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The Faculty of Medicine - Immunology and Cancer Research: Brautbar Chaim


Last updated September 2023 -  Immunology and Cancer Research

List of Publications


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Cereb N, Israel S. Identification of 33 novel HLA alleles in Arab potential bone marrow donors. HLA [Internet]. 2020;95(2):128–30. Available from:


Bishara A, Halagan M, Brautbar C, Israel S, Maiers M, Madbouly A. High resolution HLA allele and haplotype frequencies for Arab donors in the Hadassah bone marrow donor registry. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2019;80(10):823–7. Available from:


Aboukaoud M, Israel S, Brautbar C, Eyal S. Genetic Basis of Delayed Hypersensitivity Reactions to Drugs in Jewish and Arab Populations. Pharmaceutical Research [Internet]. 2018;35(11). Available from:


Maggio N, Firer M, Zaid H, Bederovsky Y, Aboukaoud M, Gandelman-Marton R, et al. Causative Drugs of Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis in Israel. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology [Internet]. 2017;57(7):823–9. Available from:


Israel S, Maggio N, Ekstein D, Zaid H, Firer M, Bederovsky Y, et al. Genetic risk factors for antiepileptic drug–induced hypersensitivity reactions in Israeli populations. Epilepsia [Internet]. 2016;57(10):e205–9. Available from:


Fernandez Vina MA, Hollenbach JA, Lyke KE, Sztein MB, Maiers M, Klitz W, et al. Tracking human migrations by the analysis of the distribution of HLA alleles, lineages and haplotypes in closed and open populations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences [Internet]. 2012;367(1590):820–9. Available from:


Klitz W, Gragert L, Maiers M, Fernandez-Viña M, Ben-Naeh Y, Benedek G, et al. Genetic differentiation of Jewish populations. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 2010;76(6):442–58. Available from:


Benedek G, Paperna T, Avidan N, Lejbkowicz I, Oksenberg JR, Wang J, et al. Opposing effects of the HLA-DRB10301-DQB10201 haplotype on the risk for multiple sclerosis in diverse Arab populations in Israel. Genes and Immunity [Internet]. 2010;11(5):423–31. Available from:


Benedek G, Brautbar C, Vardi P, Sharon N, Weintrob N, Zung A, et al. Effect of polymorphism in insulin locus and HLA on type 1 diabetes in four ethnic groups in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 2009;73(1):33–8. Available from:


Gazit R, Hershko K, Ingbar A, Schlesinger M, Israel S, Brautbar C, et al. Immunological assessment of familial tinea corporis. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology [Internet]. 2008;22(7):871–4. Available from:


Thomson G, Valdes AM, Noble JA, Kockum I, Grote MN, Najman J, et al. Relative predispositional effects of HLA class II DRB1-DQB1 haplotypes and genotypes on type 1 diabetes: A meta-analysis. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 2007;70(2):110–27. Available from:


Israel S, Weinrib L, Weintrob N, Miller K, Brautbar C. Distribution of the V281L mutation of the CYP21 gene in Israeli congenital adrenal hyperplasia patients and its association with HLA-B14. Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews [Internet]. 2006;3(SUPPL. 3):447–50. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Zamir G, Eid A, Safadi R. Impact of HLA-C and Bw epitopes disparity on liver transplantation outcome. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2005;66(11):1099–105. Available from:


De Santis D, Bishara A, Witt CS, Nagler A, Brautbar C, Slavin S, et al. Natural killer cell HLA-C epitopes and killer cell immunoglobulin-like receptors both influence outcome of mismatched unrelated donor bone marrow transplants. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 2005;65(6):519–28. Available from:


Martínez-Borra J, Brautbar C, González S, Enk CD, López-Vázquez A, López-Larrea C. The region of 150 kb telometic to HLA-C is associated with psoriasis in the jewish population. Journal of Investigative Dermatology [Internet]. 2005;125(5):928–32. Available from:


Zung A, Elizur M, Weintrob N, Bistritzer T, Hanukoglu A, Zadik Z, et al. Type 1 diabetes in Jewish Ethiopian immigrants in Israel: HLA class II immunogenetics and contribution of new environment. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2004;65(12):1463–8. Available from:


Bishara A, De Santis D, Witt CC, Brautbar C, Christiansen FT, Or R, et al. The beneficial role of inhibitory KIR genes of HLA class I NK epitopes in haploidentically mismatched stem cell allografts may be masked by residual donor-alloreactive T cells causing GVHD. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 2004;63(3):204–11. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Eid A, Scherman L, Ilan Y, Safadi R. Is presensitization relevant to liver transplantation outcome? Human Immunology [Internet]. 2002;63(9):742–50. Available from:


Peled N, Amar A, Peled E, Brautbar C, Pillar G. DRB1*1502-DQB1*0601-DQA1*0103 and DRB1*04-DQB1*0302 in Jewish hypersomnolent patients. Sleep Medicine [Internet]. 2002;3(3):267–70. Available from:


Weintrob N, Israel S, Lazar L, Lilos P, Brautbar C, Phillip M, et al. Decreased cortisol secretion in nonclassical 21-hydroxylase deficiency before and during glucocorticoid therapy. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism [Internet]. 2002;15(7):985–91. Available from:


Bishara A, Mohana N, Nagler A, Brautbar C. Mechanisms of interactions between Natural Killer cells and fibroblasts in graft versus host disease. European Journal of Immunogenetics [Internet]. 2001;28(2):263. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Eid A, Sherman L, Safadi R. Killer inhibitory receptor mismatching and liver transplantation outcome. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 2001;33(6):2908. Available from:


Bishara A, Admon D, Sherman L, Brautbar C. Detection of anti-HLA antibodies by ELISA: Relevance to heart transplantation. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 2001;33(6):2909. Available from:


González S, Brautbar C, Martínez-Borra J, López-Vazquez A, Segal R, Blanco-Gelaz MA, et al. Polymorphism in MICA rather than HLA-B/C genes is associated with psoriatic arthritis in the Jewish population. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2001;62(6):632–8. Available from:


Klitz W, Brautbar C, Schito AM, Barcellos LF, Oksenberg JR. Evolution of the CCR5 δ32 mutation based on haplotype variation in Jewish and Northern European population samples. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2001;62(5):530–8. Available from:


Nagler A, Aker M, Or R, Naparstek E, Varadi G, Brautbar C, et al. Low-intensity conditioning is sufficient to ensure engraftment in matched unrelated bone marrow transplantation. Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 2001;29(3):362–70. Available from:


Kwon OJ, Brautbar C, Weintrob N, Sprecher E, Saphirman C, Bloch K, et al. Immunogenetics of HLA class II in Israeli Ashkenazi Jewish, Israeli non-Ashkenazi Jewish, and in Israeli Arab IDDM patients. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2001;62(1):85–91. Available from:


Hodak E, Lapidoth M, Kohn Y, David M, Brautbar C, Kfir B, et al. Mycosis fungoides: HLA class II associations among Ashkenazi and non-Ashkenazi Jewish patients. British Journal of Dermatology [Internet]. 2001;145(6):974–80. Available from:


Weintrob N, Sprecher E, Israel S, Pinhas-Hamiel O, Kwon OJ, Bloch K, et al. Type 1 diabetes environmental factors and correspondence analysis of HLA class II genes in the Yemenite Jewish community in Israel. Diabetes Care [Internet]. 2001;24(4):650–3. Available from:


Israel S, Brautbar C. A molecular method of diagnosi of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia. Harefuah [Internet]. 2000;139(11–12):429–33. Available from:


Tsafrir A, Brautbar C, Nagler A, Elchalal U, Miller K, Bishara A. Alloreactivity of umbilical cord blood mononuclear cells: Specific hyporesponse to noninherited maternal antigens. Human Immunology [Internet]. 2000;61(6):548–54. Available from:


Meir MB, Hadas-Halperin I, Fisher D, Rosenmann E, Brautbar C, Branski D, et al. Neonatal sclerosing cholangitis associated with autoimmune phenomena. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition [Internet]. 2000;30(3):332–4. Available from:


Levy J, Amar A, Brautbar C, Slavin S, Kapelushnik J. Transient recovery of endogenous immune function following haploidentical peripheral stem cell transplantation in a patient with severe combined immunodeficiency without evidence of engraftment. Acta Paediatrica, International Journal of Paediatrics [Internet]. 2000;89(2):248–50. Available from:


Elchalal U, Fasouliotis SJ, Shtockheim D, Brautbar C, Schenker JG, Weinstein D, et al. Postpartum umbilical cord blood collection for transplantation: A comparison of three methods. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology [Internet]. 2000;182(1 I):227–32. Available from:


Weintrob N, Brautbar C, Pertzelan A, Josefsberg Z, Dickerman Z, Kauschansky A, et al. Genotype-phenotype associations in non-classical steroid 21-hydroxylase deficiency. European Journal of Endocrinology [Internet]. 2000;143(3):397–403. Available from:


Hurley CK, Wade JA, Oudshoorn M, Middleton D, Kukuruga D, Navarrete C, et al. A special report: Histocompatibility testing guidelines for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation using volunteer donors. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1999;53(4 I):394–406. Available from:


Mora B, Battat S, Grillo R, Safirman C, Israel S, Brautbar C, et al. Strong linkage disequilibrium of TAP1*0301 and TAP2D alleles with the HLA A1-B35-DRB1*1104-DQA1*0103-DQB1*0603 extended haplotype in Ashkenazi Jews. European Journal of Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1999;26(5):331–5. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Cohen I, Nagler A. Positivity in a modified mixed leukocyte reaction test correlates with molecular HLA-C disparity in prediction of unrelated bone marrow transplantation outcome. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1999;60(9):833–9. Available from:


Amar A, Kwon OJ, Motro U, Witt CS, Bonne-Tamir B, Gabison R, et al. Molecular analysis of HLA class II polymorphisms among different ethnic groups in Israel. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1999;60(8):723–30. Available from:


Naparstek E, Delukina M, Or R, Nagler A, Kapelushnik J, Varadi G, et al. Engraftment of marrow allografts treated with Campath-1 monoclonal antibodies. Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 1999;27(7):1210–8. Available from:


Bishara A, Sherman L, Freidlander M, Eid A, Brautbar C. Comparison of ELISA QuickScreen and PRA-STAT with CDC-AHG for PRA determination. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 1999;31(4):1878. Available from:


Bishara A, Sherman L, Raizman S, Popovtzer M, Brautbar C. Negative response to noninherited maternal antigens confirmed by ELISA. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 1999;31(4):1879–80. Available from:


Gonzalez S, Martinez-Borra J, Torre-Alonso JC, Gonzalez-Roces S, Sanchez Del Río J, Rodriguez Pérez A, et al. The MICA-A9 triplet repeat polymorphism in the transmembrane region confers additional susceptibility to the development of psoriatic arthritis and is independent of the association of Cw*0602 in psoriasis. Arthritis and Rheumatism [Internet]. 1999;42(5):1010–6. Available from:


Karni A, Kohn Y, Safirman C, Abramsky O, Barcellos L, Oksenberg JR, et al. Evidence for the genetic role of human leukocyte antigens in low frequency DRB1*1501 multiple sclerosis patients in Israel. Multiple Sclerosis [Internet]. 1999;5(6):410–5. Available from:


Varadi G, Or R, Kapelushnik J, Naparstek E, Nagler A, Brautbar C, et al. Graft-versus-lymphoma effect after allogeneic peripheral blood stem cell transplantation for primary central nervous system lymphoma. Leukemia and Lymphoma [Internet]. 1999;34(1–2):185–90. Available from:


Shai R, Quismorio Jr. FP, Li L, Kwon OJ, Morrison J, Wallace DJ, et al. Genome-wide screen for systemic lupus erythematosus susceptibility genes in multiplex families. Human Molecular Genetics [Internet]. 1999;8(4):639–44. Available from:


Hurley CK, Wade JA, Oudshoorn M, Middleton D, Kukuruga D, Navarrete C, et al. A special report: Histocompatibility testing guidelines for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation using volunteer donors. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1999;60(4):347–60. Available from:


Amar A, Brautbar C, Motro U, Fisher T, Bonne-Tamir B, Israel S. Genetic variation of three tetrameric tandem repeats in four distinct Israeli ethnic groups. Journal of Forensic Sciences [Internet]. 1999;44(5):983–6. Available from:


Hurley CK, Wade JA, Oudshoorn M, Middleton D, Kukuruga D, Navarrete C, et al. Histocompatibility testing guidelines for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation using volunteer donors: Report from The World Marrow Donor Association. Bone Marrow Transplantation [Internet]. 1999;24(2):119–21. Available from:


Kwon OJ, Karni A, Israel S, Brautbar C, Amar A, Meiner Z, et al. HLA class II susceptibility to multiple sclerosis among Ashkenazi and non-Ashkenazi Jews. Archives of Neurology [Internet]. 1999;56(5):555–60. Available from:


Shinar Y, Pras E, Siev-Ner I, Gamus D, Brautbar C, Israel S, et al. Analysis of allelic association between D6S461 marker and multiple sclerosis in Ashkenazi and Iraqi Jewish patients. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience [Internet]. 1998;11(3):265–9. Available from:


Elkayam O, Levartovsky D, Brautbar C, Yaron M, Burke M, Vardinon N, et al. Clinical and immunological study of 7 patients with minocycline-induced autoimmune phenomena. American Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 1998;105(6):484–7. Available from:


Israel S, Kwon OJ, Weintrob N, Sprecher E, Bloch K, Assa S, et al. Hla class II immunogenetics of IDDM in Yemenite Jews. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1998;59(11):728–33. Available from:


Nagler A, Bishara A, Brautbar C, Barak V. Dysregulation of inflammatory cytokines in unrelated bone marrow transplantation. Cytokines, Cellular and Molecular Therapy [Internet]. 1998;4(3):161–7. Available from:


Frucht-Pery J, Siganos CS, Solomon A, Scheman L, Brautbar C, Zauberman H. Limbal cell autograft transplantation for severe ocular surface disorders. Graefe’s Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology [Internet]. 1998;236(8):582–7. Available from:


Bishara A, Aker M, Amar A, Brautbar C, Schlesinger M, Rabinowitz R, et al. Enhanced lymphoid cell recovery after bone marrow transplantation: Correlation with the presence of costimulatory antibodies in serum. Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 1998;26(7):580–7. Available from:


Bishara A, Malka R, Brautbar C, Barak V, Cohen I, Kedar E. Cytokine production in human mixed leukocyte reactions performed in serum-free media. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1998;215(1–2):187–90. Available from:


Mehrian R, Quismorio Jr. FP, Strassmann G, Stimmler MM, Horwitz DA, Kitridou RC, et al. Synergistic effect between IL-10 and bcl-2 genotypes in determining susceptibility to systemic lupus erythematosus. Arthritis and Rheumatism [Internet]. 1998;41(4):596–602. Available from:


Bishara A, Nagler A, Brautbar C. Cellular test used to determine compatibility between bone marrow donor and recipient in HLA in identical twins. Harefuah [Internet]. 1998;134(6):471–6. Available from:


Slavin S, Nagler A, Naparstek E, Kapelushnik Y, Aker M, Cividalli G, et al. Nonmyeloablative stem cell transplantation and cell therapy as an alternative to conventional bone marrow transplantation with lethal cytoreduction for the treatment of malignant and nonmalignant hematologic diseases. Blood [Internet]. 1998;91(3):756–63. Available from:


Kauschansky A, Frydman M, Assa S, Kwon OJ, Israel S, Lazard D, et al. D-penicillamine-induced pancreatic islet autoantibody production is independent of the immunogenetic background: A lesson from patients with Wilson’s disease. Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology [Internet]. 1998;89(3):279–83. Available from:


Freier S, Kerem E, Dranitzki Z, Schlesinger M, Rabinowitz R, Brautbar C, et al. Hereditary CD4+ T lymphocytopenia. Archives of Disease in Childhood [Internet]. 1998;78(4):371–2. Available from:


Or R, Ackerstein A, Nagler A, Amar A, Naparstek E, Varadi G, et al. Allogeneic cell-mediated and cytokine-activated immunotherapy for malignant lymphoma at the stage of minimal residual disease after autologous stem cell transplantation. Journal of Immunotherapy [Internet]. 1998;21(6):447–53. Available from:


Amar A, Segman RH, Shtrussberg S, Sherman L, Safirman C, Lerer B, et al. An association between clozapine-induced agranulocytosis in schizophrenics and HLA-DQB1*0201. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology [Internet]. 1998;1(1):41–4. Available from:


Frucht-Pery J, Siganos CS, Solomon A, Brautbar C, Zauberman H. Conjunctival limbal cell transplantation [clct] for ocular surface disorders. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science [Internet]. 1997;38(4):S394. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Cohen J, Naglar A. Prediction of transplant related complications post unrelated bone marrow transplantation (bmt) by modified mixed leukocyte culture (mlr) assay. Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 1997;25(8):823. Available from:


Del Carmen Theiler G, Vilches C, Battat S, Brautbar C, Gebuhrer L, Papasteriades C, et al. HLA-B35 alleles in 282 individuals from nine different populations of Europe and Israel. Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1997;46(6):524–8. Available from:


Bishara A, Sherman L, Brautbar C, Claas F, Friedlander M, Rubinger D, et al. Pretransplant crossmatching: An individualized process. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 1997;29(6):2708–10. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Nagler A. HLA and graft-versus-host disease: A population-based study of HLA phenotypes of Jewish and Arabic bone marrow transplanted patients in Israel. Leukemia Research [Internet]. 1997;21(2):111–8. Available from:


Karni A, Zisman E, Katz-Levy Y, Paas-Rozner M, Dayan M, Brautbar C, et al. Reactivity of T cells from seronegative patients with myasthenia gravis to T cell epitopes of the human acetylcholine receptor. Neurology [Internet]. 1997;48(6):1638–42. Available from:


Israel S, Smith AG, Miller K, Marashi A, Hansen JA, Brautbar C. Two new DR2 alleles: DRB1*1607 identified in an Ashkenazi Jewish family and DRB1*15022 found in a single Caucasian donor. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1997;49(2):173–5. Available from:


Yinnon AM, Rudensky B, Sagi E, Breuer G, Brautbar C, Polacheck I, et al. Invasive cryptococcosis in a family with epidermodysplasia verruciformis and idiopathic CD4 cell depletion. Clinical Infectious Diseases [Internet]. 1997;25(5):1252–3. Available from:


Nagler A, Brautbar C, Slavin S, Bishara A. Bone marrow transplantation using unrelated and family related donors: The impact of HLA-C disparity. Bone Marrow Transplantation [Internet]. 1996;18(5):891–7. Available from:


Friedlaender MM, Azem O, Rubinger D, Brautbar C. Effect of human recombinant erythropoietin therapy on panel reactive antibodies in chronic dialysis patients. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1996;32(9):730–6. Available from:


Zisman E, Katz-Levy Y, Dayan M, Kirshner SL, Paas-Rozner M, Karni A, et al. Peptide analogs to pathogenic epitopes of the human acetylcholine receptor a subunit as potential modulators of myasthenia gravis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1996;93(9):4492–7. Available from:


Slavin S, Naparstek E, Nagler A, Ackerstein A, Samuel S, Kapelushnik J, et al. Allogeneic cell therapy with donor peripheral blood cells and recombinant human interleukin-2 to treat leukemia relapse after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Blood [Internet]. 1996;87(6):2195–204. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Nagler A. Interaction between natural killer (NK) cells and the major histocompatibility system. Harefuah [Internet]. 1996;130(5):322–6. Available from:


Bishara A, Amar A, Brautbar C, Condiotti R, Lazarovitz V, Nagler A. The putative role of HLA-C recognition in graft versus host disease (GVHD) and graft rejection after unrelated bone marrow transplantation (BMT). Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 1995;23(14):1667–75. Available from:


Frisan T, Sjöberg J, Dolcetti R, Boiocchi M, De Re V, Carbone A, et al. Local suppression of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-specific cytotoxicity in biopsies of EBV-positive Hodgkin’s disease. Blood [Internet]. 1995;86(4):1493–501. Available from:


Elchalal U, Shushan A, Brautbar C, Peleg D, Vardi G, Schenker JG, et al. Human umbilical cord blood as a source of hematopoietic progenitor cells for transplantations. Harefuah [Internet]. 1995;128(12):776–80. Available from:


Gofrit O, Eid A, Friedlander M, Rubinger D, Brautbar C, Shiloni E, et al. Kidney transplantation from living, related donors. Harefuah [Internet]. 1995;128(4):201–4, 264. Available from:


Varadi G, Elchalal U, Brautbar C, Nagler A. Human umbilical cord blood for hematopoietic progenitor cells transplantation. Leukemia and Lymphoma [Internet]. 1995;20(1–2):51–8. Available from:


Kwon OJ, Peled N, Miller K, Pillar G, Peled R, Lavie P, et al. HLA class II analysis in Jewish Israeli narcoleptic patients. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1995;44(4):199–202. Available from:


Zisman E, Brautbar C, Sela M, Abramsky O, Battat S, Kirshner SL, et al. Binding of peptides of the human acetylcholine receptor α-subunit to HLA class II of patients with myasthenia gravis. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1995;44(3):121–30. Available from:


Vardy DA, Klapholz L, Brautbar C, Tambur AR, Pisanty S, Rosenmann E, et al. Castleman’s disease associated pemphigus. A form of paraneoplastic pemphigus. Journal of the Eur Acad of Dermato Venereol [Internet]. 1995;4(3):273–9. Available from:


Rave-Harel N, Madgar I, Goshen R, Nissim-Rafinia M, Ziadni A, Rahat A, et al. CFTR haplotype analysis reveals genetic heterogeneity in the etiology of congenital bilateral aplasia of the vas deferens. American Journal of Human Genetics [Internet]. 1995;56(6):1359–66. Available from:


Roitberg‐Tambur A, Witt CS, Friedmann A, Safirman C, Sherman L, Battat S, et al. Comparative analysis of HLA polymorphism at the serologic and molecular level in Moroccan and Ashkenazi Jews. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1995;46(2):104–10. Available from:


Evron E, Brautbar C, Becker S, Fenakel G, Abend Y, Sthoeger Z, et al. Correlation between gold‐induced enterocolitis and the presence of the HLA‐DRB 1*0404 allele. Arthritis & Rheumatism [Internet]. 1995;38(6):755–9. Available from:


Naparstek E, Or R, Nagler A, Cividalli G, Engelhard D, Aker M, et al. T‐cell‐depleted allogeneic bone marrow transplantation for acute leukaemia using Campath‐1 antibodies and post‐transplant administration of donor’s peripheral blood lymphocytes for prevention of relapse. British Journal of Haematology [Internet]. 1995;89(3):506–15. Available from:


Matzner Y, Erlich HA, Brautbar C, Sanilevitch A, Landau M, Brenner S, et al. Identical HLA class II alleles predispose to drug-triggered and idiopathic pemphigus vulgaris. Acta Dermato-Venereologica [Internet]. 1995;75(1):12–4. Available from:


Lewin N, Avila‐Cariño J, Minarovits J, Lennette E, Brautbar C, Mellstedt H, et al. Detection of two epstein‐barr‐virus (EBV)‐carrying leukemic cell clones in a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). International Journal of Cancer [Internet]. 1995;61(2):159–64. Available from:


Engelhard D, Elishoov H, Or R, Naparstek E, Nagler A, Strauss N, et al. Cytosine arabinoside as a major risk factor for Streptococcus viridans septicemia following bone marrow transplantation: A 5-year prospective study. Bone Marrow Transplantation [Internet]. 1995;16(4):565–70. Available from:


Brautbar C, Safirman C, Roitberg-Tambur A. HLA polymorphism at the molecular level and its role in organ and bone marrow transplantation. Harefuah [Internet]. 1994;126(12):737–42. Available from:


Fridkis-Hareli M, Teitelbaum D, Gurevich E, Pecht I, Brautbar C, Kwon OJ, et al. Direct binding of myelin basic protein and synthetic copolymer 1 to class II major histocompatibility complex molecules on living antigen-presenting cells-specificity and promiscuity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1994;91(11):4872–6. Available from:


Segal R, Elkayam O, Caspi D, Brautbar C, Yaron M. Familial presentation of Early osteoarthritis with a HLA-DR association. Clinical Rheumatology [Internet]. 1994;13(1):139–41. Available from:


Nagler A, Naparstek E, Drakos P, Brautbar C, Goldman M, Kaplan O, et al. Interleukin-3 in combination with granulocyte-macrophage-colony-stimulating factor following bone marrow transplantation in a radiation accident victim. Medical Oncology [Internet]. 1994;11(1):27–8. Available from:


Shapira L, Smidt A, Van Dyke TE, Barak V, Soskolne AW, Brautbar C, et al. Sequential manifestation of different forms of early-onset periodontitis. A case report. Journal of periodontology [Internet]. 1994;65(6):631–5. Available from:


Roitberg-Tambur A, Friedmann A, Witt CS, Eisenberg S, Aubrey Soskolne W, Shapira L, et al. HLA polymorphism in Moroccan Jewry. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1994;40(1):61–7. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Nagler A, Slavin S, Leshem B, Cohen I, et al. Prediction by a modified mixed leukocyte reaction assay of graft-versus-host disease and graft rejection after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Transplantation [Internet]. 1994;57(10):1474. Available from:


Smith AG, Safirman C, Kelso C, Amar A, Hansen JA, Brautbar C. Two new DR52‐associated alleles, DRB1*1111 and *1312, identified by PCR/SSOP and confirmed by DNA sequencing. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1994;44(1):52–6. Available from:


Roitberg-Tambur A, Friedmann A, Tzfoni EE, Battat S, Hammo RB, Safirman C, et al. Do specific pockets of HLA-C molecules predispose Jewish patients to psoriasis vulgaris? Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology [Internet]. 1994;31(6):964–8. Available from:


González-Roces S, Brautbar C, Peña M, Dominguez O, Coto E, Alvarez V, et al. Molecular analysis of HLA-B27 haplotypes in caucasoids frequencies of B27-Cw in jewish and spanish populations. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1994;41(2):127–34. Available from:


Amar A, Battat S, Anteby SO, Brautbar C, Reubinoff BE. INVASIVE SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA OF THE CERVIX: IS HLA‐DQ A DISEASE MARKER IN JEWISH PATIENTS? International Journal of Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1993;20(5):327–33. Available from:


Friedmann A, Brautbar C. Immune response genes and autoimmune diseases. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1993;29(2–3):145–50. Available from:


Eilam O, Goldin E, Shouval D, Gimon T, Brautbar C. Sclerosing cholangitis associated with Crohn’s disease and autoimmune haemolytic anaemia. Postgraduate Medical Journal [Internet]. 1993;69(814):656–8. Available from:


Roitberg-Tambur A, Friedmann A, Safirman C, Markitziu A, Ben-Chetrit E, Rubinow A, et al. Molecular analysis of HLA class II genes in primary sjögren’s syndrome. A study of Israeli Jewish and Greek Non-Jewish patients. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1993;36(4):235–42. Available from:


Bishara A, Kedar E, Leshem B, Slavin S, Cohen I, Brautbar C. A 2‐DAY MLR PROCEDURE FOR MARROW DONOR SELECTION FOR ALLOGENEIC BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION. International Journal of Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1993;20(4):289–92. Available from:


Amar A, Brautbar C, Goldin E, Sherman L, Barmeir S, Shouval D, et al. SEROLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF HLA IN ISRAELI PRIMARY SCLEROSING CHOLANGITIS PATIENTS. International Journal of Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1992;19(5):295–302. Available from:


Meiner Z, Zlotogorski A, Brautbar C. Pemphigus associated with multiple sclerosis. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology [Internet]. 1992;17(3):217–217. Available from:


Friedlaender MM, Avitzor M, Ayalon A, Berlatzki Y, Brautbar C, Darmon D, et al. Kidney transplantation in Jerusalem, 1972-89. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1992;28(1):1–8. Available from:


Foldes J, Shamir S, Brautbar C, Schermann L, Menczel J. HLA-D antigens and Paget’s disease of bone. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research [Internet]. 1991;266:301–3. Available from:


Elkayam O, Caspi D, Segal R, Brautbar C, Ben‐Chetrit E, Yaron M. Familial Erythema Nodosum. Arthritis & Rheumatism [Internet]. 1991;34(9):1177–9. Available from:


Fernandez-Viña MA, Gao X, Moraes ME, Moraes JR, Salatiel I, Miller S, et al. Alleles at four HLA class II loci determined by oligonucleotide hybridization and their associations in five ethnic groups. Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1991;34(5):299–312. Available from:


Gao X, Stastny P, Brautbar C, Naparstek Y, Gazit E, Livneh A, et al. A variant of HLA–DR4 determines susceptibility to rheumatoid arthritis in a subset of Israeli Jews. Arthritis & Rheumatism [Internet]. 1991;34(5):547–51. Available from:


Elkayam O, Zinger H, Zisman E, Segal R, Yaron M, Brautbar C, et al. Regulatory T cell activity specific to human type II and III collagens in rheumatoid arthritis. Journal of Rheumatology [Internet]. 1991;18(4):516–21. Available from:


Bishara A, Kedar E, Leshem B, Rosenkovitch E, Brautbar C. A short human and mouse mlr assay utilizing lymphokine (Il-2, il-3) secretion as an early activation event. Transplantation [Internet]. 1991;51(5):1104–9. Available from:


Roitberg-Tambur A, Brautbar C, Markitziu A, Ben-Chetrit E, Rubinow A, Friedmann A. Immunogenetics of HLA class II genes in primary Sjogren’s syndrome in Israeli Jewish patients. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1990;26(12):677–81. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C. Detection and identification of HLA antigens in dried spleens by means of enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Forensic Science International [Internet]. 1990;45(1–2):97–105. Available from:


Zlotogorski A, Weinrauch L, Brautbar C. Familial alopecia areata: No linkage with HLA. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1990;36(1):40–1. Available from:


Bishara A, Sharon R, Kohn G, Nelken D, Brautbar C. Determination of surface bound and shed HLA antigens of amniotic cells by ELISA. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1990;26(1):34–8. Available from:


Scharf SJ, Freidmann A, Steinman L, Brautbar C, Erlich HA. Erratum: Specific HLA-DQB and HLA-DRB1 alleles confer susceptibility to pemphigus vulgaris (Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (86, 6215-6219)). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1989;86(24):10023. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C. A sensitive and specific ELISA using monoclonal capture antibodies for the detection of HLA antigens in blood stains. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1989;120(1):99–103. Available from:


Tzfoni E, Brautbar C, Friedman A. Pemphigus vulgaris immunogenetics. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology [Internet]. 1989;21(3):594. Available from:


Slavin S, Naparstek E, Aker M, Cividalli G, Engelhard D, Hardan Y, et al. The use of total lymphoid irradiation (TLI) for prevention of rejection of T-lymphocyte depleted bone marrow allografts in non-malignant hematological disorders. Transplantation Proceedings [Internet]. 1989;21(1 III):3053–4. Available from:


Scharf SJ, Freidmann A, Steinman L, Brautbar C, Erlich HA. Specific HLA-DQB and HLA-DRB1 alleles confer susceptibility to pemphigus vulgaris. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1989;86(16):6215–9. Available from:


Or R, Naparstek E, Aker M, Cividalli G, Engelhard D, Brautbar C, et al. Bone marrow transplantation with T-cell depleted allografts for the treatment of severe beta thalassemia major. Progress in clinical and biological research [Internet]. 1989;309:217–22. Available from:


Segal R, Dayan M, Epstein N, Zecler E, Peller S, Michalevitch R, et al. Common variable immunodeficiency: A family study and therapeutic trial with cimetidine. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology [Internet]. 1989;84(5 PART 1):753–61. Available from:


Leshem B, Cohen I, Sherman L, Brautbar C, Kedar E. Typing of HLA class II and class I antigens using PHA-activated, IL-2-propagated T lymphocytes. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1988;111(1):131–5. Available from:


Bishara SA, Bishara AH, Brautbar C. Zonal variation of HLA expression on human cornea epithelium. Cornea [Internet]. 1988;7(4):252–6. Available from:


Brocke S, Brautbar C, Steinman L, Abramsky O, Rothbard J, Neumann D, et al. In vitro proliferative responses and antibody titers specific to human acetylcholine receptor synthetic peptides in patient with myasthenia gravis and relation to HLA class II genes. Journal of Clinical Investigation [Internet]. 1988;82(6):1894–900. Available from:


Sinha AA, Brautbar C, Szafer F, Friedmann A, Tzfoni E, Todd JA, et al. A newly characterized HLA DQβ allele associated with pemphigus vulgaris. Science [Internet]. 1988;239(4843):1026–9. Available from:


Bishara A, Nelken D, Brautbar C. Differential Expression of HLA Class-I Antigens on B and T Lymphocytes Obtained from Human Lymphoid Tissues. Immunobiology [Internet]. 1988;177(1):76–81. Available from:


Torsteinsdottir S, Brautbar C, Klein G, Klein E, Masucci MG. Differential expression of hla antigen of HLA anigens on human B‐cell lines of normal and malignant origin: A consequence of immune surveillance or a phenotypic vestige of the progenitor cells? International Journal of Cancer [Internet]. 1988;41(6):913–9. Available from:


Friedlaender MM, Rubinger D, Popovitzer MM, Berlatski Y, Silver J, Brautbar C. Successful HLA-A, B, C, DR and DQ-identical sibling kidney transplantation with mixed lymphocyte culture reactivity and positive B-cell cross-match. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1988;24(2):119–22. Available from:


Amar A, Zohar M, Tiwari J, Brautbar C. HLA and schizophrenia in Israel. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1988;24(1):28–31. Available from:


Tomer Y, Zamir R, Brautbar C, Pinkhas J, Weinberger A. HLA antigens in patients with Heberden’s nodes. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1988;24(1):24–7. Available from:


Wilner A, Steinman L, Lavie P, Peled R, Friedmann A, Brautbar C. Narcolepsy-cataplexy in Israeli Jews is associated exclusively with the HLA DR2 haplotype A study at the serological and genomic level. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1988;21(1):15–22. Available from:


Slavin S, Or R, Cividalli G, Brautbar C, Hale G, Waldmann H, et al. Bone marrow transplantation in beta-thalassemia major with prevention of graft-vs-host disease. Birth defects original article series [Internet]. 1988;23(5 B):313–6. Available from:


OKSENBERG JR, MOR‐YOSEF S, EZRA Y, BRAUTBAR C. Antigen Presenting Cells in Human Decidual Tissue: III. Role of Accessory Cells in the Activation of Suppressor Cells. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology [Internet]. 1988;16(4):151–8. Available from:


Mozes E, Mendlovic S, Bentwich Z, Brautbar C, Shoenfeld Y. T-cell-helper factors in autoimmunity. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1988;24(7):355–8. Available from:


Scharf SJ, Friedmann A, Brautbar C, Szafer F, Steinman L, Horn G, et al. HLA class II allelic variation and susceptibility to pemphigus vulgaris. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1988;85(10):3504–8. Available from:


Masucci MG, Torsteindottir S, Colombani J, Brautbar C, Klein E, Klein G. Down-regulation of class I HLA antigens and of the Epstein-Barr virus-encoded latent membrane protein in Burkitt lymphoma lines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1987;84(13):4567–71. Available from:


