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Hadassah Medical Center: Even-Ram Sharona

Last updated September 2023 - Hadassah Medical Center

List of Publications


Lefler S, Cohen MA, Kantor G, Cheishvili D, Even A, Birger A, et al. Familial dysautonomia (FD) human embryonic stem cell derived PNS neurons reveal that synaptic vesicular and neuronal transport genes are directly or indirectly affected by IKBKAP downregulation. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2015;10(10). Available from:


Geiger-Maor A, Guedj A, Even-Ram S, Smith Y, Galun E, Rachmilewitz J. Macrophages regulate the systemic response to DNA damage by a cell nonautonomous mechanism. Cancer Research [Internet]. 2015;75(13):2663–73. Available from:


Geiger-Maor A, Levi I, Even-Ram S, Smith Y, Bowdish DM, Nussbaum G, et al. Cells exposed to sublethal oxidative stress selectively attract monocytes/macrophages via scavenger receptors and MyD88-mediated signaling. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 2012;188(3):1234–44. Available from:


Steiner D, Khaner H, Cohen M, Even-Ram S, Gil Y, Itsykson P, et al. Derivation, propagation and controlled differentiation of human embryonic stem cells in suspension. Nature Biotechnology [Internet]. 2010;28(4):361–4. Available from:


Yachimovich-Cohen N, Even-Ram S, Shufaro Y, Rachmilewitz J, Reubinoff B. Human embryonic stem cells suppress T cell responses via arginase I-dependent mechanism. Journal of Immunology [Internet]. 2010;184(3):1300–8. Available from:


Idelson M, Alper R, Obolensky A, Ben-Shushan E, Hemo I, Yachimovich-Cohen N, et al. Directed Differentiation of Human Embryonic Stem Cells into Functional Retinal Pigment Epithelium Cells. Cell Stem Cell [Internet]. 2009;5(4):396–408. Available from:


Ram SE, Galun E. AAV2-GDNF gene therapy for Parkinson’s disease. Human Gene Therapy [Internet]. 2009;20(5):430–1. Available from:


Even-Ram S. Fibrin gel model for assessment of cellular contractility. Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, NJ) [Internet]. 2009;522:251–9. Available from:


Even-Ram S, Doyle AD, Conti MA, Matsumoto K, Adelstein RS, Yamada KM. Myosin IIA regulates cell motility and actomyosin-microtubule crosstalk. Nature Cell Biology [Internet]. 2007;9(3):299–309. Available from:


Even-Ram S, Yamada KM. Of mice and men: Relevance of cellular and molecular characterizations of myosin IIA to MYH9-related human disease. Cell adhesion & migration [Internet]. 2007;1(3):152–5. Available from:


Moon HS, Even-Ram S, Kleinman HK, Cha HJ. Zyxin is upregulated in the nucleus by thymosin β4 in SiHa cells. Experimental Cell Research [Internet]. 2006;312(17):3425–31. Available from:


Even-Ram S, Artym V, Yamada KM. Matrix Control of Stem Cell Fate. Cell [Internet]. 2006;126(4):645–7. Available from:


Endo Y, Even-Ram S, Pankov R, Matsumoto K, Yamada KM. Inhibition of Rho GTPases by RNA interference. Methods in Enzymology [Internet]. 2006;406:345–61. Available from:


Pankov R, Endo Y, Even-Ram S, Araki M, Clark K, Cukierman E, et al. A Rac switch regulates random versus directionally persistent cell migration. Journal of Cell Biology [Internet]. 2005;170(5):793–802. Available from:


Even-Ram S, Yamada KM. Cell migration in 3D matrix. Current Opinion in Cell Biology [Internet]. 2005;17(5 SPEC. ISS.):524–32. Available from:


Conti MA, Even-Ram S, Liu C, Yamada KM, Adelstein RS. Defects in cell adhesion and the visceral endoderm following ablation of nonmuscle myosin heavy chain II-A in mice. Journal of Biological Chemistry [Internet]. 2004;279(40):41263–6. Available from:


Yin YJ, Salah Z, Grisaru-Granovsky S, Cohen I, Even-Ram SC, Maoz M, et al. Human protease-activated receptor 1 expression in malignant epithelia: A role in invasiveness. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology [Internet]. 2003;23(6):940–4. Available from:


Even-Ram SC, Grisaru-Granovsky S, Pruss D, Maoz M, Salah Z, Yong-Jun Y, et al. The pattern of expression of protease-activated receptors (PARs) during early trophoblast development. Journal of Pathology [Internet]. 2003;200(1):47–52. Available from:


Even-Ram S. Names: A historical or political perspective? [1]. Nature [Internet]. 2002;418(6895):273. Available from:


Yamada KM, Even-Ram S. Integrin regulation of growth factor receptors. Nature Cell Biology [Internet]. 2002;4(4):E75–6. Available from:


Schiffenbauer YS, Meir G, Maoz M, Even-Ram SC, Bar-Shavit R, Neeman M. Gonadotropin stimulation of MLS human epithelial ovarian carcinoma cells augments cell adhesion mediated by CD44 and by αv-integrin. Gynecologic Oncology [Internet]. 2002;84(2):296–302. Available from:


Even-Ram SC, Maoz M, Pokroy E, Reich R, Katz BZ, Gutwein P, et al. Tumor Cell Invasion Is Promoted by Activation of Protease Activated Receptor-1 in Cooperation with the αvβ5 Integrin. Journal of Biological Chemistry [Internet]. 2001;276(14):10952–62. Available from:


Landau E, Tirosh R, Pinson A, Banai S, Even-Ram S, Maoz M, et al. Protection of thrombin receptor expression under hypoxia. Journal of Biological Chemistry [Internet]. 2000;275(4):2281–7. Available from:


Even-Ram S, Uziely B, Cohen P, Grisaru-Granovsky S, Maoz M, Ginzburg Y, et al. Thrombin receptor overexpression in malignant and physiological invasion processes. Nature Medicine [Internet]. 1998;4(8):909–14. Available from:


Pines O, Even-Ram S, Elnathan N, Battat E, Aharonov O, Gibson D, et al. The cytosolic pathway of L-malic acid synthesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: The role of fumarase. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology [Internet]. 1996;46(4):393–9. Available from:


Stein I, Peleg Y, Even-Ram S, Pines O. The single translation product of the FUM1 gene (fumarase) is processed in mitochondria before being distributed between the cytosol and mitochondria in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecular and Cellular Biology [Internet]. 1994;14(7):4770–8. Available from: