Itzchak Parnas

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 
"Itzchak Parnas"
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Ben Chaim Y, Bochnik S, Parnas I, et al. (2013) Voltage affects the dissociation rate constant of the m2 muscarinic receptor. Plos One. 8: e74354
Dekel N, Priest MF, Parnas H, et al. (2012) Depolarization induces a conformational change in the binding site region of the M2 muscarinic receptor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 285-90
Kupchik YM, Barchad-Avitzur O, Wess J, et al. (2011) A novel fast mechanism for GPCR-mediated signal transduction--control of neurotransmitter release. The Journal of Cell Biology. 192: 137-51
Kupchik YM, Parnas H, Parnas I. (2011) A novel, extremely fast, feedback inhibition of glutamate release in the crayfish neuromuscular junction. Neuroscience. 172: 44-54
Parnas I, Parnas H. (2010) Control of neurotransmitter release: From Ca2+ to voltage dependent G-protein coupled receptors. PflüGers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 460: 975-90
Kupchik YM, Rashkovan G, Ohana L, et al. (2008) Molecular mechanisms that control initiation and termination of physiological depolarization-evoked transmitter release. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 4435-40
Parnas H, Parnas I. (2007) The chemical synapse goes electric: Ca2+- and voltage-sensitive GPCRs control neurotransmitter release. Trends in Neurosciences. 30: 54-61
Ben-Chaim Y, Chanda B, Dascal N, et al. (2006) Movement of 'gating charge' is coupled to ligand binding in a G-protein-coupled receptor. Nature. 444: 106-9
Khanin R, Parnas I, Parnas H. (2006) On the feedback between theory and experiment in elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying neurotransmitter release. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 68: 997-1009
Ohana L, Barchad O, Parnas I, et al. (2006) The metabotropic glutamate G-protein-coupled receptors mGluR3 and mGluR1a are voltage-sensitive. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 281: 24204-15
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