Yinon Ben- Neriah

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Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
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Avraham Yaron grad student Hebrew University (Chemistry Tree)
Steffen Jung post-doc 1993-1997 Hebrew University (Microtree)
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Katlinskaya YV, Katlinski KV, Lasri A, et al. (2016) Type 1 interferons control proliferation and function of intestinal epithelium. Molecular and Cellular Biology
Finkin S, Yuan D, Stein I, et al. (2015) Ectopic lymphoid structures function as microniches for tumor progenitor cells in hepatocellular carcinoma. Nature Immunology
Ben-Neriah Y. (2015) One more wheel for a processing machine. Cell Death and Differentiation. 22: 1235-6
Mudduluru G, Abba M, Batliner J, et al. (2015) A Systematic Approach to Defining the microRNA Landscape in Metastasis. Cancer Research. 75: 3010-9
Lasry A, Ben-Neriah Y. (2015) Senescence-associated inflammatory responses: aging and cancer perspectives. Trends in Immunology. 36: 217-28
Wiener Z, Högström J, Hyvönen V, et al. (2014) [Prox1 promotes expansion of the colorectal cancer stem cell population to fuel tumor growth and ischemia resistance]. Duodecim; Lã¤ã¤Ketieteellinen Aikakauskirja. 130: 2208
Hefetz-Sela S, Stein I, Klieger Y, et al. (2014) Acquisition of an immunosuppressive protumorigenic macrophage phenotype depending on c-Jun phosphorylation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 17582-7
Wiener Z, Högström J, Hyvönen V, et al. (2014) Prox1 promotes expansion of the colorectal cancer stem cell population to fuel tumor growth and ischemia resistance. Cell Reports. 8: 1943-56
Wiener Z, Band AM, Kallio P, et al. (2014) Oncogenic mutations in intestinal adenomas regulate Bim-mediated apoptosis induced by TGF-β. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: E2229-36
Horwitz E, Stein I, Andreozzi M, et al. (2014) Human and mouse VEGFA-amplified hepatocellular carcinomas are highly sensitive to sorafenib treatment. Cancer Discovery. 4: 730-43
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