Milwidsky A, Hurwitz A, Nubani N, Palti Z, Adoni A, Brautbar C. Absence of HLA linkage in familial hypogonadotropic hypogonadism. Journal of Reproductive Medicine for the Obstetrician and Gynecologist [Internet]. 1987;32(2):96–8. Available from:


Chajek-Shaul T, Pisanty S, Knobler H, Matzner Y, Glick M, Ron N, et al. HLA-B51 may serve as an immunogenetic marker for a subgroup of patients with Behcet’s syndrome. The American Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 1987;83(4):666–72. Available from:


Tishler M, Brautbar C, Battat S, Dayan M, Mozes E. Analysis of the antigen specific helper T cell function and HLA‐DR of Israeli patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1987;30(5):229–34. Available from:


Katz J, Goultschin J, Benoliel R, Brautbar C. Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) DR4. Positive association with rapidly progressing periodontitis. Journal of periodontology [Internet]. 1987;58(9):607–10. Available from:


Cohen N, Mickelson E, Amar A, Battat S, Hansen JA, Brautbar C. HLA-Dw clusters associated with DR4 in Israeli Jews and the definition of a new DR4 associated Dw subtype: Dw"SHA". Human Immunology [Internet]. 1987;19(3):179–88. Available from:


BISHARA A, OKSENBERG JR, FRANKEL G, MARGALIOTH EIJ, PERSITZ E, NELKEN D, et al. Human Leukocyte Antigens (HLA) Class I and Class II on Sperm Cells Studied at the Serological, Cellular, and Genomic Levels. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology [Internet]. 1987;13(4):97–103. Available from:


Szafer F, Brautbar C, Tzfoni E, Frankel G, Sherman L, Cohen I, et al. Detection of disease-specific restriction fragment length polymorphisms in pemphigus vulgaris linked to the DQw1 and DQw3 alleles of the HLA-D region. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1987;84(18):6542–5. Available from:


Torsteinsdottir S, Masucci MG, Ehlin-Henriksson B, Brautbar C, Ben Bassat H, Klein G, et al. Differentiation-dependent sensitivity of human B-cell-derived lines to major histocompatibility complex-restricted T-cell cytotoxicity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1986;83(15):5620–4. Available from:


Brautbar C, Mukamel M, Yaron M, Naparstek Y, Korman SH, Amar A, et al. Immunogenetics of juvenile chronic arthritis in Israel. Journal of Rheumatology [Internet]. 1986;13(6):1072–5. Available from:


Tishler M, Brautbar C, Yaron M, Dayan M, Mozes E. Association between HLA-DR4 and production of collagen-specific antibodies in Israeli patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1986;22(11):771–3. Available from:


Segal R, Brautbar C, Katz D, Shalev Y, Bentwich Z, Mozes E. Analysis of antigen specific T cell helper function in the first degree relatives of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1986;66(1):52–60. Available from:


Shalev Y, Bentwich Z, Katz D, Brautbar C, Mozes E. Antigen specific immune response potential and HLA typing of Israeli patients with thyroid autoimmune diseases (TAD). Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1986;64(2):255–60. Available from:


Cohen N, Friedmann A, Szafer F, Amar A, Cohen D, Brautbar C. Polymorphism of the HLA DR1 haplotype in the Israeli population investigated at the serological, cellular, and genomic levels. Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1986;23(4):252–9. Available from:


Torsteinsdottir S, Masucci MG, Brautbar C, Lenoir G, Klein G, Klein E. Differential recognition of tumor-derived and in vitro Epstein-Barr virus-transformed B-cell lines by fetal calf serum-specific T4-positive cytotoxic T-lymphocyte clones. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1986;98(2):453–66. Available from:


Cohen N, Brautbar C, Font MP, Dausset J, Cohen D. HLA-DR2-associated Dw subtypes correlate with RFLP clusters: most DR2 IDDM patients belong to one of these clusters. Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1986;23(2):84–9. Available from:


Katz D, Suez D, Brautbar C, Cohen T, Bentwich Z, Mozes E. Genetic control of HLA-linked immune responsiveness to (H,G)-AL. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1986;15(1):75–84. Available from:


Persitz E, Oksenberg J, Brautbar C. The HLA system and habitual spontaneous abortions. Harefuah [Internet]. 1986;110(1):33–6. Available from:


OKSENBERG JR, MOR‐YOSEF S, PERSITZ E, SCHENKER Y, MOZES E, BRAUTBAR C. Antigen‐Presenting Cells in Human Decidual Tissue. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology [Internet]. 1986;11(3):82–8. Available from:


Brautbar C, Naparstek Y, Yaron M, Amar A, Ehrenfeld M, Eliakim M, et al. Immunogenetics of rheumatoid arthritis in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1986;28(1):8–14. Available from:


OKSENBERG JR, BRAUTBAR C. In Vitro Suppression of Murine Blastocysts Growth by Sera From Women With Reproductive Disorders. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology [Internet]. 1986;11(4):118–24. Available from:


Ben-Chetrit E, Brautbar C, Rubinow A. HLA antigens in Reiter’s syndrome in Israeli patients. Journal of Rheumatology [Internet]. 1985;12(5):964–6. Available from:


Shalev Y, Bentwich Z, Katz D, Brautbar C, Mozes E. (T,G)-A-L specific immune response potential and HLA typing of Israeli patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1985;60(2):355–62. Available from:


OKSENBERG JR, PERSITZ E, BRAUTBAR C. Cellular Immunity in Human Milk. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology and Microbiology [Internet]. 1985;8(4):125–9. Available from:


Hurwitz A, Brautbar C, Milwidsky A, Vecsei P, Milewicz A, Navot D, et al. Combined 21- and 11β-hydroxylase deficiency in familial congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism [Internet]. 1985;60(4):631–8. Available from:


Suez D, Katz D, Brautbar C, Cohen T, Weisman Z, Bentwich Z, et al. HLA-linked immune responsiveness to (T,G)-A-L: A family study. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1985;13(4):219–34. Available from:


Persitz E, Oksenberg JR, Margalioth EJ, Hacohen S, Schenker J, Brautbar C. Histoincompatibility in couples with unexplained infertility. Fertility and Sterility [Internet]. 1985;43(5):733–8. Available from:


Slavin S, Or R, Weiss L, Steiner-Zalz D, Cividalli G, Brautbar C, et al. Elimination of graft versus host disease in matched allogeneic leukemic transplant recipients using CAMPATH-1. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1985;186:813–8. Available from:


Karp M, Kott E, Shapira M, Assa S, Brautbar C, Gurewitz R, et al. Unusual association of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus with congenital myasthenia gravis and autoimmune thyroid disease. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1984;20(11):1078–81. Available from:


Torsteinsdottir S, Masucci MG, Szigeti R, Bishara A, Brautbar C, Klein G, et al. T lymphocyte culture established by repeated stimulation with the autologous lymphoblastoid line. MHC class II restricted interactions with B blasts. Molecular Biology and Medicine [Internet]. 1984;2(4):285–99. Available from:


Waldmann H, Hale G, Cividalli G, Weshler Z, Manor D, Rachmilewitz EA, et al. ELIMINATION OF GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE BY IN-VITRO DEPLETION OF ALLOREACTIVE LYMPHOCYTES WITH A MONOCLONAL RAT ANTI-HUMAN LYMPHOCYTE ANTIBODY (CAMPATH-1). The Lancet [Internet]. 1984;324(8401):483–6. Available from:


Friedlaender MM, Rubinger D, Silver J, Brautbar C, Durst AL, Czaczkes JW, et al. Ethnic differences in kidney graft survival. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1984;20(3):186–90. Available from:


Oksenberg JR, Persitz E, Amar A, Schenker J, Segal S, Nelken D, et al. Mixed lymphocyte reactivity nonresponsiveness in couples with multiple spontaneous abortions. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey [Internet]. 1984;39(3):165–7. Available from:


Amar A, Mickelson E, Hansen JA, Shalev Y, Brautbar C. HLA-Dw"SHY": A new lymphocyte defined specificity associated with HLA-DRw10. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1984;11(3):143–9. Available from:


Amar A, Rubinstein N, Cohen O, Hacham‐Zadeh S, Cohen T, Brautbar C. HLA determinants in psoriasis vulgaris in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(4):247–9. Available from:


Levene C, Steinberg AG, Friedlander Y, Brautbar C, Cohen T. Genetic polymorphisms among Bukharan and Georgian Jews in Israel. American Journal of Medical Genetics [Internet]. 1984;19(4):623–41. Available from:


Dahan S, Slater PE, Cooper M, Brautbar C, Ashkenazi A. Coeliac disease in the Rehovot-Ashdod region of Israel: Incidence and ethnic distribution. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health [Internet]. 1984;38(1):58–60. Available from:


AMAR A, RUBINSTEIN N, HACHAM‐ZADEH S, COHEN O, COHEN T, BRAUTBAR C. Is predisposition to pemphigus vulgaris in Jewish patients mediated by HLA‐Dw10 and DR4? Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;23(1):17–22. Available from:


BRAUTBAR C, ZLOTOGORA J, LAUFER N, COHEN T, ALBERT ED. Do identical HLA‐DR3 genes convey susceptibility to celiac disease and insulin dependent diabetes mellitus? Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;23(1):58–60. Available from:


BISHARA A, NELKEN D, BONAVIDA B, BRAUTBAR C. Enzyme‐linked immunosorbent assay for determination of HLA: gene dose effect. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;23(5):284–9. Available from:


Oksenberg JR, Persitz E, Amar A, Brautbar C. Maternal-paternal histocompatibility: Lack of association with habitual abortions. Fertility and Sterility [Internet]. 1984;42(3):389–95. Available from:


Cohen N, Amar A, Oksenberg JR, Brautbar C. HLA‐D clusters associated with DR2 and the definition of HLA‐D“AZH”: a new DR2 related HLA‐D specificity in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(1):1–9. Available from:


Mickelson E, Brautbar C, Nisperos B, Cohen N, Amar A, Kim SJ, et al. HLA‐DR2 and DR4 further defined by two new HLA‐D specificities (HTC) derived from Israeli Jewish donors: comparative study in Caucasian, Korean, Eskimo and Israeli populations. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(3):197–205. Available from:


Cohen N, Amar A, Brautbar C. Definition of a new DR2 short associated HLA‐D specificity with the Ninth Histocompatibility Workshop reagents. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(3):184–6. Available from:


Schlesinger M, Ilfeld DN, Zamir R, Brautbar C. Familial Mediterranean fever: no linkage with HLA. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(1):65–6. Available from:


Cohen N, Shaw S, Amar A, Oksenberg J, Brautbar C. HLA‐linked SB antigens in Israel: Population study, analysis of homozygous typing cells and generation of local SB reagents. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1984;24(2):113–20. Available from:


Naparstek Y, Abrahamov A, Cohen T, Brautbar C. Familial hereditary thrombocytopenia and HLA. American Journal of Hematology [Internet]. 1984;17(2):113–6. Available from:


Bishara A, Brautbar C, Marbach A, Bonavida B, Nelken D. Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for HLA determination on fresh and dried lymphocytes. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1983;62(2):265–71. Available from:


Naparstek E, Amar A, Brautbar C. Suppression of mixed lymphocyte reactivity by cellular and humoral factors in aplastic anemia―both before and after bone marrow transplantation. Transplantation [Internet]. 1983;36(4):365–9. Available from:


Wernet P, Shaw S, Brautbar C, Westphal E, Pawelec G. SB Types of HLA-D homozygous typing cells. Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1983;18(5):547–51. Available from:


Katz D, Brautbar C, Bentwich Z, Mozes E. Genetically regulated human (T,G)-AL specific helper T cell replacing factors possess HLA-DR and Vh determinants. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1983;7(4):217–27. Available from:


Plesser YM, Markson Y, Weiss DW, Brautbar C, Doljanski F. Shedding of histocompatibility and blood group antigenic determinants from human epithelial cells and fibroblasts in culture. Cellular and Molecular Biology [Internet]. 1983;29(3):227–36. Available from:


Brautbar C, Yehuda O, Eisenberg S, Cohen N, Amar A, Sharon R, et al. Study of a family with Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis: No HLA linkage, but an informative recombination between HLA—B and Bf. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1983;21(3):233–7. Available from:


Oksenberg J, Amar A, Cohen N, Grosse‐Wilde H, Cohen I, Sharon R, et al. HLA‐D “BG” in Israel: A Japanese related allele population and family study. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1983;21(4):271–80. Available from:


Granat M, Amar A, Mor-Yosef S, Brautbar C, Schenker JG. Familial gonadal germinative failure: Endocrine and human leukocyte antigen studies. Fertility and Sterility [Internet]. 1983;40(2):215–9. Available from:


Oksenberg JR, Persitz E, Amar A, Schenker J, Segal S, Nelken D, et al. Mixed lymphocyte reactivity nonresponsiveness in couples with multiple spontaneous abortions. Fertility and Sterility [Internet]. 1983;39(4):525–9. Available from:


Persitz E, Oksenberg J, Amar A, Margalioth EJ, Cohen O, Brautbar C. Histocompatibility antigens, mixed lymphocyte reactivity and severe preeclampsia in Israel. Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation [Internet]. 1983;16(5):283–91. Available from:


Levo Y, Tur-Kaspa R, Shouval D, Brautbar C, Eliakim M. Histocompatibility antigens and cell-mediated immunity in carriers of hepatitis B virus; A study of a family. Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Immunology [Internet]. 1982;9(2):105–7. Available from:


Brautbar C, Amar A, Cohen I, Kahana E, Bloch D, Grosse-Wilde H, et al. Histocompatibility (HLA) antigens and multiple sclerosis in Israelis. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1982;18(5):631–4. Available from:


Strehler BL, Abraham S, Bayreuther K, Bienenstock A, Binstock R, Birren J, et al. Hayflick-NIH settlement [3]. Science [Internet]. 1982;215(4530):240–2. Available from:


Oksenberg JR, Amar A, Cohen N, Cohen T, Brautbar C. HLA-DR,D recombination in a kidney transplant recipient. Human Immunology [Internet]. 1982;4(1):47–53. Available from:


Brautbar C, Amar A, Cohen N, Oksenberg J, Cohen I, Kahana E, et al. HLA‐D typing in multiple sclerosis: Israelis tested with European homozygous typing cells. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1982;19(3):189–97. Available from:


AMAR A, OKSENBERG J, COHEN N, COHEN I, BRAUTBAR C. HLA‐D locus in Israel. Characterization of 14 local HTC’s and a population study. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1982;20(3):198–207. Available from:


Hacham‐Zadeh S, Brautbar C, Cohen CA, Cohen T. HLA and alopecia areata in Jerusalem. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1981;18(1):71–4. Available from:


Brautbar C, Freier S, Ashkenazi A, Dekelbaum R, Tur‐Kaspa I, Amar A, et al. Histocompatibility Determinants in Israeli Jewish Patients with Coeliac Disease: Population and Family Study. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1981;17(3):313–22. Available from:


Brautbar C, Theodor R, Sack J, Levene C, Dupont B, Levine LS, et al. HLA in a Selective Aldosterone Biosynthetic Defect due to Type 2 Corticosterone Methyl‐Oxidase Deficiency. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1981;17(2):212–6. Available from:


Brautbar C, Cohen T, Nelken D. Disputed Parentage Due to Exchanged Babies Solved by HLA. Vox Sanguinis [Internet]. 1980;39(6):322–6. Available from:


Cohen T, Levene C, Yodfat Y, Fidel J, Friedlander Y, Steinberg AG, et al. Genetic studies on Cochin Jews in Israel: 1. Population data, blood groups, isoenzymes, and HLA determinants. American Journal of Medical Genetics [Internet]. 1980;6(1):61–73. Available from:


Rosenmann A, Schumert Z, Theodor R, Cohen T, Brautbar C. Amniotic 17-α hydroxyprogesterone and HLA typing for the prenatal diagnosis of 21-α hydroxylase deficiency - congenital adrenal hyperplasia. American Journal of Medical Genetics [Internet]. 1980;6(4):295–300. Available from:


Steinberg AG, Levene C, Yodfat Y, Fidel J, Brautbar C, Cohen T. Genetic studies on Cochin Jews in Israel: 2. Gm and Inv Data - polymorphism for Gm3 and for Gm1,17,21 without Gm(26). American Journal of Medical Genetics [Internet]. 1980;6(1):75–81. Available from:


Brautbar C, Moscovitz M, Livshits T, Haim S, Hacham‐Zadeh S, Cohen HA, et al. HLA–DRw4 in Pemphigus Vulgaris Patients in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1980;16(3):238–43. Available from:


Brautbar C, Rösler A, Landau H, Cohen I, Nelken D, Cohen T, et al. No Linkage between HLA and Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Due to 11-β-Hydroxylase Deficiency. New England Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 1979;300(4):205–6. Available from:


Ticho U, Cohen T, Brautbar C. Absence of association between HLA antigens and primary open angle glaucoma in Israel. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1979;15(2):124–7. Available from:


Gazit E, Brautbar C, Efter T, Cohen R, Yehoshua H, Zamir R. HLA Polymorphism in Israel*: 1. Jews of Polish Extraction. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):195–200. Available from:


Zamir R, Brautbar C, Mizrachi Y, Yehoshua H, Gazit E. HLA Polymorphism in Israel: 4. Israeli Jews originating from Rumania. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):213–6. Available from:


Brautbar C, Chajek T, Ben‐Tuvia S, Lamm L, Cohen T. A Genetic Study of Behqet Disease in Israel. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(2):113–20. Available from:


Gazit E, Brautbar C, Mizrachi Y, Cohen R, Yehoshua H, Zamir R. HLA Polymorphism in Israel: 7. The Babylonian Jews. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):226–9. Available from:


Brautbar C, Zamir R, Efter T, Gazit E. HLA Polymorphism in Israel: 2. Israeli Jews originating from Russia. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):201–5. Available from:


Bonné‐Tamir B, Bodmer JG, Bodmer WF, Pickbourne P, Brautbar C, Gazit E, et al. HLA Polymorphism in Israel: 9. An Overall Comparative Analysis. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):235–50. Available from:


Gazit E, Zamir R, Efter T, Zfat Z, Brautbar C. HLA Polymorphism in Israel: 5. The Moroccan Jews. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1978;11(3):217–20. Available from:


Brautbar C, Lahana E, Alter M, Jørgensen F, Lamm L. Lack of Association between HLA-DW2 and Multiple Sclerosis in Israeli Jewish Patients. New England Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 1977;296(26):1537–8. Available from:


Brautbar C, Cohen I, Kahana E, Alter M, Jørgensen F, Lamm L. Histocompatibility Determinants in Israeli Jewish Patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1977;10(4):291–302. Available from:


Galili U, Brautbar C, Schlesinger M. Association between HLA Determinants and Complement Receptors on Human Lymphocytes. Tissue Antigens [Internet]. 1977;10(2):99–107. Available from:


Brautbar C, Porat S, Nelken D, Gabriel KR, Cohen T. HLA B27 and ankylosing spondylitis in the Israeli population. The Journal of rheumatology Supplement [Internet]. 1977;3:24–32. Available from:


Pellegrino MA, Ferrone S, Brautbar C, Hayflick L. Changes in HL-A antigen profiles on SV40-transformed human fibroblasts. Experimental Cell Research [Internet]. 1976;97(2):340–5. Available from:


Bentwich R, Cohen R, Brautbar C. T and B blocking factors in Hodgkin’s disease. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1976;66:685–90. Available from:


Bentwich Z, Cohen R, Brautbar C. Proceedings: T and B blocking factors in Hodgkin’s disease. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1975;11(12):1382. Available from:


Brautbar C, Stanbridge EJ, Pellegrino MA, Ferrone S, Reisfeld RA, Payne R, et al. Expression of HL A antigens on cultured human fibroblasts infected with mycoplasmas. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 1973;111(6):1783–9. Available from:


Brautbar C, Pellegrino MA, Ferrone S, Reisfeld RA, Payne R, Hayflick L. Fate of HL-A antigens in aging cultured human diploid cell strains. II. Quantitative absorption studies. Experimental Cell Research [Internet]. 1973;78(2):367–75. Available from:


Brautbar C, Payne R, Hayflick L. Fate of HL-A antigens in aging cultured human diploid cell strains. Experimental Cell Research [Internet]. 1972;75(1):31–8. Available from:


Brautbar C, Nelken D, Boss JH, Superstine E. Autoimmune graft rejection. II. Rejection of skin autotransplants in rats sensitized with homologous and heterologous skin preparations. International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology [Internet]. 1970;39(1):98–104. Available from:


Nelken D, Brautbar C, Boss JH. Autograft rejection, temporary transplantation of autografts to allogeneic and xenogeneic hosts within and without diffusion chambers. Experientia [Internet]. 1969;25(10):1080. Available from:


Brautbar C, Nelken D, Boss JH. Autograft rejection: I. Effect of prior transplantation to allogeneic and xenogeneic hosts. Transplantation [Internet]. 1969;8(2):121–6. Available from:


Brautbar C, Nelken D, Boss JH. Autoimmune graft rejection. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology [Internet]. 1969;35(4):323–9. Available from:


Brautbar C, Nelken D. Accelerated rejection of rat allografts after the rejection of rabbit skin grafts. Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1967;2(6):691–5. Available from:


Brautbar C, Nelken D. Shortened survival of rat allografts after the rejection of xenografts. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1967;3(4):580–1. Available from: