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The Faculty of Medicine - Developmental Biology and Cancer Research: Cedar Haim

Researchers

 Last updated June 2021 - School of Pharmacy

List of Publications

(1) Blumenfeld B, Masika H, Farago M, Yehuda Y, Halaseh L, Vardi O, et al. Chromosomal coordination and differential structure of asynchronous replicating regions. Nat Commun 2021;12(1).

(2) Falick Michaeli T, Spiro A, Sabag O, Karavani G, Yagel S, Eventov-Friedman S, et al. Determining gestational age using genome methylation profile: A novel approach for fetal medicine. Prenat Diagn 2019;39(11):1005-1010.

(3) Reizel Y, Sabag O, Skversky Y, Spiro A, Steinberg B, Bernstein D, et al. Postnatal DNA demethylation and its role in tissue maturation. Nat Commun 2018;9(1).

(4) Greenfield R, Tabib A, Keshet I, Moss J, Sabag O, Goren A, et al. Role of transcription complexes in the formation of the basal methylation pattern in early development. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2018;115(41):10387-10391.

(5) Dor Y, Cedar H. Principles of DNA methylation and their implications for biology and medicine. Lancet 2018;392(10149):777-786.

(6) Neiman D, Moss J, Hecht M, Magenheim J, Piyanzin S, Shapiro AMJ, et al. Islet cells share promoter hypomethylation independently of expression, but exhibit cell-type-specific methylation in enhancers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017;114(51):13525-13530.

(7) Levin-Klein R, Fraenkel S, Lichtenstein M, Matheson LS, Bartok O, Nevo Y, et al. Clonally stable Vκ allelic choice instructs Igκ repertoire. Nat Commun 2017;8.

(8) Klutstein M, Moss J, Kaplan T, Cedar H. Contribution of epigenetic mechanisms to variation in cancer risk among tissues. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017;114(9):2230-2234.

(9) Klutstein M, Moss J, Kaplan T, Cedar H. Contribution of epigenetic mechanisms to variation in cancer risk among tissues. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017;114(9):2230-2234.

(10) Cedar H, Razin A. Annotating the genome by DNA methylation. Int J Dev Biol 2017;61(3-5):137-148.

(11) Masika H, Farago M, Hecht M, Condiotti R, Makedonski K, Buganim Y, et al. Programming asynchronous replication in stem cells. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2017;24(12):1132-1138.

(12) Hecht M, Tabib A, Kahan T, Orlanski S, Gropp M, Tabach Y, et al. Epigenetic mechanism of FMR1 inactivation in Fragile X syndrome. Int J Dev Biol 2017;61(3-5):285-292.

(13) Klutstein M, Nejman D, Greenfield R, Cedar H. DNA methylation in cancer and aging. Cancer Res 2016;76(12):3446-3450.

(14) Orlanski S, Labi V, Reizel Y, Spiro A, Lichtenstein M, Levin-Klein R, et al. Tissue-specific DNA demethylation is required for proper B-cell differentiation and function. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2016;113(18):5018-5023.

(15) Almouzni G, Cedar H. Maintenance of epigenetic information. Cold Spring Harbor Perspect Biol 2016;8(5).

(16) Reizel Y, Spiro A, Sabag O, Skversky Y, Hecht M, Keshet I, et al. Gender-specific postnatal demethylation and establishment of epigenetic memory. Genes Dev 2015;29(9):923-933.

(17) Stoyanov E, Ludwig G, Mizrahi L, Olam D, Schnitzer-Perlman T, Tasika E, et al. Chronic liver inflammation modifies DNA methylation at the precancerous stage of murine hepatocarcinogenesis. Oncotarget 2015;6(13):11047-11060.

(18) Ludwig G, Nejman D, Hecht M, Orlanski S, Abu-Remaileh M, Yanuka O, et al. Aberrant DNA methylation in ES cells. PLoS ONE 2014;9(5).

(19) Nejman D, Straussman R, Steinfeld I, Ruvolo M, Roberts D, Yakhini Z, et al. Molecular rules governing de novo methylation in cancer. Cancer Res 2014;74(5):1475-1483.

(20) Levin-Klein R, Kirillov A, Rosenbluh C, Cedar H, Bergman Y. A novel Pax5-binding regulatory element in the Igk locus. Front Immunol 2014;5(MAY).

(21) Sabag O, Zamir A, Keshet I, Hecht M, Ludwig G, Tabib A, et al. Establishment of methylation patterns in ES cells. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2014;21(1):110-112.

(22) Bergman Y, Cedar H. DNA methylation dynamics in health and disease. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2013;20(3):274-281.

(23) Farago M, Rosenbluh C, Tevlin M, Fraenkel S, Schlesinger S, Masika H, et al. Clonal allelic predetermination of immunoglobulin-κ rearrangement. Nature 2012;490(7421):561-565.

(24) Cedar H, Bergman Y. Programming of DNA methylation patterns. Annu Rev Biochem 2012;81:97-117.

(25) Cedar H, Bergman Y. Epigenetics of haematopoietic cell development. Nat Rev Immunol 2011;11(7):478-488.

(26) Michaelson-Cohen R, Keshet I, Straussman R, Hecht M, Cedar H, Beller U. Genome-wide de novo methylation in epithelial ovarian cancer. Int J Gynecol Cancer 2011;21(2):269-279.

(27) Bergman Y, Cedar H. Epigenetic control of recombination in the immune system. Semin Immunol 2010;22(6):323-329.

(28) Shufaro Y, Lacham-Kaplan O, Tzuberi B-, Mclaughlin J, Trounson A, Cedar H, et al. Reprogramming of DNA replication timing. Stem Cells 2010;28(3):443-449.

(29) Schlesinger S, Selig S, Bergman Y, Cedar H. Allelic inactivation of rDNA loci. Genes Dev 2009;23(20):2437-2447.

(30) Lande-Diner L, Zhang J, Cedar H. Shifts in Replication Timing Actively Affect Histone Acetylation during Nucleosome Reassembly. Mol Cell 2009;34(6):767-774.

(31) Cedar H, Bergman Y. Linking DNA methylation and histone modification: Patterns and paradigms. Nat Rev Gen 2009;10(5):295-304.

(32) Straussman R, Nejman D, Roberts D, Steinfeld I, Blum B, Benvenisty N, et al. Developmental programming of CpG island methylation profiles in the human genome. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2009;16(5):564-571.

(33) Epsztejn-Litman S, Feldman N, Abu-Remaileh M, Shufaro Y, Gerson A, Ueda J, et al. De novo DNA methylation promoted by G9a prevents reprogramming of embryonically silenced genes. Nat Struct Mol Biol 2008;15(11):1176-1183.

(34) Cedar H. Orchestration of DNA methylation. Lect Notes Comput Sci 2008;4955 LNBI:65.

(35) Cedar H, Bergman Y. Choreography of Ig allelic exclusion. Curr Opin Immunol 2008;20(3):308-317.

(36) Goren A, Tabib A, Hecht M, Cedar H. DNA replication timing of the human β-globin domain is controlled by histone modification at the origin. Genes Dev 2008;22(10):1319-1324.

(37) Fraenkel S, Mostoslavsky R, Novobrantseva TI, Pelanda R, Chaudhuri J, Esposito G, et al. Allelic 'choice' governs somatic hypermutation in vivo at the immunoglobulin κ-chain locus. Nat Immunol 2007;8(7):715-722.

(38) Lande-Diner L, Zhang J, Ben-Porath I, Amariglio N, Keshet I, Hecht M, et al. Role of DNA methylation in stable gene repression. J Biol Chem 2007;282(16):12194-12200.

(39) Schlesinger Y, Straussman R, Keshet I, Farkash S, Hecht M, Zimmerman J, et al. Polycomb-mediated methylation on Lys27 of histone H3 pre-marks genes for de novo methylation in cancer. Nat Genet 2007;39(2):232-236.

(40) Goren A, Simchen G, Fibach E, Szabo PE, Tanimoto K, Chakalova L, et al. Fine tuning of globin gene expression by DNA methylation. PLoS ONE 2006;1(1).

(41) Feldman N, Gerson A, Fang J, Li E, Zhang Y, Shinkai Y, et al. G9a-mediated irreversible epigenetic inactivation of Oct-3/4 during early embryogenesis. Nature Cell Biol 2006;8(2):188-194.

(42) Keshet I, Schlesinger Y, Farkash S, Rand E, Hecht M, Segal E, et al. Evidence for an instructive mechanism of de novo methylation in cancer cells. Nat Genet 2006;38(2):149-153.

(43) Lande-Diner L, Cedar H. Silence of the genes - Mechanisms of long-term repression. Nat Rev Gen 2005;6(8):648-654.

(44) Goldmit M, Ji Y, Skok J, Roldan E, Jung S, Cedar H, et al. Epigenetic ontogeny of the Igk locus during B cell development. Nat Immunol 2005;6(2):198-203.

(45) Lande-Diner L, Zhang J, Hashimshony T, Goren A, Keshet I, Cedar H. Gene repression paradigms in animal cells. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 2004;69:131-138.

(46) Bergman Y, Cedar H. A stepwise epigenetic process controls immunoglobulin allelic exclusion. Nat Rev Immunol 2004;4(10):753-761.

(47) Rand E, Ben-Porath I, Keshet I, Cedar H. CTCF elements direct allele-specific undermethylation at the imprinted H19 locus. Curr Biol 2004;14(11):1007-1012.

(48) Ji Y, Zhang J, Lee AI, Cedar H, Bergman Y. A multistep mechanism for the activation of rearrangement in the immune system. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003;100(13):7557-7562.

(49) Hashimshony T, Zhang J, Keshet I, Bustin M, Cedar H. The role of DNA methylation in setting up chromatin structure during development. Nat Genet 2003;34(2):187-192.

(50) Singh N, Bergman Y, Cedar H, Chess A. Biallelic germline transcription at the κ immunoglobulin locus. J Exp Med 2003;197(6):743-750.

(51) Rand E, Cedar H. Regulation of imprinting: A multi-tiered process. J Cell Biochem 2003;88(2):400-407.

(52) Goren A, Cedar H. Replicating by the clock. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2003;4(1):25-32.

(53) Bergman Y, Fisher A, Cedar H. Epigenetic mechanisms that regulate antigen receptor gene expression. Curr Opin Immunol 2003;15(2):176-181.

(54) Zhang J, Xu F, Hashimshony T, Keshet I, Cedar H. Establishment of transcriptional competence in early and late S phase. Nature 2002;420(6912):198-202.

(55) Perk J, Makedonski K, Lande L, Cedar H, Razin A, Shemer R. The imprinting mechanism of the Prader-Willi/Angelman regional control center. EMBO J 2002;21(21):5807-5814.

(56) Goldmit M, Schlissel M, Cedar H, Bergman Y. Differential accessibility at the κ chain locus plays a role in allelic exclusion. EMBO J 2002;21(19):5255-5261.

(57) Ben-Porath I, Cedar H. Epigenetic crosstalk. Mol Cell 2001;8(5):933-935.

(58) Mostoslavsky R, Singh N, Tenzen T, Goldmit M, Gabay C, Elizur S, et al. Asynchronous replication and allelic exclusion in the immune system. Nature 2001;414(6860):221-225.

(59) Simon I, Tenzen T, Mostoslavsky R, Fibach E, Lande L, Milot E, et al. Developmental regulation of DNA replication timing at the human β globin locus. EMBO J 2001;20(21):6150-6157.

(60) Eden S, Constancia M, Hashimshony T, Dean W, Goldstein B, Johnson AC, et al. An upstream repressor element plays a role in Igf2 imprinting. EMBO J 2001;20(13):3518-3525.

(61) Shemer R, Hershko AY, Perk J, Mostoslavsky R, Tsuberi B-, Cedar H, et al. The imprinting box of the Prader-Willi/Angelman syndrome domain. Nat Genet 2000;26(4):440-443.

(62) Rhoades KL, Singh N, Simon I, Glidden B, Cedar H, Chess A. Allele-specific expression patterns of interleukin-2 end Pax-5 revealed by a sensitive single-cell RT-PCR analysis. Curr Biol 2000;10(13):789-792.

(63) Ben-Porath I, Cedar H. Imprinting: Focusing on the center. Curr Opin Genet Dev 2000;10(5):550-554.

(64) Simon I, Tenzen T, Reubinoff BE, Hillman D, McCarrey JR, Cedar H. Asynchronous replication of imprinted genes is established in the gametes and maintained during development. Nature 1999;401(6756):929-932.

(65) Eden S, Hashimshony T, Keshet I, Cedar H, Thorne DW, Ausio J. DNA methylation models histone acetylation. Chemtracts 1999;12(10):718-723.

(66) Cedar H, Verdine GL. The amazing demethylase. Nature 1999;397(6720):568-569.

(67) Cedar H, Bergman Y. Developmental regulation of immune system gene rearrangement. Curr Opin Immunol 1999;11(1):64-69.

(68) Siegfried Z, Eden S, Mendelsohn M, Feng X, Tsuberi B-, Cedar H. DNA methylation represses transcription in vivo. Nat Genet 1999;22(2):203-206.

(69) Mostoslavsky R, Kirillov A, Ji Y-, Goldmit M, Holzmann M, Wirth T, et al. Demethylation and the establishment of κ allelic exclusion. Cold Spring Harbor Symp Quant Biol 1999;64:197-206.

(70) Swisher JFA, Rand E, Cedar H, Pyle AM. Analysis of putative RNase sensitivity and protease insensitivity of demethylation activity in extracts from rat myoblasts. Nucleic Acids Res 1998;26(24):5573-5580.

(71) Weiss A, Keshet I, Razin A, Cedar H. Erratum: DNA methylation in vitro: Involvement of RNA (Cell (1998) 86:5 (709-718)). Cell 1998;95(4).

(72) Eden S, Hashimshony T, Keshet I, Cedar H, Thorne AW. DNA methylation models histone acetylation [6]. Nature 1998;394(6696):842.

(73) Mostoslavsky R, Singh N, Kirillov A, Pelanda R, Cedar H, Chess A, et al. κ chain monoallelic demethylation and the establishment of allelic exclusion. Genes Dev 1998;12(12):1801-1811.

(74) Cedar H. The role of DNA demethylation in development. FASEB J 1997;11(9).

(75) Siegfried Z, Cedar H. DNA methylation: A molecular lock. Curr Biol 1997;7(5):R305-R307.

(76) Weiss A, Cedar H. The role of DNA demethylation during development. Genes Cells 1997;2(8):481-486.

(77) Bergman Y, Kirillov A, Kistler B, Mostoslavsky R, Cedar H, Wirth T. Nuclear nf-κb is essential for b-cell specific demethylation of the igκ locus. FASEB J 1996;10(6).

(78) Weiss A, Keshet I, Razin A, Cedar H. DNA demethylation in vitro: Involvement of RNA. Cell 1996;86(5):709-718.

(79) Kirillov A, Kistler B, Mostoslavsky R, Cedar H, Wirth T, Bergman Y. A role for nuclear NF-κB in B-cell-specific demethylation of the Igκ locus. Nat Genet 1996;13(4):435-441.

(80) Eden S, Cedar H. Action at a distance. Nature 1995;375(6526):16-17.

(81) Ariel M, Robinson E, McCarrey JR, Cedar H. Gamete–specific methylation correlates with imprinting of the murine Xist gene. Nat Genet 1995;9(3):312-315.

(82) Chess A, Simon I, Cedar H, Axel R. Allelic inactivation regulates olfactory receptor gene expression. Cell 1994;78(5):823-834.

(83) Razin A, Cedar H. DNA methylation and genomic imprinting. Cell 1994;77(4):473-476.

(84) Lichtenstein M, Keini G, Cedar H, Bergman Y. B cell-specific demethylation: A novel role for the intronic κ chain enhancer sequence. Cell 1994;76(5):913-923.

(85) Eden S, Cedar H. Role of DNA methylation in the regulation of transcription. Curr Opin Genet Dev 1994;4(2):255-259.

(86) Ariel M, Cedar H, McCarrey J. Developmental changes in methylation of spermatogenesis–specific genes include reprogramming in the epididymis. Nat Genet 1994;7(1):59-63.

(87) Brandeis M, Frank D, Keshet I, Siegfried Z, Mendelsohn M, Names A, et al. Spl elements protect a CpG island from de novo methylation. Nature 1994;371(6496):435-438.

(88) Stöger R, Kubička P, Liu C-, Kafri T, Razin A, Cedar H, et al. Maternal-specific methylation of the imprinted mouse Igf2r locus identifies the expressed locus as carrying the imprinting signal. Cell 1993;73(1):61-71.

(89) Friedlande Y, Kaufmann NA, Cedar H, Weinberg N, Kark JD. The role of XbaI polymorphism of the apolipoprotein B gene in determining levels and covariability of lipid and lipoprotein variables in a sample of Israeli offspring with family history of myocardial infarction. Atherosclerosis 1993;98(2):165-177.

(90) Razin A, Cedar H. DNA methylation and embryogenesis. EXS 1993;64:343-357.

(91) Brandeis M, Ariel M, Cedar H. Dynamics of DNA methylation during development. Bioessays 1993;15(11):709-713.

(92) Kitsberg D, Selig S, Keshet I, Cedar H. Replication structure of the human & beta;-globin gene domain. Nature 1993;366(6455):588-590.

(93) Friedlander Y, Kaufmann NA, Cedar H, Kark JD. XbaI polymorphism of the apolipoprotein B gene and plasma lipid and lipoprotein response to dietary fat and cholesterol: a clinical trial. Clin Genet 1993;43(5):223-231.

(94) Brandeis M, Kafri T, Ariel M, Chaillet JR, McCarrey J, Razin A, et al. The ontogeny of allele-specific methylation associated with imprinted genes in the mouse. EMBO J 1993;12(9):3669-3677.

(95) Kitsberg D, Selig S, Brandels M, Simon I, Keshet I, Driscoll DJ, et al. Allele-specific replication timing of imprinted gene regions. Nature 1993;364(6436):459-463.

(96) Ariel M, Selig S, Brandeis M, Kitsberg D, Kafri T, Weiss A, et al. Allele-specific structures in the mouse Igf2-H19 domain. COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMP QUANT BIOL 1993;58:307-313.

(97) Selig S, Okumura K, Ward DC, Cedar H. Delineation of DNA replication time zones by fluorescence in situ hybridization. EMBO J 1992;11(3):1217-1225.

(98) Kafri T, Ariel M, Brandeis M, Shemer R, Urven L, McCarrey J, et al. Developmental pattern of gene-specific DNA methylation in the mouse embryo and germ line. Genes Dev 1992;6(5):705-714.

(99) Razin A, Cedar H. DNA methylation and gene expression. Microbiol Rev 1991;55(3):451-458.

(100) Kitsberg D, Selig S, Cedar H. Chromosome structure and eukaryotic gene organization. Curr Opin Genet Dev 1991;1(4):534-537.

(101) Ariel M, McCarrey J, Cedar H. Methylation patterns of testis-specific genes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1991;88(6):2317-2321.

(102) Frank D, Keshet I, Shani M, Levine A, Razin A, Cedar H. Demethylation of CpG islands in embryonic cells. Nature 1991;351(6323):239-241.

(103) Paroush Z, Keshet I, Yisraeli J, Cedar H. Dynamics of demethylation and activation of the α-actin gene in myoblasts. Cell 1990;63(6):1229-1237.

(104) Cedar H, Razin A. DNA methylation and development. Biochim Biophys Acta Gene Struct Expr 1990;1049(1):1-8.

(105) Frank D, Lichtenstein M, Paroush Z, Bergman Y, Shani M, Razin A, et al. Demethylation of genes in animal cells. Philos Trans R Soc Lond , B, Biol Sci 1990;326(1235):241-251.

(106) Handeli S, Klar A, Meuth M, Cedar H. Mapping replication units in animal cells. Cell 1989;57(6):909-920.

(107) Diamond G, Cedar H, Marcus M. A temperature-sensitive mutation in asparaginyl-tRNA synthetase causes cell-cycle arrest in early S phase. Exp Cell Res 1989;184(1):53-60.

(108) Cedar H. DNA methylation and gene activity. Cell 1988;53(1):3-4.

(109) Yisraeli J, Frank D, Razin A, Cedar H. Effect of in vitro DNA methylation on β-globin gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1988;85(13):4638-4642.

(110) Selig S, Ariel M, Goitein R, Marcus M, Cedar H. Regulation of mouse satellite DNA replication time. EMBO J 1988;7(2):419-426.

(111) Jablonka E, Goitein R, Sperling K, Cedar H, Marcus M. 5-aza-C-induced changes in the time of replication of the X chromosomes of Microtus agrestis are followed by non-random reversion to a late pattern of replication. Chromosoma 1987;95(1):81-88.

(112) Yisraeli J, Adelstein RS, Melloul D, Nudel U, Yaffe D, Cedar H. Muscle-specific activation of a methylated chimeric actin gene. Cell 1986;46(3):409-416.

(113) Keshet I, Lieman-Hurwitz J, Cedar H. DNA methylation affects the formation of active chromatin. Cell 1986;44(4):535-543.

(114) Jablonka E, Goitein R, Marcus M, Cedar H. DNA hypomethylation causes an increase in DNase-I sensitivity and an advance in the time of replication of the entire inactive X chromosome. Chromosoma 1985;93(2):152-156.

(115) Keshet I, Yisraeli J, Cedar H. Effect of regional DNA methylation on gene expression. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1985;82(9):2560-2564.

(116) Sperling K, Kerem B-, Goitein R, Kottusch V, Cedar H, Marcus M. DNase I sensitivity in facultative and constitutive heterochromatin. Chromosoma 1985;93(1):38-42.

(117) Rosenthal A, Wright S, Cedar H, Flavell R, Grosveld F. Regulated expression of an introduced MHC H-2Kbm1 gene in murine embryonal carcinoma cells. Nature 1984;310(5976):415-418.

(118) Razin A, Cedar H. DNA methylation in eukaryotic cells. Int Rev Cytol 1984;VOL. 92:159-185.

(119) Kerem B-, Goitein R, Diamond G, Cedar H, Marcus M. Mapping of DNAase I sensitive regions on mitotic chromosomes. Cell 1984;38(2):493-499.

(120) Razin A, Webb C, Szyf M, Yisraeli J, Rosenthal A, Naveh-Many T, et al. Variations in DNA methylation during mouse cell differentiation in vivo and in vitro. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1984;81(8 I):2275-2279.

(121) Kerem B-, Goitein R, Richler C, Marcus M, Cedar H. In situ nick-translation distinguishes between active and inactive X chromosomes. Nature 1983;304(5921):88-90.

(122) Keshet E, Cedar H. Effect of CpG methylation on Msp I. Nucleic Acids Res 1983;11(11):3571-3580.

(123) Gruenbaum Y, Szyf M, Cedar H, Razin A. Methylation of replicating and post-replicated mouse L-cell DNA. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1983;80(16):4919-4921.

(124) Stein R, Sciaky-Gallili N, Razin A, Cedar H. Pattern of methylation of two genes coding for housekeeping functions. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1983;80(9 I):2422-2426.

(125) Vardimon L, Kressmann A, Cedar H, Maechler M, Doerfler W. Expression of a cloned adenovirus gene is inhibited by in vitro methylation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1982;79(4 I):1073-1077.

(126) Gruenbaum Y, Cedar H, Razin A. Substrate and sequence specificity of a eukaryotic DNA methylase. Nature 1982;295(5850):620-622.

(127) Naveh-Many T, Cedar H. Topographical distribution of 5-methylcytosine in animal and plant DNA. Mol Cell Biol 1982;2(7):758-762.

(128) Stein R, Razin A, Cedar H. In vitro methylation of the hamster adenine phosphoribosyltransferase gene inhibits its expression in mouse L cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1982;79(11 I):3418-3422.

(129) Gazit B, Cedar H, Lerer I, Voss R. Active genes are sensitive to deoxyribonuclease I during metaphase. Science 1982;217(4560):648-650.

(130) Stein R, Gruenbaum Y, Pollack Y, Razin A, Cedar H. Clonal inheritance of the pattern of DNA methylation in mouse cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1982;79(1):61-65.

(131) Cedar H, Stein R, Gruenbaum Y, Naveh-Many T, Sciaky-Gallili N, Razin A. Effect of DNA methylation on gene expression. COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMP QUANT BIOL 1982;47(2):605-609.

(132) Vardimon L, Kuhlmann I, Doerfler W, Cedar H. Methylation of adenovirus genes in transformed cells and in vitro: Influence of the regulation of gene expression? Eur J Cell Biol 1981;25(1):13-15.

(133) Gruenbaum Y, Naveh-many T, Cedar H, Razin A. Sequence specificity of methylation in higher plant DNA. Nature 1981;292(5826):860-862.

(134) Gruenbaum Y, Cedar H, Razin A. Restriction enzyme digestion of hemimethylated DNA. Nucleic Acids Res 1981;9(11):2509-2515.

(135) Quint A, Cedar H. In vitro methylation of DNA with Hpa II methylase. Nucleic Acids Res 1981;9(3):633-646.

(136) Gruenbaum Y, Stein R, Cedar H, Razin A. Methylation of CpG sequences in eukaryotic DNA. FEBS Lett 1981;124(1):67-71.

(137) Naveh-Many T, Cedar H. Active gene sequences are undermethylated. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1981;78(7 I):4246-4250.

(138) Gazit B, Cedar H. Nuclease sensitivity of active chromatin. Nucleic Acids Res 1980;8(22):5143-5156.

(139) Quint A, Cedar H. Hybridization analysis of the methylated bases of Escherichia coli DNA. BBA Section Nucleic Acids And Protein Synthesis 1980;606(2):387-389.

(140) Guttman-Bass N, Cedar H, Panet A. Quantification of newly synthesized virus RNA in Moloney murine leukaemia virus-infected cells. J Gen Virol 1980;48(2):341-350.

(141) Gazit B, Panet A, Cedar H. Reconstitution of a deoxyribonuclease I-sensitive structure on active genes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1980;77(4 I):1787-1790.

(142) Pollack Y, Stein R, Razin A, Cedar H. Methylation of foreign DNA sequences in eukaryotic cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1980;77(11):6463-6467.

(143) Cedar H, Solage A, Glaser G, Razin A. Direct detection of methylated cytosine in DNA by use of the restriction enzyme Mspl. Nucleic Acids Res 1979;6(6):2125-2132.

(144) Cedar H, Panet A. Activation of the endogenous proviral genes in mouse cells is not followed by increased sensitivity to deoxyribonuclease I digestion. J Gen Virol 1979;45(3):765-770.

(145) Levitt A, Axel R, Cedar H. Nick translation of active genes in intact nuclei. Dev Biol 1979;69(2):496-505.

(146) Weinstock R, Sweet R, Weiss M, Cedar H, Axel R. Intragenic DNA spacers interrupt the ovalbumin gene. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1978;75(3):1299-1303.

(147) Solage A, Cedar H. Organization of 5-Methylcytosine in Chromosomal DNA. Biochemistry 1978;17(14):2934-2938.

(148) Panet A, Cedar H. Selective degradation of integrated murine leukemia proviral DNA by deoxyribonucleases. Cell 1977;11(4):933-940.

(149) Razin A, Cedar H. Distribution of 5-methylcytosine in chromatin. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1977;74(7):2725-2728.

(150) Cedar H. Annealing and hybridization properties of herpes simplex virus type 1 DNA. J Gen Virol 1976;32(3):337-347.

(151) Bloch S, Cedar H. Methylation Of Chromatin Dna. Nucleic Acids Res 1976;3(6):1507-1520.

(152) Solage A, Cedar H. The kinetics of E. coli RNA polymerase. Nucleic Acids Res 1976;3(9):2207-2222.

(153) Solage A, Cedar H. RNA chain elongation on a chromatin template. Nucleic Acids Res 1976;3(9):2223-2231.

(154) Cedar H, Solage A, Zurucki F. Control of RNA synthesis by chromatin proteins. Nucleic Acids Res 1976;3(7):1659-1670.

(155) Bloch S, Cedar H. Proceedings: In vitro transcription from chromatin of slime molds. Isr J Med Sci 1975;11(11):1214-1215.

(156) Cedar H. Transcription of DNA and chromatin with calf thymus RNA polymerase B in vitro. J Mol Biol 1975;95(2):257-269.

(157) Axel R, Cedar H, Felsenfeld G. The Structure of the Globin Genes in Chromatin. Biochemistry 1975;14(11):2489-2495.

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