Researcher interests: Drug addiction: elucidating the cellular and synaptic mechanisms by which drugs of abuse such as cocaine and ethanol regulate ion channels function in the mesolimbic dopamine system.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

alexey bingor, Rami Yaka
using toxins in brain slice recordings (2020)| Methods of Molecular Biology| Read more
danny benzvi, hadar arienzakay, james b koprich, jochen roeper, jonathan m brotchie, joshua a goldberg, joshua goldberg, lora kovacheva, menachem hanani, ruth e musgrove, weihua chiu, Rami Yaka
α synuclein induced kv4 channelopathy in mouse vagal motoneurons causes non motor parkinsonian symptoms (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
Ron Kohen, ran numa, tehila beiser, Rami Yaka
chronic treatment with tempol during acquisition or withdrawal from cpp abolishes the expression of cocaine reward and diminishes oxidative damage (2017)| Scientific Reports| Read more
Anat Biegon, dalia shabashov, Esther Shohami, sigal lirazzaltsman, Rami Yaka
neuroinflammation induced memory deficits are amenable to treatment with d cycloserine (2016)| Journal of Molecular Neuroscience| Read more
tatyana poltyrev, Rami Yaka
influence of abstinence and intervals between extinction trials on the expression of cocaine conditioned place preference in adolescent rats (2013)| Psychopharmacology| Read more
elena rotfeld, hadar arienzakay, Henry Matzner, peter i lelkes, philip lazarovici, rinat tabakman, shimon lecht, Rami Yaka
neuroprotective effects of nimodipine and nifedipine in the ngf differentiated pc12 cells exposed to oxygen glucose deprivation or trophic withdrawal (2012)| International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience| Read more
avner michaeli, Henry Matzner, tatyana poltyrev, Rami Yaka
modifications of the input currents on vta dopamine neurons following acute versus chronic cocaine exposure (2012)| Neuropharmacology| Read more
abraham zangen, gal yadid, noam barneaygael, osnat m benshahar, Rami Yaka
cue induced reinstatement of cocaine seeking in the rat conflict model effect of prolonged home cage confinement (2012)| Psychopharmacology| Read more

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