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Gutwillig, A., Santana-Magal, N., Farhat-Younis, L., et al. (2022).

Transient cell-in-cell formation underlies tumor relapse and resistance to immunotherapy.

eLife, 11, e80315.

Soffer, A., Mahly, A., Padmanabhan, K., Cohen, J., Adir, O., Loushi, E., Fuchs, Y., Williams, S. E., & Luxenburg, C. (2022).

Apoptosis and tissue thinning contribute to symmetric cell division in the developing mouse epidermis in a nonautonomous way.

PLoS biology, 20(8), e3001756.

Sedov, E., Koren, E., Chopra, S., Ankawa, R., Yosefzon, Y., Yusupova, M., Weiss, L. E., Mahly, A., Soffer, A., Feldman, A., Luxenburg, C., Shechtman, Y., & Fuchs, Y. (2022).

THY1-mediated mechanisms converge to drive YAP activation in skin homeostasis and repair.

Nature cell biology, 24(7), 1049–1063.

Mahly, A., Padmanabhan, K., Soffer, A., Cohen, J., Omar, J., Sagi-Eisenberg, R., & Luxenburg, C. (2022).

Anillin governs mitotic rounding during early epidermal development. BMC biology, 20(1), 145.


Padmanabhan, K.,  Grobe, H.,  Cohen, J.,  Soffer, A.,  Mahly, A.,  Adir, O.,  Zaidel-Bar, R., and  Luxenburg, C. (2020)

Thymosin b4 is essential for adherens junction stability and epidermal planar cell polarity.

Development 2020 Dec 11;147(23):dev193425. doi: 10.1242/dev.193425.

Loganathan, S.K., Malik, A., Langille, E., Luxenburg, C., Schramek, D. (2020).

In Vivo CRISPR/Cas9 Screening to Simultaneously Evaluate Gene Function in Mouse Skin and Oral Cavity.

J. Vis. Exp.  e61693, doi:10.3791/61693.


Nadar-Ponniah, P. T., Taiber, S., Caspi, M., Koffler-Brill, T., Dror, A. A., Siman-Tov, R., Rubinstein, M., Padmanabhan, K., Luxenburg, C., Lang, R. A., Avraham, K. B., & Rosin-Arbesfeld, R. (2020).

"Striatin Is Required for Hearing and Affects Inner Hair Cells and Ribbon Synapses."

Frontiers in cell and developmental biology, 8, 615.

Azazmeh, N., Assouline, B., Winter, E., Ruppo, S., Nevo, Y., Maly, A., Meir, K., Witkiewicz, A. K., Cohen, J., Rizou, S. V., Pikarsky, E., Luxenburg, C., Gorgoulis, V. G., & Ben-Porath, I. (2020).

"Chronic expression of p16INK4a in the epidermis induces Wnt-mediated hyperplasia and promotes tumor initiation."

Nature communications, 11(1), 2711.


Doron H, Amer M, Ershaid N, Blazquez R, Shani O, Lahav TG, Cohen N, Adler O, Hakim Z, Pozzi S, Scomparin A, Cohen J, Yassin M, Monteran L, Grossman R, Tsarfaty G, Luxenburg C, Satchi-Fainaro R, Pukrop T, Erez N. (2019)

"Inflammatory Activation of Astrocytes Facilitates Melanoma Brain Tropism via the CXCL10-CXCR3 Signaling Axis."

Cell Rep. 2019 Aug 13;28(7):1785-1798.e6.


Cohen J. and Luxenburg C. (2019)

"Wave of the future: involvement of actin polymerization in the regulation of tissue growth and shape. " 

Mol Cell Oncol. 2019 May 29;6(5):e1609877


Luxenburg C, and Zaidel-Bar R. (2019)

“From cell shape to cell fate via the cytoskeleton — insights from the epidermis.”

Exp. Cell Res. 2019 May 15;378(2):232-237.


