Publications

 

    • Ophir Shalem, lucas Carey, Dan Zeevi, Eilon Sharon, Adina Weinberger, Orna Dahan, Yitzhak Pilpel, and Eran Segal (2013). “Measurements of the impact of 3′ end sequences on gene expression reveal wide range and sequence dependent effects”. PLOS Computational Biol. 9(3) e1002934 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Avihu Yona, Yair Manor, Rebacca Herbst, Gal Romano, Martin Kupiec, Yitzhak Pilpel and Orna Dahan (2012). “Chromosomal duplication is a transient evolutionary solution to stress”. PNAS 109(51):21010-5 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Hila Gingold, Orna Dahan and Yitzhak Pilpel (2012). “Dynamic Changes of translation efficiency deduced by analysis of environment-dependent codon usage patterns”. Nucleic Acids Res. 40(20):10053-63 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Ophir Shalem, Bella Groisman, Mordechai Choder, Orna Dahan# and Yitzhak Pilpel# (2011). “Transcriptome kinetics is governed by a genome-wide coupling of mRNA production and degradation: a role for RNA PolII”. PLoS Genet. 7(9): e1002273 (PubMed, PDF) (# Equal contribution)
    • Orna Dahan, Hila Gingold, and Yitzhak Pilpel (2011). “Regulatory mechanisms and networks couple the various phases of gene expression”. Trends Genet. 27(8):316-22 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Tamir Tuller, Asaf Carmi, Kalin Vestsigian, Sivan Navon, Yuval Dorfan, John Zaborske, Tao Pan, Orna Dahan, Itay Furman, and Yitzhak Pilpel (2010). “An evolutionarily conserved mechanism for controlling the efficiency of protein translation”. Cell 141(2):344-54 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Amir Mitchell, Gal.H.Romano, Martin Kupiec, Orna Dahan#, and Yitzhak Pilpel# (2009). “Adaptive prediction of environmental changes by microorganisms”. Nature 460(7252):220-4 (PubMed, PDF) (# Equal contribution)
    • Ophir Shalem, Orna Dahan, Michal Levo1, Maria Rodriguez Martinez1, Itay Furman, Eran Segal, and Yitzhak Pilpel (2008). “Transient transcriptional responses to stress are generated by opposing effects of mRNA production and degradation”. Mol Syst Biol. 4:223 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Kafri Ran #, Dahan Orna#, and Yitzhak Pilpel (2008). “Preferential protection of protein interaction network hubs in yeast: evolved functionality of genetic redundancy”. PNAS 105(4):1243-8 (PubMed, PDF) (# Equal contribution)
    • Dahan Orna and Martin Kupiec (2004). “The Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene CDC40/PRP17 controls cell cycle progression through splicing of the ANC1 gene”. Nucleic Acids Res. 32(8):2529-40 (PubMed, PDF)
    • Dahan Orna and Martin Kupiec (2002). “Mutations in genes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae encoding pre-mRNA splicing factors cause cell cycle arrest through activation of the spindle checkpoint”. Nucleic Acids Res. 30(20):4361-70 (PubMed, PDF)