Researcher interests: Neurotoxic effects of aluminum. Modulation of synaptic activity by drugs and hormones. Molecular mechanisms of endocytosis and exocytosis.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Medicine - IMRIC
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Selected Publications

Halina Meiri, rami rahamimoff, ronit ahduthacohen
atp dependence of the non specific ion channel in torpedo synaptic vesicles (2006)| Neuroreport| Read more
dessislava duridanova, Halina Meiri, rami rahamimoff, ronit ahduthacohen
hydrogen ions control synaptic vesicle ion channel activity in torpedo electromotor neurones (2004)| The Journal of Physiology| Read more
cherkivakil, Halina Meiri, simona ginsburg
the difference in shape of spontaneous and uniquantal evoked synaptic potentials in frog muscle (1995)| The Journal of Physiology| Read more
anna rousseau, eyal banin, Halina Meiri, michal roll
toxic effects of aluminium on nerve cells and synaptic transmission (1993)| Progress in Neurobiology| Read more
Halina Meiri, nadav sorek
aluminium modifies the electrical response of neuroblastoma cells to a short hypertonic pulse (1992)| Archives of Toxicology| Read more
Halina Meiri, ronit cherkivakil
postsynaptic effects of dmso at the frog neuromuscular junction (1991)| Brain Research| Read more
edward kravitz, Halina Meiri, muhammad abdulghani, rami rahamimoff
protein phosphatase inhibitor okadaic acid enhances transmitter release at neuromuscular junctions (1991)| Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America| Read more
Halina Meiri, shimoni
effects of aluminium on electrical and mechanical properties of frog atrial muscle (1991)| British Journal of Pharmacology| Read more
eyal banin, Halina Meiri, michal roll
aluminum ingestion is it related to dementia (1991)| Reviews on environmental health| Read more
Halina Meiri, muhammad abdulghani, rami rahamimoff
vasopressin produces long lasting increase in transmitter release (1990)| Brain Research| Read more

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