Researcher interests: Molecular mechanisms of cellular growth and differentiation: cryptobiosis-mechanisms of dormancy, and its termination. Biology of spore-forming bacteria. Biological control of insect pests. Science Policy.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Science
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Selected Publications

bonnie bassler, david thaler, joshua lederberg, Alexander Keynan, zeena nackerdien
quorum sensing influences vibrio harveyi growth rates in a manner not fully accounted for by the marker effect of bioluminescence (2008)| PLOS ONE| Read more
alex keynan, Alexander Keynan, naomi sandler
cell cycle dependent phosphatase activity in bacillus subtilis (2007)| Journal of Basic Microbiology| Read more
alex keynan, bar, Alexander Keynan, makayoto, naomi sandler
expression of chromosomally inserted bacillus thuringiensis israelensis toxin genes in bacillus sphaericus (1998)| Journal of Invertebrate Pathology| Read more
alex keynan, bar, Alexander Keynan, makayoto, naomi sandler
regular articleexpression of chromosomally insertedbacillus thuringiensis israelensistoxin genes inbacillus sphaericus (1998)| Journal of Invertebrate Pathology| Read more
alex keynan, Alexander Keynan, naomi sandler
membrane protein phosphorylation in the bacillus subtilis cell cycle (1992)| Fems Microbiology Letters| Read more
alex keynan, halvorson, hassia boschwitz, Alexander Keynan, lia gofshteingandman, milner
the possible involvement of trypsin like enzymes in germination of spores of bacillus cereus t and bacillus subtilis 168 (1991)| Microbiology| Read more
alex keynan, bar, Alexander Keynan, liemanhurwitz, naomi sandler, rahamim
cloning and expression of bacillus thuringiensis israelensis δ endotoxin dna in b sphaericus (1991)| Journal of Invertebrate Pathology| Read more
alex keynan, bar, judith hurwitz, Alexander Keynan, naomi sandler, phina bashkin
genetically engineered bacillus sphaerocus producing larvicidal toxin from bacillus thuringiensis var israelensis (1990)| | Read more
Alexander Keynan, lia gofshteingandman, Aharon Oren
hydrolysis of n benzoyl d arginine p nitroanilide by members of the haloanaerobiaceae additional evidence that haloanaerobium praevalens is related to endospore forming bacteria (1989)| Fems Microbiology Letters| Read more

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