Naomi Keren, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Life Sciences Bar-Ilan University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem District, Israel 
Area:
Compartmental Modeling, Genetic Algorithms
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Treves H, Raanan H, Kedem I, et al. (2016) The mechanisms whereby the green alga Chlorella ohadii, isolated from desert soil crust, exhibits unparalleled photodamage resistance New Phytologist
Raanan H, Oren N, Treves H, et al. (2015) Simulated soil crust conditions in a chamber system provide new insights on cyanobacterial acclimation to desiccation. Environmental Microbiology
Bar-Eyal L, Eisenberg I, Faust A, et al. (2015) An easily reversible structural change underlies mechanisms enabling desert crust cyanobacteria to survive desiccation. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1847: 1267-73
Keren N, Konikoff FM, Paitan Y, et al. (2015) Interactions between the intestinal microbiota and bile acids in gallstones patients. Environmental Microbiology Reports
Rudolf M, Kranzler C, Lis H, et al. (2015) Multiple modes of iron uptake by the filamentous, siderophore-producing cyanobacterium, Anabaena sp. PCC 7120. Molecular Microbiology
Raanan H, Felde VJ, Peth S, et al. (2015) Three-dimensional structure and cyanobacterial activity within a desert biological soil crust. Environmental Microbiology
Keren NI, Taheri S, Vazey EM, et al. (2015) Histologic validation of locus coeruleus MRI contrast in post-mortem tissue. Neuroimage. 113: 235-45
Salomon E, Keren N. (2015) Acclimation to environmentally relevant Mn concentrations rescues a cyanobacterium from the detrimental effects of iron limitation Environmental Microbiology. 17: 2090-2098
Lis H, Shaked Y, Kranzler C, et al. (2015) Iron bioavailability to phytoplankton: an empirical approach. The Isme Journal. 9: 1003-13
Lis H, Kranzler C, Keren N, et al. (2015) A comparative study of Iron uptake rates and mechanisms amongst marine and fresh water Cyanobacteria: prevalence of reductive Iron uptake Life. 5: 841-860
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