Researcher interests: Developmental biology: cell migration, intracellular localization of RNA in oocytes and embryos, formation of embryonic axes. Cell and molecular biology: intracellular RNA localization in somatic cells, regulation of mRNAs by VICKZ proteins, generation and use of aptamers for targeting cell surface antigens and small molecules. Cancer biology: role of VICKZ proteins in cancer progression and metastasis.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

froma oberman, joel k yisraeli, malka berman, nava ginzach, rachel miloslavski, yael maizels, Joel Yisraeli
localization of cofilin mrna to the leading edge of migrating cells promotes directed cell migration (2015)| Journal of Cell Science| Read more
Adrianna Kalous, christine e holt, james i stake, joel k yisraeli, Joel Yisraeli
rna binding protein vg1rbp regulates terminal arbor formation but not long range axon navigation in the developing visual system (2014)| Developmental Neurobiology| Read more
joel k yisraeli, Joel Yisraeli
interior cell design vickz proteins mediate rna localization and cell function (2012)| | Read more
ariel m rubinstein, froma oberman, joel k yisraeli, kinneret rand, yael maizels, Joel Yisraeli
vickz proteins mediate cell migration via their rna binding activity (2007)| RNA| Read more
joel k yisraeli, kinneret rand, Joel Yisraeli
vg1 rna localization in oocytes in the absence of xvickz3 rna binding activity (2007)| Differentiation| Read more
caryn grenfield, debra goldmanwohl, drorith hochnercelnikier, gilad w vainer, joel k yisraeli, tal imbar, Joel Yisraeli
temporal and cell specific regulation of the rna binding protein vickz in normal and pathological placentae (2006)| American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology| Read more
joel k yisraeli, Joel Yisraeli
rna localization and cell polarity a cellular pas de deux (2005)| Biology of the Cell| Read more
joel k yisraeli, Joel Yisraeli
vickz proteins a multi talented family of regulatory rna binding proteins (2005)| Biology of the Cell| Read more
debra goldmanwohl, diana prus, drorith hochnercelnikier, joel k yisraeli, milka matanes, s yagel, Joel Yisraeli
pathogenesis of placenta accreta is not related to over invasiveness of the trophoblast (2004)| American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology| Read more
joel k yisraeli, karina yaniv, Joel Yisraeli
the involvement of a conserved family of rna binding proteins in embryonic development and carcinogenesis (2002)| Gene| Read more

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