Cohen J, Raviv S, Adir O, Padmanabhan K, Soffer A, and Luxenburg C. (2019)

“The Wave complex controls epidermal morphogenesis and proliferation by suppressing Wnt–Sox9 signaling.” 

J Cell Biol. 2019 Apr 1;218(4):1390-1406.

Bhattacharya S, Serror L, Nir E, Dhiraj D, Altshuler A, Khreish M, Tiosano B, Hasson P, Panman L, Luxenburg C, Aberdam D, Shalom-Feuerstein R. (2019)

“SOX2 Regulates P63 and Stem/Progenitor Cell State in the Corneal Epithelium.”

Stem Cells. 2019 Mar;37(3):417-429. 


Dor-On E, Raviv S, Cohen Y, Adir O, Padmanabhan K, Luxenburg C. (2017) "T-plastin is essential for basement membrane assembly and epidermal morphogenesis" 

Science Signaling. 2017 May 30;10(481). pii: eaal3154. 

Luxenburg C and Geiger B. (2017)

“Multiscale view of cytoskeletal mechanoregulation of cell and tissue polarity”

Handb Exp Pharmacol. 235:263-284

Peled A, Sarig O, Samuelov L, Bertolini M, Ziv L, Weissglas-Volkov D, Eskin-Schwartz M, Adase CA, Malchin N, Bochner R, Fainberg G, Goldberg I, Sugawara K, Baniel A, Tsuruta D, Luxenburg C, Adir N, Duverger O, Morasso M, Shalev S, Gallo RL, Shomron N, Paus R, Sprecher E. (2016)

“Mutations in TSPEAR, encoding a regulator of Notch signaling, affect tooth and hair follicle morphogenesis”

PLoS Genet  13;12(10):e1006369. 

Zaidel-Bar R, Zhenhuan G, and Luxenburg C. (2015)

“The contractome: a systems view of actomyosin contractility in non-muscle cells”

J. Cell Sci. 15;128(12):2209-17

Luxenburg C, Heller E, Pasolli HA, Chai S, Stokes N, and Fuchs E. (2015) “WDR1-mediated cell shape dynamics and cortical tension are essential for epidermal planar cell polarity”

Nature Cell Biol. 17(5):592-604

Luxenburg C, Pasolli HA, Williams SE, and Fuchs E. (2011) “Developmental roles for Srf, cortical cytoskeleton and cell shape in epidermal spindle orientation”

Nature Cell Biol. 13(3):203-14

Luxenburg C, Winograd-Katz S, Addadi L, and Geiger B. (2012) “Involvement of actin polymerization in podosome dynamics”

J. Cell Sci., 125, 1666-1672

Granot-Attas S, Luxenburg C, Finkelshtein E, and Elson A.(2009)

“Protein tyrosine phosphatase epsilon regulates integrin-mediated podosome stability in osteoclasts by activating Src”

Mol Biol Cell. (20):4324-34

Luxenburg C, Geblinger D, Klein E, Anderson K Hanein D, Geiger B, and Addadi L. (2007)

“The architecture of the adhesive apparatus of cultured osteoclasts: from podosome formation to sealing-zone assembly”

PLoS ONE. 2(1):e179

Luxenburg C, Parsons JT, Addadi L, and Geiger B. (2006)

“Involvement of the Src-Cortactin pathway in podosome formation and turnover during polarization of cultured osteoclasts”

J Cell Sci. 119(23):4878-88.

Luxenburg C, Addadi L, and Geiger B. (2006)

“The molecular dynamics of osteoclast adhesion”

Eur J Cell Biol. 85(3-4):203-11.

Chiusaroli R, Knobler H, Luxenburg C, Sanjay A, Granot-Attas S, Tiran Z, Miyazaki T, Harmelin A, Baron R, and Elson A. (2004)

“Tyrosine phosphatase epsilon is a positive regulator of osteoclast function in vitro and in vivo.”

Mol Biol Cell. 15(1):234-44.




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