Eyal Zinger, Ariel Gueijman, Uri Obolski, Yoav Ram, Eliya Ruby, Mor Binder, Nivi Yechieli, Nir Ohad*, Lilach Hadany*, The plant and the ant: less fit Lamium plants produce more dispersible seeds. Scientific Reports. 2019, 9: 6299
Rafael Yaari, Aviva Katz, Katherine Domb, Keith D. Harris, Assaf Zemach*, N. Ohad*. RdDM-independent de novo and heterochromatin 1 DNA methylation by plant CMT and DNMT3 orthologs. Nature Communication. Nat Commun. 2019; 10: 1613
Oliva M, Butenko Y, Hsieh TF, Hakim O, Katz A, Smorodinsky NI, Michaeli D, Fischer RL, Ohad N. FIE, a nuclear PRC2 protein, forms cytoplasmic complexes in Arabidopsis thaliana. J Exp Bot. 2016, 67(21):6111-6123.
I. Pereman, A. Mosquna, A. Katz, G. Wiedemann, D. Lang, E. L. Decker, Y. Tamada, T. Ishikawa, T. Nishiyama, M. Hasebe, R. Reski and N. Ohad. The Polycomb group protein CLF emerges as a specific tri-methylase of H3K27 regulating gene expression and development in Physcomitrella patens. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Gene Regulatory Mechanisms Vol. 1859 (7), 2016, (pp 860-870)
N.A. Horst, A. Katz, I. Pereman, E.L. Decker, N. Ohad* and R. Reski*. Expression of a single homeobox gene induces phase transition and asexual reproduction in moss. Nature plants 2016,
R. Yaari, C. N.-Malka,G. Wiedemann, N. A. Gershovitz , R. Reski, A. Katz and
N. Ohad. DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE 1 is involved in mCG and mCCG DNA methylation and is essential for sporophyte development in Physcomitrella patens. Plant Molecular Biology Vol. 88. (5), 2015, (pp 387-400).
C. N. Malka, R. Yaari, R. Itzhak, A. Mosquna, N. Aurbach, A. Katz and N. Ohad.
A single CMT methyltransferase homolog is involved in CHG DNA methylation and development of Physcomitrella patens. Plant Molecular Biology Vol. 84. (6), 2014, (pp 719-735).
Y. Butenko and N. Ohad. Polycomb-group mediated epigenetic mechanisms through plant evolution. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. Vol. 1809 (8), 2011 (pp. 395–406).
A. Mosquna, A. Katz, E. L. Decker, S. A Rensing,R. Reski and N. Ohad .Regulation of stem cell maintenance by the Polycomb protein FIE has been conserved during land plant evolution. Development Vol. 136(14) 2009 (pp. 2433-2444).
P. Jullien, A. Mosquna, M. Ingouff, T. Sakata, N. Ohad and F. Berger. Retinoblastoma and its binding partner MSI1 Control imprinting in Arabidopsis. PLoS Biol. Vol. 8(6), 2008 (pp. 1693-1705)
N. Ohad, K. Shichrur and S. Yalovsky. The analysis of protein-protein interactions in plants by Bimolecular Fluorescence Complementation (BiFC). Plant Physiol, Vol. 145, 2007 (pp. 1090–1099).
N. Ohad. Plant Development: Parental conflict overcome. Nature Vol. 447, 2007 (pp. 275-276).
K. Aviezer-Hagai, J. Skovorodnikova, M. Galigniana, O. Farchi-Pisanty, E. Maayan, S. Bocovza, Y. Efrat, P. Doring, N. Ohad andA. Breiman.Arabidopsis immunophilins ROF1 (AtFKBP62) and ROF2 (AtFKBP65) exhibit tissue specificity, are heat-stress induced, and bind HSP9. Plant Mol. Biol Vol. 63(2), 2007 (pp. 237-55).
P. Jullien, T. Kinoshita, N. Ohad, and F. Berger. Maintenance of DNA methylation during the Arabidopsis life cycle is essential for parental imprinting. Plant Cell. Vol. 18, 2006 (pp. 1360-1372).
P. Jullien, A. Katz, M. Oliva, N. Ohad* and F. Berger*. Polycomb group complexes self-regulate imprinting of the Polycomb group gene MEDEA in Arabidopsis.
Current Biology Vol. 16, 2006, (pp. 486–492).
A. Zemach, Y. Li, M. Oliva, A. Mosquna, H. Ben-Meir, Y. Avivi, N. Ohad, and G. Grafi. Different Domains Control the Localization and Mobility of LIKE HETEROCHROMATIN PROTEIN1 in Arabidopsis Nuclei. Plant Cell. Vol. 18, 2006, (pp. 133-145)
A. Eshel, A. Katz, Y. Waisel, N. Ohad. Roots of tomato respond to mechanical stimulation by induction of touch genes. Plant Biosystems Vol. 139/2, 2005, (pp. 209-213).
K. Bracha-Drori, K. Shichrur, A. Katz, M. Oliva, R. Angelovici, S. Yalovsky and N. Ohad. Detection of protein-protein interactions in plants by YFP fluorescence complementation. The Plant Journal Vol. 40, 2004 (pp. 4).
A. Mosquna, A. Katz, S. Shochat, G. Grafi and N. Ohad. Interaction of FIE a polycomb protein with pRb:possible mechanism regulating endosperm development. Mol Genet Genomics.Vol. 271, 2004 (pp. 651-657).
A. Katz, M. Oliva, A. Mosquna, O. Hakim, and. N. Ohad. FIE and CURLY LEAF polycomb proteins interact in the regulation of homeobox gene expression during sporophyte development. The Plant Journal Vol. 37, 2004 (pp. 707-719).
T-F. Hsieh, O. Hakim, N. Ohad and R. Fischer. From flour to flower: how polycomb group proteins influence multiple aspects of plant development. Trends Plant Sci. Vol. 9, 2003 (pp. 439-445).
R. Yadegari, T. Kinoshita, O. Lotan, G. Cohen, A.Katz, Y. Choi, A. Katz, K. Nakashima, J.J. Harada, R.B. Goldberg, R.L. Fischer, and N. Ohad. Mutations in the FIE and MEA genes that encode interacting polycomb proteins cause parent-of-origin effects on seed development by distinct mechanisms. The Plant Cell, Vol. 12, 2000 (pp. 2367-2382).
T. Kiyosue, N. Ohad, R.Yadegari , M. Hannon,J. Dinneny, D. Wells,A. Katz, L. Margossian, J.J. Harada, R.B. Goldberg,and R.L. Fischer.Control of fertilization-independent endosperm development by the MEDEA polycomb gene in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, Vol.96, 1999 (pp. 4186-4191).
N. Ohad, R. Yadegari, L. Margossian, M. Hannon, J. J. Harada, R. B. Goldberg, and R.L. Fischer. Mutation in FIE, a WD polycomb-group gene, allow endosperm development without fertilization. The Plant Cell, Vol. 11, 1999 (pp. 407-415).
L. Reiser, Z. Modrusan, L. Margossian, A. Samach, N. Ohad, G. Haughn and R.L. Fischer. The BELL1 gene encodes a homeodomain protein involved in pattern formation in the Arabidopsis ovule primordium. Cell, Vol. 83, 1995 (pp.753-742).
N. Ohad, L. Margossian, Y. Hsu, C. Williams and R. L. Fischer. A mutation that allows endosperm development without fertilization. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, Vol. 93, 1996 (pp. 5319-5324).
N. Ohad and J. Hirschberg. Mutations in the D1 subunit of photosystem II distinguish between the Quinone and herbicide-binding sites. The Plant Cell. Vol. 4, 1992 (pp. 273 282).
N. Ohad, D. Amir-Shapira, H. Koike, Y. Inoue, I. Ohad, and J. Hirschberg. Amino acid substitutions in the D1 protein of photosystem II affect QB- stabilization and accelerate turnover of D1. Z. Naturforsch, Vol. 45C, 1990 (pp. 402-408).
N. Ohad and J. Hirschberg. A similar structure of the herbicide binding site in photosystem II of plants and cyanobacteria is demonstrated by site-specific mutagenesis of psbA. Photosynthesis Res., Vol. 23, 1990 (pp. 73-79).