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The Faculty of Medicine - Immunology and Cancer Research: Gallily Ruth


Last updated September 2023 -  Immunology and Cancer Research

List of Publications


Lavi Y, Kogan NM, Topping LM, Liu C, McCann FE, Williams RO, et al. Novel Synthesis of C-Methylated Phytocannabinoids Bearing Anti-inflammatory Properties. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry [Internet]. 2023;66(8):5536–49. Available from:


Carmon I, Smoum R, Farhat E, Reich E, Kandel L, Yekhtin Z, et al. A Fenchone Derivative Effectively Abrogates Joint Damage Following Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis in Lewis Rats. Cells [Internet]. 2022;11(24). Available from:


Smoum R, Haj C, Hirsch S, Nemirovski A, Yekhtin Z, Bogoslavsky B, et al. Fenchone Derivatives as a Novel Class of CB2 Selective Ligands: Design, Synthesis, X-ray Structure and Therapeutic Potential. Molecules [Internet]. 2022;27(4). Available from:


Kogan NM, Lavi Y, Topping LM, Williams RO, McCann FE, Yekhtin Z, et al. Novel cbg derivatives can reduce inflammation, pain and obesity. Molecules [Internet]. 2021;26(18). Available from:


Aqawi M, Sionov RV, Gallily R, Friedman M, Steinberg D. Anti-Bacterial Properties of Cannabigerol Toward Streptococcus mutans. Frontiers in Microbiology [Internet]. 2021;12. Available from:


Aqawi M, Gallily R, Sionov RV, Zaks B, Friedman M, Steinberg D. Cannabigerol Prevents Quorum Sensing and Biofilm Formation of Vibrio harveyi. Frontiers in Microbiology [Internet]. 2020;11. Available from:


Gallily R, Yekhtin Z. Avidekel Cannabis extracts and cannabidiol are as efficient as Copaxone in suppressing EAE in SJL/J mice. Inflammopharmacology [Internet]. 2019;27(1):167–73. Available from:


Gallily R, Yekhtin Z, Hanuš LO. The Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Terpenoids from Cannabis. Cannabis and cannabinoid research [Internet]. 2018;3(1):282–90. Available from:


Totary-Jain H, Sionov RV, Gallily R. Indomethacin sensitizes resistant transformed cells to macrophage cytotoxicity. Immunology Letters [Internet]. 2016;176:1–7. Available from:


Fisher T, Golan H, Schiby G, Prichen S, Smoum R, Moshe I, et al. In vitro and in vivo efficacy of non-psychoactive cannabidiol in neuroblastoma. Current Oncology [Internet]. 2016;23:S15–22. Available from:


Haj CG, Sumariwalla PF, Hanuš L, Kogan NM, Yektin Z, Mechoulam R, et al. HU-444, a novel, potent anti-inflammatory, nonpsychotropic cannabinoid. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics [Internet]. 2015;355(1):66–75. Available from:


Galanti G, Fisher T, Kventsel I, Shoham J, Gallily R, Mechoulam R, et al. Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol inhibits cell cycle progression by downregulation of E2F1 in human glioblastoma multiforme cells. Acta Oncologica [Internet]. 2008;47(6):1062–70. Available from:


Weiss L, Zeira M, Reich S, Slavin S, Raz I, Mechoulam R, et al. Cannabidiol arrests onset of autoimmune diabetes in NOD mice. Neuropharmacology [Internet]. 2008;54(1):244–9. Available from:


Durst R, Danenberg H, Gallily R, Mechoulam R, Meir K, Grad E, et al. Cannabidiol, a nonpsychoactive Cannabis constituent, protects against myocardial ischemic reperfusion injury. American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology [Internet]. 2007;293(6):H3602–7. Available from:


Quntar AAAA, Gallily R, Katzavian G, Srebnik M. Potent anti-inflammatory activity of 3-aminovinylphosphonates as inhibitors of reactive oxygen intermediates, nitric oxides generation, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha release. European Journal of Pharmacology [Internet]. 2007;556(1–3):9–13. Available from:


Kogan NM, Blázquez C, Álvarez L, Gallily R, Schlesinger M, Guzmán M, et al. A cannabinoid quinone inhibits angiogenesis by targeting vascular endothelial cells. Molecular Pharmacology [Internet]. 2006;70(1):51–9. Available from:


Weiss L, Zeira M, Reich S, Har-Noy M, Mechoulam R, Slavin S, et al. Cannabidiol lowers incidence of diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice. Autoimmunity [Internet]. 2006;39(2):143–51. Available from:


Milman G, Maor Y, Abu-Lafi S, Horowitz M, Gallily R, Batkai S, et al. N-arachidonoyl L-serine, an endocannabinoid-like brain constituent with vasodilatory properties. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 2006;103(7):2428–33. Available from:


Ben-Shabat S, Hanuš LO, Katzavian G, Gallily R. New cannabidiol derivatives: Synthesis, binding to cannabinoid receptor, and evaluation of their antiinflammatory activity. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry [Internet]. 2006;49(3):1113–7. Available from:


Moussaieff A, Fride E, Amar Z, Lev E, Steinberg D, Gallily R, et al. The Jerusalem Balsam: From the Franciscan Monastery in the old city of Jerusalem to Martindale 33. Journal of Ethnopharmacology [Internet]. 2005;101(1–3):16–26. Available from:


Mechoulam R, Sumariwalla PF, Feldmann M, Gallily R. Cannabinoids in models of chronic inflammatory conditions. Phytochemistry Reviews [Internet]. 2005;4(1):11–8. Available from:


Goldberg S, Gallily R, Bishara S, Blumenthal EZ. Dorzolamide-induced choroidal detachment in a surgically untreated eye. American Journal of Ophthalmology [Internet]. 2004;138(2):285–6. Available from:


Sumariwalla PF, Gallily R, Tchilibon S, Fride E, Mechoulam R, Feldmann M. A Novel Synthetic, Nonpsychoactive Cannabinoid Acid (HU-320) with Antiinflammatory Properties in Murine Collagen-Induced Arthritis. Arthritis and Rheumatism [Internet]. 2004;50(3):985–98. Available from:


Burstein S, Zurier RB, Sumariwalla PF, Feldmann M, Gallily R, Mechoulam R, et al. Pain reduction and lack of psychotropic effects with ajulemic acid: Comment on the article by Sumariwalla et al [4] (multiple letters). Arthritis and Rheumatism [Internet]. 2004;50(12):4078–9. Available from:


Lodzki M, Godin B, Rakou L, Mechoulam R, Gallily R, Touitou E. Cannabidiol - Transdermal delivery and anti-inflammatory effect in a murine model. Journal of Controlled Release [Internet]. 2003;93(3):377–87. Available from:


Gallily R, Even-Chen T, Katzavian G, Lehmann D, Dagan A, Mechoulam R. γ-Irradiation enhances apoptosis induced by cannabidiol, a non-psychotropic cannabinoid, in cultured HL-60 myeloblastic leukemia cells. Leukemia and Lymphoma [Internet]. 2003;44(10):1767–73. Available from:


Mechoulam R, Parker LA, Gallily R. Cannabidiol: An overview of some pharmacological aspects. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology [Internet]. 2002;42(11 SUPPL.):11S-19S. Available from:


Wohlman A, Yirmiya R, Gallily R, Weidenfeld J. Effect ofmycoplasma fermentanson brain PGE2: Role of glucocorticoids and their receptors. NeuroImmunoModulation [Internet]. 2001;9(3):141–7. Available from:


Brenner T, Pinto F, Abramsky O, Gallily R. Inhibition of nitric oxide production for down-regulation of CNS inflammation and demyelination. Progress in Brain Research [Internet]. 2001;132:499–506. Available from:


Gallily R, Breuer A, Mechoulam R. 2-Arachidonylglycerol, an endogenous cannabinoid, inhibits tumor necrosis factor-α production in murine macrophages, and in mice. European Journal of Pharmacology [Internet]. 2000;406(1):R5–7. Available from:


Malfait AM, Gallily R, Sumariwalla PF, Malik AS, Andreakos E, Mechoulam R, et al. The nonpsychoactive cannabis constituent cannabidiol is an oral anti-arthritic therapeutic in murine collagen-induced arthritis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 2000;97(17):9561–6. Available from:


Gallily R, Kipper-Galperin M, Brenner T. Mycoplasma fermentans - Induced inflammatory response of astrocytes: Selective modulation by aminoguanidine, thalidomide, pentoxifylline and IL-10. Inflammation [Internet]. 1999;23(6):495–505. Available from:


Trembovler V, Beit-Vannai E, Younis F, Gallily R, Horowitz M, Shohami E. Antioxidants attenuate acute toxicity of tumor necrosis factor-α induced by brain injury in rat. Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research [Internet]. 1999;19(7):791–5. Available from:


Yirmiya R, Weidenfeld J, Barak O, Avitsur R, Pollak Y, Gallily R, et al. The role of brain cytokines in mediating the behavioral and neuroendocrine effects of intracerebral Mycoplasma fermentans. Brain Research [Internet]. 1999;829(1–2):28–38. Available from:


Schwartz D, Engelhard D, Gallily R, Matoth I, Brenner T. Glial cells production of inflammatory mediators induced by streptococcus pneumoniae: Inhibition by pentoxifylline, low-molecular-weight heparin and dexamethasone. Journal of the Neurological Sciences [Internet]. 1998;155(1):13–22. Available from:


Haimovitz-Friedman A, Cordon-Cardo C, Bayoumy S, Garzotto M, McLoughlin M, Gallily R, et al. Lipopolysaccharide induces disseminated endothelial apoptosis requiring ceramide generation. Journal of Experimental Medicine [Internet]. 1997;186(11):1831–41. Available from:


Gallily R, Yamin A, Waksmann Y, Ovadia H, Weidenfeld J, Bar-Joseph A, et al. Protection against septic shock and suppression of tumor necrosis factor α and nitric oxide production by dexanabinol (HU-211), a nonpsychotropic cannabinoid. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics [Internet]. 1997;283(2):918–24. Available from:


Yirmiya R, Barak O, Avitsur R, Gallily R, Weidenfeld J. Intracerebral administration of Mycoplasma fermentans produces sickness behavior: Role of prostaglandins. Brain Research [Internet]. 1997;749(1):71–81. Available from:


Shohami E, Gallily R, Mechoulam R, Bass R, Ben-Hur T. Cytokine production in the brain following closed head injury: Dexanabinol (HU-211) is a novel TNF-α inhibitor and an effective neuroprotectant. Journal of Neuroimmunology [Internet]. 1997;72(2):169–77. Available from:


Engelhard D, Pomeranz S, Gallily R, Strauss N, Tuomanen E. Serotype-related differences in inflammatory response to Streptococcus pneumoniae in experimental meningitis. Journal of Infectious Diseases [Internet]. 1997;175(4):979–82. Available from:


Wohlman A, Gallily R, Yirmiya R, Weidenfeld J. Characterization of the effect of mycoplasma fermentans on the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis. Neuroendocrinology [Internet]. 1997;66(3):221–8. Available from:


Shohami E, Bass R, Wallach D, Yamin A, Gallily R. Inhibition of tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNFα) activity in rat brain is associated with cerebroprotection after closed head injury. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism [Internet]. 1996;16(3):378–84. Available from:


Vogt Sionov R, Gallily R. Differential H-2 antigen expression in teratocarcinoma-fibroblast hybrids. Experimental and Clinical Immunogenetics [Internet]. 1995;12(4):238–44. Available from:


Rosendal S, Frandsen PL, Nielsen JP, Gallily R. Pasteurella multocida toxin induces IL-6, but not IL-1 alpha or TNF alpha in fibroblasts. Canadian journal of veterinary research = Revue canadienne de recherche vétérinaire [Internet]. 1995;59(2):154–6. Available from:


Messika EJ, Avni O, Gallily R, Yefenof E, Baniyash M. Identification and characterization of a novel protein associated with macrophage complement receptor 3. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 1995;154(12):6563–70. Available from:


Weidenfeld J, Wohlman A, Gallily R. Mycoplasma fermentans activates the hypothalamo-pituitary adrenal axis in the rat. NeuroReport [Internet]. 1995;6(6):910–2. Available from:


Avron A, Gallily R. Mycoplasma stimulates the production of oxidative radicals by murine peritoneal macrophages. Journal of Leukocyte Biology [Internet]. 1995;57(2):264–8. Available from:


Rosendal S, Levisohn S, Gallily R. Cytokines induced in vitro by Mycoplasma mycoides ssp. mycoides, large colony type. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology [Internet]. 1995;44(3–4):269–78. Available from:


Brenner T, Yamin A, Gallily R. Mycoplasma triggering of nitric oxide production by central nervous system glial cells and its inhibition by glucocorticoids. Brain Research [Internet]. 1994;641(1):51–6. Available from:


Shohami E, Novikov M, Bass R, Yamin A, Gallily R. Closed head injury triggers early production of TNFα and IL-6 by brain tissue. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism [Internet]. 1994;14(4):615–9. Available from:


Caplan S, Gallily R, Barenholz Y. Characterization and purification of a mycoplasma membrane-derived macrophage-activating factor. Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy [Internet]. 1994;39(1):27–33. Available from:


Sionov RV, Gallily R. Trophoblast protection of the inner cell mass from macrophage destruction. Advances in Contraceptive Delivery Systems [Internet]. 1994;10(1–2):51–73. Available from:


Brenner T, Yamin A, Abramsky O, Gallily R. Stimulation of tumor necrosis factor-α production by mycoplasmas and inhibition by dexamethasone in cultured astrocytes. Brain Research [Internet]. 1993;608(2):273–9. Available from:


Sionov RV, Yagel S, Har-Nir R, Gallily R. Trophoblasts protect the inner cell mass from macrophage destruction. Biology of Reproduction [Internet]. 1993;49(3):588–95. Available from:


Gallily R, Salman M, Tarshis M, Rottem S. Mycoplasma fermentans (incognitus strain) induces TNFα and IL-1 production by human monocytes and murine macrophages. Immunology Letters [Internet]. 1992;34(1):27–30. Available from:


Sionov RV, Gallily R. The unique killing of embryo-derived teratocarcinoma cells by nonactivated murine macrophages is not due to a lack of H-2 antigen expression. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1992;142(2):416–25. Available from:


Pappo I, Bercovier H, Berry EM, Haviv Y, Gallily R, Freund HR. Polymyxin B reduces total parenteral nutrition-associated hepatic steatosis by its antibacterial activity and by blocking deleterious effects of lipopolysaccharide. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition [Internet]. 1992;16(6):529–32. Available from:


Messika E, Gallily R, Yefenof E. Radiation leukemia virus (RadLV)‐induced leukemogenesis is associated with an increased number and activity of thymic macrophages. International Journal of Cancer [Internet]. 1991;48(6):924–30. Available from:


Zeira M, Gallily R, Stein I, Giloh H. Thymocyte maturation following interaction with thymus-derived macrophages. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1991;134(2):370–7. Available from:


Sher T, Yamin A, Rottem S, Gallily R. In vitro induction of tumor necrosis factor α, tumor cytolysis, and blast transformation by Spiroplasma membranes. Journal of the National Cancer Institute [Internet]. 1990;82(13):1142–5. Available from:


Zeira M, Gallily R. Effect of strain and age on in vitro proliferation of murine thymus-derived macrophages. Thymus [Internet]. 1990;15(1):1–13. Available from:


Sionov RV, Gallily R. Engulfment and intracellular killing of F9 teratocarcinoma cells by non-activated murine macrophages. International Immunology [Internet]. 1990;2(4):291–301. Available from:


Sher T, Rottem S, Gallily R. Mycoplasma capricolum membranes induce tumor necrosis factor α by a mechanism different from that of lipopolysaccharide. Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy [Internet]. 1990;31(2):86–92. Available from:


Sher T, Yamin A, Matzliach M, Rottem S, Gallily R. Partial biochemical characterization of spiroplasma membrane component inducing tumor necrosis factor alpha. Anti-cancer drugs [Internet]. 1990;1(1):83–7. Available from:


Yagel S, Livni N, Zacut D, Gallily R. Characterization and localization of human placental mononuclear phagocytes by monoclonal antibodies and other cell markers. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1990;26(5):243–9. Available from:


Gifford GE, Loewenstein J, Gallily R. Production of a Factor (CIF) from Normal Fibroblast Cells Inhibiting Tumor Necrosis Factor/Cachectin Production. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine [Internet]. 1989;191(4):391–5. Available from:


Gallily R, Sher T, Ben-Av P, Loewenstein J. Tumor necrosis factor as a mediator of Mycoplasma orale-induced tumor cell lysis by macrophages. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1989;121(1):146–53. Available from:


Friedman G, Chajek-Shaul T, Gallily R, Stein O, Shiloni E, Etienne J, et al. Modulation of lipoprotein lipase activity in mouse peritoneal macrophages by recombinant human tumor necrosis factor. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Lipids and Lipid Metabolism [Internet]. 1988;963(2):201–7. Available from:


Friedman G, Gallily R, Chajek-Shaul T, Stein O, Shiloni E, Etienne J, et al. Lipoprotein lipase in heart cell cultures is suppressed by bacterial lipopolysaccharide: an effect mediated by production of tumor necrosis factor. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Lipids and Lipid Metabolism [Internet]. 1988;960(2):220–8. Available from:


Zeira M, Gallily R. Interaction between thymocytes and thymus-derived macrophages. I. Surface components participating in mutual recognition. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1988;117(2):264–76. Available from:


Zeira M, Gallily R. Interaction between thymocytes and thymus-derived macrophages. II. Engulfment of thymocytes by macrophages. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1988;117(2):277–88. Available from:


Boteach D, Gallily R. Killer of virus-induced thymic lymphoma cells obtained from primary and early transfers by activated macrophages. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1988;24(9–10):518–21. Available from:


Yagel S, Palti Z, Gallily R. Prostaglandin E2-mediated suppression of human maternal lymphocyte alloreactivity by first-trimester fetal macrophages. Obstetrics and Gynecology [Internet]. 1988;72(4):648–54. Available from:


Loewenstein J, Yamin A, Gallily R. Establishment and characterization of murine bone marrow-derived spontaneously immortalized cell lines and clones expressing properties of normal macrophages. Experimental Hematology [Internet]. 1987;15(6):685–94. Available from:


Gallily R, Gifford GE, Loewenstein J. Suppression of both macrophage-mediated tumor cell lysis and cytolytic factor production by a factor (CIF) derived from normal embryonic fibroblasts. Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy [Internet]. 1986;23(1):60–6. Available from:


Gifford GE, Loewenstein J, Yamin A, Gallily R. Correlation of macrophage‐mediated tumor‐cell lysis with the production of macrophage cytolytic factor (CF). preliminary characterization of a factor inhibiting cf production. International Journal of Cancer [Internet]. 1986;37(1):73–9. Available from:


Gallily R, Stain I, Zaady O. Dual effect of lectins on macrophages: Potentiation of bacterial uptake and suppression of bactericidal activity. Immunology Letters [Internet]. 1986;13(3):151–8. Available from:


Gallily R, Stain I, Kornfeld S. Non-immune non-activated chicken macrophage destroy murine fibroblast. Developmental and Comparative Immunology [Internet]. 1985;9(4):691–9. Available from:


Gallily R, Zeira M, Stain I. Thymus-derived macrophages in long-term culture: Release of IL-1, stimulation of MLR and expression of tumoricidal activity. Immunology [Internet]. 1985;55(1):165–72. Available from:


Axelrod O, Mozes E, Gallily R. Antigen presentation by proliferating thymic macrophages to a (T,G)-A-L specific T cell line in an H-2 restricted manner. Immunology Letters [Internet]. 1985;10(1):25–30. Available from:


Cartman G, Gallily R. Lysis of primitive teratocarcinoma cells by non-activated macrophages. Immunology Letters [Internet]. 1985;10(3–4):207–11. Available from:


Loewenstein J, Gallily R. Studies on the mechanism of macrophage-mediated tumor cell lysis induced by Mycoplasma orale. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1984;20(9):895–7. Available from:


Gallily R, Vray B, Stain I, Sharon N. Wheat germ agglutinin potentiates uptake of bacteria by murine peritoneal macrophages. Immunology [Internet]. 1984;52(4):679–86. Available from:


Davidson S, Mansour A, Gallily R, Smolarski M, Rofolovitch M, Ginsburg H. Mast cell differentiation depends on T cells and granule synthesis on fibroblasts. Immunology [Internet]. 1983;48(3):439–52. Available from:


Loewenstein J, Rottem S, Gallily R. Induction of macrophage-mediated cytolysis of neoplastic cells by mycoplasmas. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1983;77(2):290–7. Available from:


Kunin S, Gallily R. Recognition and lysis of altered-self cells by macrophages. I. Modification of target cells by 2,4,6-trinitrobenzene sulphonic acid. Immunology [Internet]. 1983;48(2):265–72. Available from:


Gallily R, Savion N. Cultivation, proliferation and characterization of thymic macrophages. Immunology [Internet]. 1983;50(1):139–48. Available from:


Gallily R, Cabilly S. Studies on the recognition of xenogeneic cells by nonimmune macrophages. II. Separate signals triggered cytostasis and cytolysis. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1982;141:109–18. Available from:


Gallily R, Yamin A, Caspi RR, Avtalion RR. Non-Immunological Recognition and Killing of Xenogeneic Cells by Macrophages: III Destruction of Fish Cells by Murine Macrophages. Topics in Catalysis [Internet]. 1982;6(3):569–78. Available from:


Rothlein R, Gallily R, Kim YB. Development of alveolar macrophages in specific pathogen-free and germ-free Minnesota miniature swine. RES Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society [Internet]. 1981;30(6):483–95. Available from:


Gallily R, Stain I, Weiss DW. Mouse macrophage functions under the influence of factors released by spleen cells preincubated with the methanol extraction residue (MER) tubercle bacillus fraction. Immunopharmacology [Internet]. 1981;3(3):221–31. Available from:


Cabilly S, Gallily R. Artificial binding of macrophages to syngeneic cells elicits cytostasis but not cytolysis. Immunology [Internet]. 1981;42(1):149–55. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Ehrenfeld M, Levy M, Gallily R, Eliakim M. Leukocyte chemotaxis in recurrent polyserositis (familial Mediterranean fever). American Journal of the Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1981;281(1):15–8. Available from:


Cabilly S, Gallily R. Non-immunological recognition and killing of xenogeneic cells by macrophages. I. Repertoire of recognition. Immunology [Internet]. 1981;44(2):347–55. Available from:


Cabilly S, Gallily R. Non-immunological recognition and killing of xenogeneic cells by 0,23211 macrophages. II. Mechanism of killing. Immunology [Internet]. 1981;44(2):357–65. Available from:


Levy M, Ehrenfeld M, Gallily R, Eliakim M. Enhanced polymorphonuclear chemotaxis - A common feature of diseases responsive to colchicine. Medical Hypotheses [Internet]. 1981;7(1):15–20. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Ehrenfeld M, Litvin Y, Gallily R. Monocyte function in rheumatoid arthritis. Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology [Internet]. 1980;9(1):17–23. Available from:


Ehrenfeld M, Levy M, Bar Eli M, Gallily R, Eliakim M. Effect of colchicine on polymorphonuclear leucocyte chemotaxis in human volunteers. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology [Internet]. 1980;10(3):297–300. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Gallily R. Macrophage fatty acid composition and phagocytosis: Effect of unsaturation on cellular phagocytic activity. Immunology [Internet]. 1979;36(2):199–205. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Levy M, Ehrenfeld M, Eliakim M, Gallily R. Phagocyte functions in familial Mediterranean fever. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology [Internet]. 1979;121 B:341–50. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Gallily R. Age-dependent macrophage functions in New Zealand Black mice. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1979;45(2):309–17. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Gallily R, Cohen HA, Wahba A. Monocyte function in psoriasis. Journal of Investigative Dermatology [Internet]. 1979;73(2):147–9. Available from:


Gallily R, Haran-Ghera N. Macrophage functions in high and low cancer incidence strains of mice. A comparative study. Developmental and Comparative Immunology [Internet]. 1979;3(C):523–36. Available from:


Bercovici B, Gallily R. The cytology of the retained IUD with relation to the mechanism of action. Acta Cytologica [Internet]. 1978;22(6):456–9. Available from:


Schwartz M, Geiger B, Hooghe R, Bar-Eli M, Gallily R, Mozes E, et al. The mode of interaction with macrophages of two ordered synthetic polyeptides which differ in their thymus dependency. Immunology [Internet]. 1978;35(5):849–55. Available from:


Wahba A, Cohen HA, Bar Eli M, Gallily R. Enhanced chemotactic and phagocytic activities of leukocytes in psoriasis vulgaris. Journal of Investigative Dermatology [Internet]. 1978;71(3):186–8. Available from:


Bercovici B, Gallily R. The cytology of the human peritoneal fluid. Acta Cytologica [Internet]. 1978;22(3):124–7. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Gallily R. Macrophage phagocytic recognition sites. Demonstration of selectivity by hetero and alloantisera. Immunology [Internet]. 1977;33(1):121–7. Available from:


Cabilly S, Gallily R. Studies on the recognition of xenogeneic cells by nonimmune macrophages. I. Destruction of chicken fibroblasts in vitro by murine macrophages. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1977;29(1):54–65. Available from:


Gallily R, Douchan Z, Weiss DW. Potentiation of mouse peritoneal macrophage antibacterial functions by treatment of the donor animals with the methanol extraction residue fraction of tubercle bacilli. Infection and Immunity [Internet]. 1977;18(2):405–11. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Gallily R. Quantitative in vitro phagocytic rate measurements. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1977;17(1–2):123–30. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Gallily R, Levy M, Eliakim M. Monocyte function in familial Mediterranean fever. American Journal of the Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1977;274(3):265–70. Available from:


Gallily R. Two macrophage - affecting agents (MER and AMS). Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology [Internet]. 1976;73 PT-A:451–2. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Rottem S, Gallily R. Motion of spin-labeled fatty acids in murine macrophages relation to cellular phagocytic activity. BBA - Biomembranes [Internet]. 1976;426(3):499–512. Available from:


Gallily R, Yagel S, Weiss DW. Potentiated lysosomal enzyme, bacteriostatic and bactericidal activities of peritoneal macrophages of mice treated with MER fraction of tubercle bacilli. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1976;73 PT-A:351–61. Available from:


Gallily R, Eliahu H. Mechanism and specificity of macrophage-mediated cytotoxicity. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1976;25(2):245–55. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Kedar E, Gallily R. A rapid and sensitive technique for the detection of Fc receptors on macrophages. Journal of Immunological Methods [Internet]. 1976;12(1–2):163–70. Available from:


Gallily R, Bar‐Eli M. Studies on the relationships between the immunogenicity and catabolism of antigens and their binding to the surface of macrophages. European Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 1976;6(11):789–94. Available from:


Gallily R, Eliahu H, Ben-Ishay Z. Macrophage killing capacity. Aspects of mechanism. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1976;66:471–6. Available from:


Gallily R, Ben Ishay Z. Immune cytolysis of mouse macrophages in vitro. RES Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society [Internet]. 1975;18(1):44–52. Available from:


Bar Eli M, Gallily R. The effect of macrophage hydrolytic enzyme levels on the uptake and degradation of antigen and immune complexes. RES Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society [Internet]. 1975;18(6):317–28. Available from:


Bar-Eli M, Gallily R. Proceedings: Uptake and degradation of Ag and Ag Ab complexes by differently stimulated macrophages. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1975;11(12):1379. Available from:


Yagel S, Gallily R, Weiss DW. Effect of treatment with the MER fraction of tubercle bacilli on hydrolytic lysozomal enzyme activity of mouse peritoneal macrophages. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1975;19(2):381–6. Available from:


Gallily R, Zylberlicht D. Impairment of the bactericidal activity of murine macrophages following X-irradiation. Immunochemistry [Internet]. 1975;12(6–7):611–4. Available from:


Ben-Ishay Z, Reichert F, Gallily R. Crystalline-like surface charge array of murine macrophages and lymphocytes: Visualization with cationized ferritin. Journal of Ultrasructure Research [Internet]. 1975;53(1):119–27. Available from:


Gallily R. Allogeneic recognition and killing capacity of immune macrophages in mixed macrophage cultures (MMC). Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1975;15(2):419–31. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Gallily R. Studies on the binding and phagocytic inhibition properties of antimacrophage globulin (AMG). Immunology [Internet]. 1974;26(5):971–81. Available from:


Gallily R, Eliahu H. Uptake and degradation of a polypeptide antigen by stimulated and unstimulated macrophages from responder and non responder mice. Immunology [Internet]. 1974;26(3):603–12. Available from:


Geiger B, Gallily R. Surface morphology of irradiated macrophages. RES Journal of the Reticuloendothelial Society [Internet]. 1974;15(4):274–81. Available from:


Gallily R, Ben-Ishay Z. Interaction between normal or irradiated macrophages and lymphocytes in mice. Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1974;11(1–3):314–24. Available from:


Geiger B, Gallily R. Effect of X irradiation on various functions of murine macrophages. Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1974;16(4):643–55. Available from:


Schroit AJ, Geiger B, Gallily R. The capacity of macrophage components to inhibit anti‐macrophage serum activity. European Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 1973;3(6):354–9. Available from:


Gallily R. Uptake and degradation of a synthetic antigen by mouse macrophages containing different levels of lysosomal enzymes. Advances in experimental medicine and biology [Internet]. 1973;29:239–45. Available from:


Geiger B, Gallily R, Gery I. The effect of irradiation on the release of lymphocyte-activating factor (LAF). Cellular Immunology [Internet]. 1973;7(1):177–80. Available from:


Gallily R, Gornostansky M. Specificity and nature of binding of antimacrophage serum. Immunology [Internet]. 1972;22(3):431–9. Available from:


Gallily R. In vitro and in vivo studies of the properties and effects of antimacrophage sers (AMS). Clinical and Experimental Immunology [Internet]. 1971;9(3):381–91. Available from:


Gallily R, Aalseth B, Garvey J. A method for increasing the number of pleural macrophages in mice. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1970;6(1):166–7. Available from:


Gallily R, Garvey JS. Prolonged antibody production in rats after single injection of KLH coated on bentonite. Immunochemistry [Internet]. 1969;6(5):766–7. Available from:


Gallily R, Garvey JS. Primary stimulation of rats and mice with hemocyanin in soluton and adsorbed on bentonite. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 1968;101(5):924–9. Available from:


Gallily R, Feldman M. The role of macrophages in the induction of antibody in x-irradiated animals. Immunology [Internet]. 1967;12(2):197–206. Available from:


Gallily R, Warwick A, Bang FB. Ontogeny of macrophage resistance to mouse hepatitis in vivo and in vitro. The Journal of experimental medicine [Internet]. 1967;125(4):537–48. Available from:


Gallily R, Feldman M. The induction of antibody production in x-irradiated animals by macrophages that interacted with antigen. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences [Internet]. 1966;2(3):358–61. Available from:


GALLILY R, WARWICK A, BANG FB. EFFECT OF CORTISONE OF GENETIC RESISTANCE TO MOUSE HEPATITIS VIRUS IN VIVO AND IN VITRO. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 1964;51:1158–64. Available from:


Gallily R, Shohat B, Kalish J, Gitter S, Lavie D. Further Studies on the Antitumor Effect of Cucurbitacins. Cancer Research [Internet]. 1962;22(9):1038–45. Available from:


Gitter S, Gallily R, Shohat B, Lavie D. Studies on the Antitumor Effect of Cucurbitacins. Cancer Research [Internet]. 1961;21(4):516–21. Available from:


Gallily R, Woolley GW. THE HUMAN TUMOR IN THE MOUSE. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences [Internet]. 1958;76(3):791–6. Available from:


Sachs L, Gallily R. The chromosomes and transplantability of tumors. ii. chromosome duplication and the loss of strain specificity in solid tumors. Journal of the National Cancer Institute [Internet]. 1956;16(4):803–41. Available from:


Sachs L, Gallily R. The chromosomes and transplantability of tumors. iii. the transplant-ability of mouse tumors with different ce:degrees of strain specificity into previously immunized mice. Journal of the National Cancer Institute [Internet]. 1956;16(5):1083–97. Available from:


Sachs L, Gallily R. The chromosomes and transplantability of tumors. i. fundamental chromosome numbers and strain specificity in ascites tumors. Journal of the National Cancer Institute [Internet]. 1955;15(5):1267–89. Available from: