Gavish Moshe - Associate Professor

moshe gavish

Journal articles

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Items 1 – 10

1: Veenman L., Levin E., Weisinger G., Leschiner S., Spanier I., Snyder S. H., Weizman A., Gavish M.
Peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptor density in vitro tumoregenicity of glioma cell line. In press
Biochem. Pharmacol. 01/10/2004;


2: Ritsner M., Modai I., Gibel A., Leschiner S., Silver H., Tsinovoy G., Weizman A., Gavish M.
Decreased platelet peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptors in persistently violent schizophrenia patients.
J. Psychiatr. 01/05/2003; 37: 549 – 556


3: Flaishon R., Weinbroum A.A., Veenman L., Leschiner S., Rudick V., Gavish M.
Flumazenil attenuates development of tolerance to diazepam after chronic treatment of mice with either isoflurane or diazepam.
Anesth Analg. 01/01/2003; 97: 1046 – 1052


4: Veenman L., Leschiner S., Spanier I., Weisinger G., Weizman A., Gavish M.
PK 11195 attenuates kainic acid-induced seizures and alterations in peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptor (PBR) protein components in the rat brain.
J. Neurochem. 01/11/2002; 80: 917 – 927


5: Maaser K., Grabowski P., Sutter A.P., Hopfner M., Foss H.D., Stein H., Berger G., Gavish M., Zeitz M., Scheruebl H.
Overexpression of the peripheral benzodiazepine receptor is a relevant prognostic factor in stage III colorectal cancer.
Clin. Cancer Res. 01/09/2002; 8: 3205 – 3209


6: Lehmann J., Weizman R., Leschiner S., Feldon J., Gavish M.
Peripheral benzodiazepine receptors reflect trait (early handling) but not state (avoidance learning).
Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav. 01/01/2002; 73: 87 – 93


7: Golani I., Weizman A., Leschiner S., Eckstein N., Limor R, Yanai J., Weisinger G., Gavish M.
Hormonal regulation of peripheral benzodiazepine receptor binding properties is mediated by subunit interaction.
Biochemistry 01/09/2001; 40: 10213 – 10222


8: Maaser K., Hopfner M., Jansen A., Weisinger G., Gavish M., Kozikowski A.P., Weizman A., Carayon P., Riecken E.O., Zeitz M., Scheruebl H.
Maaser K., Hopfner M., Jansen A., Weisinger G., Gavish M., Kozikowski A.P., Weizman A., Specific ligands of the peripheral benzodiazepine receptor induce apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in human colorectal cancer cells. Br. J. Cancer 85:1771-1780.
Br. J. Cancer 01/07/2001; 85: 1771 – 1780


9: Avital A., Richter-Levin G., Leschiner S., Spanier I., Veenman L., Weizman A., Gavish M.
Acute and repeated swim stress effects on peripheral benzodiazepine receptors in the rat adrenal, hippocampus, and kidney.
Neuropsychopharmacology 01/02/2001; 25: 669 – 678


10: Veenman L., Gavish M.
Peripheral-type benzodiazepine receptors: Their implication in Brain Disease.
Drug Dev. Res 01/01/2000; 50: 355 – 370