Lili Anglister

Anatomy and Cell Biology Hadassah Medical School, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, Israel 
"Lili Anglister"
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Blotnick-Rubin E, Anglister L. (2018) Fine Localization of Acetylcholinesterase in the Synaptic Cleft of the Vertebrate Neuromuscular Junction. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 11: 123
Blotnick E, Anglister L. (2016) Exercise modulates synaptic acetylcholinesterase at neuromuscular junctions. Neuroscience
Blotnick E, Hamra-Amitai Y, Wald C, et al. (2012) Changes in acetylcholinesterase in experimental autoimmune myasthenia gravis and in response to treatment with a specific antisense. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 36: 3077-85
Anglister L, Eichler J, Szabo M, et al. (1998) 125I-labeled fasciculin 2: a new tool for quantitation of acetylcholinesterase densities at synaptic sites by EM-autoradiography. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 81: 63-71
Rotundo RL, Rossi SG, Anglister L. (1997) Transplantation of quail collagen-tailed acetylcholinesterase molecules onto the frog neuromuscular synapse. The Journal of Cell Biology. 136: 367-74
Anglister L, Eichler J, Szabo M, et al. (1997) The use of fasciculin 2 for quantitative studies of cetylcholinesterase densities at synaptic sites Neuroscience Letters. 237: S3
Anglister L, Stiles JR, Salpeter MM. (1994) Acetylcholinesterase density and turnover number at frog neuromuscular junctions, with modeling of their role in synaptic function. Neuron. 12: 783-94
Anglister L, Haesaert B, McMahan UJ. (1994) Globular and asymmetric acetylcholinesterase in the synaptic basal lamina of skeletal muscle. The Journal of Cell Biology. 125: 183-96
Eichler J, Silman I, Anglister L. (1992) G2-acetylcholinesterase is presynaptically localized in Torpedo electric organ. Journal of Neurocytology. 21: 707-16
Anglister L. (1991) Acetylcholinesterase from the motor nerve terminal accumulates on the synaptic basal lamina of the myofiber. The Journal of Cell Biology. 115: 755-64
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