahan D, et al. Glucose transporter isotypes switch in T-antigen-transformed pancreatic β cells growing in culture and in mice. Molecular and Cellular Biology [Internet]. 1992;12(1):422–32. Available from:


Tal M, Kahn BB, Lodish HF. Expression of the low Km GLUT-1 glucose transporter is turned on in perivenous hepatocytes of insulin-deficient diabetic rats. Endocrinology [Internet]. 1991;129(4):1933–41. Available from:


YAFFE A, TAL M, EHRLICH J. Effect of occlusal bite‐raising splint on electromyogram, motor unit histochemistry and myoneuronal dimensions in rats. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation [Internet]. 1991;18(4):343–51. Available from:


Tal M, Kahn BB, Lodish HF. Expression of the low KmGLUT-1 glucose transporter is turned on in perivenous hepatocytes of insulin-deficient diabetic rats. Endocrinology [Internet]. 1991;129(4):193–1941. Available from:


Tal M, Schneider DL, Thorens B, Lodish HF. Restricted expression of the erythroid/brain glucose transporter isoform to perivenous hepatocytes in rats: Modulation by glucose. Journal of Clinical Investigation [Internet]. 1990;86(3):986–92. Available from:


Tal M, Sharav Y. Masseter inhibitory periods and sensations upon electrical tooth-pulp stimulation in children and adults. Brain Research [Internet]. 1989;497(1):138–41. Available from:


Sharav Y, Tal M. Masseter inhibitory periods and sensations evoked by electrical tooth-pulp stimulation in subjects under hypnotic anesthesia. Brain Research [Internet]. 1989;479(2):247–54. Available from:


Seltzer Z, Tal M, Sharav Y. Autotomy behavior in rats following peripheral deafferentation is suppressed by daily injections of amitriptyline, diazepam and saline. Pain [Internet]. 1989;37(2):245–50. Available from:


Tal M, Josefberg Z, Wetzler M, Deutch A, Gutman M, Assaf D, et al. Sporadic Amplification of the HER2/neu Protooncogene in Adenocarcinomas of Various Tissues. Cancer Research [Internet]. 1988;48(6):1517–20. Available from:


Rotshenker S, Ring G, Tal M, Sugarman H, Reichert F. Regulation of motor axon sprouting. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1987;23(1–2):89–94. Available from:


Tal M. Neural basis for initiation of rhythmic digastric activity upon midbrain stimulation in the guinea pig. Brain Research [Internet]. 1987;411(1):58–64. Available from:


Tal M, King CR, Kraus MH, Ullrich A, Schlessinger J, Givol D. Human HER2 (neu) promoter: evidence for multiple mechanisms for transcriptional initiation. Molecular and cellular biology [Internet]. 1987;7(7):2597–601. Available from:


Lev-Tov A, Tal M. The organization and activity patterns of the anterior and posterior heads of the guinea pig digastric muscle. Journal of Neurophysiology [Internet]. 1987;58(3):496–509. Available from:


Chandler SH, Tal M. Brain-stem perturbations during cortically evoked rhythmical jaw movements: Effects of activation of brain-stem loci on jaw muscle cycle characteristics. Journal of Neuroscience [Internet]. 1987;7(2):463–72. Available from:


Chandler SH, Tal M. The effects of brain stem transections on the neuronal networks responsible for rhythmical jaw muscle activity in the guinea pig. Journal of Neuroscience [Internet]. 1986;6(6):1831–42. Available from:


Rotshenker S, Tal M. The transneuronal induction of sprouting and synapse formation in intact mouse muscles. The Journal of Physiology [Internet]. 1985;360(1):387–96. Available from:


Tal M, Sharav Y. Development of sensory and reflex responses to tooth-pulp stimulation in children. Archives of Oral Biology [Internet]. 1985;30(6):467–70. Available from:


Tal M, Rotshenker S. Sprouting and synapse formation produced by carbocaine. Journal of Neuroscience [Internet]. 1984;4(2):458–63. Available from:


Tal M. The threshold for eliciting the jaw opening reflex in rats is not increased by neonatal capsaicin. Behavioural Brain Research [Internet]. 1984;13(2):197–200. Available from:


RAJSTEIN J, TAL M. The effect of ultrasonic scaling on the surface of Class V amalgam restorations—a scanning electron microscopy study. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation [Internet]. 1984;11(3):299–305. Available from:


Tal M, Rotshenker S. Recycling of synaptic vesicles in motor nerve endings separated from their target muscle fibers. Brain Research [Internet]. 1983;270(1):131–3. Available from:


Goldberg LJ, Chandler SH, Tal M. Relationship between jaw movements and trigeminal motoneuron membrane-potential fluctuations during cortically induced rhythmical jaw movements in the guinea pig. Journal of Neurophysiology [Internet]. 1982;48(1):110–25. Available from:


Tal M. The effect of a long-acting local anaesthetic agent (Marcaine®) on the masticatory muscle in rats. International Journal of Oral Surgery [Internet]. 1982;11(2):101–5. Available from:


Tal M, Sharav Y, Devor M. Modulation of the jaw-opening reflex by peripheral electrical stimulation. Experimental Neurology [Internet]. 1981;74(3):907–19. Available from:


Tal M, Goldberg LJ. Masticatory muscle activity during rhythmic jaw movements in the anaesthetized guinea-pig. Archives of Oral Biology [Internet]. 1981;26(10):803–7. Available from:


Laufer B, Mayer I, Gedalia I, Deutsch D, Kaufman HW, Tal M. Fluoride-uptake and fluoride-residual of fluoride-treated human root dentine in vitro determined by chemical, scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction analyses. Archives of Oral Biology [Internet]. 1981;26(3):159–63. Available from:


Tal M. Representation of some masticatory muscles in the trigeminal motor nucleus of the guinea pig: Horseradish peroxidase study. Experimental Neurology [Internet]. 1980;70(3):726–30. Available from:


RAJSTEIN J, TAL M. A study of the contour and external surface of Class V composite resin fillings. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation [Internet]. 1979;6(1):21–5. Available from:


TAL M, KAUFMAN AY, BUCHNER A. Bone necrosis and dentine resorption caused by Toxavit: a case report. International Endodontic Journal [Internet]. 1978;11(2):77–9. Available from:


Goldberg LJ, Tal M. Intracellular recording in trigeminal motoneurons of the anesthetized guinea pig during rhythmic jaw movements. Experimental Neurology [Internet]. 1978;58(1):102–10. Available from:


Kaufman AY, Binderman I, Tal M, Gedalia I, Peretz G. New chemotherapeutic agent for root canal treatment. A preliminary electron microscopic study on an in vivo and in vitro endodontically treated tooth. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology [Internet]. 1978;46(2):283–95. Available from:


Kaufman AY, Tal M, Binderman I. Internal root resorption: Report of case with scanning electron microscopic study. Journal of Endodontics [Internet]. 1977;3(6):236–9. Available from:


Tal M, Oron M, Gedalia I, Ehrlich J. X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscope investigations of fluoride-treated dentine in man. Archives of Oral Biology [Internet]. 1976;21(5):285–90. Available from:


Ehrlich J, Hochman N, Gedalia I, Tal M. Residual Fluoride Concentrations and Scanning Electron Microscopic Examination of Root Surfaces of Human Teeth After Topical Application of Fluoride In Vivo. Journal of Dental Research [Internet]. 1975;54(4):897–900. Available from: