Shlomo Rotshenker

Hadassah Medical School, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Israel 
regeneration, microglia
"Shlomo Rotshenker"
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Connor EA, Sugarman H, Rotshenker S. (1991) Molecular alterations in the perijunctional region of frog skeletal muscle fibres following denervation. Journal of Neurocytology. 20: 323-31
Tal M, Rotshenker S. (1983) Recycling of synaptic vesicles in motor nerve endings separated from their target muscle fibers. Brain Research. 270: 131-3
Rotshenker S. (1979) Synapse formation in intact innervated cutaneous-pectoris muscles of the frog following denervation of the opposite muscle. The Journal of Physiology. 292: 535-47
Erulkar SD, Rahamimoff R, Rotshenker S. (1978) Quelling of spontaneous transmitter release by nerve impulses in low extracellular calcium solutions. The Journal of Physiology. 278: 491-500
Rotshenker S, Erulkar SD, Rahamimoff R. (1976) Reduction in the frequency of miniature end-plate potentials by nerve stimulation in low calcium solutions. Brain Research. 101: 362-5
Rotshenker S, McMahan UJ. (1976) Altered patterns of innervation in frog muscle after denervation. Journal of Neurocytology. 5: 719-30
Rahamimoff R, Erulkar SD, Alnaes E, et al. (1976) Modulation of transmitter release by calcium ions and nerve impulses. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 40: 107-16
Alnaes E, Rahamimoff R, Rotshenker S, et al. (1975) Mitochondrial inhibitors and transmitter release at the frog neuromuscular junction Israel Journal of Medical Sciences. 11: 67-68
Rotshenker S, Palti Y. (1973) Changes in fraction of current penetrating an axon as a function of duration of stimulating pulse. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 41: 401-7
Rotshenker S, Rahamimoff R. (1972) [Editorial: The pathophysiology of myasthenia gravis and the myasthenic syndrome]. Harefuah. 83: 344-5
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