Publications

2015
Mareike Rudolf, Chana Kranzler, Hagar Lis, Ketty Margulis, Mara Stevanovic, Nir Keren, and Enrico Schleiff. 2015. “Multiple modes of iron uptake by the filamentous, siderophore-producing cyanobacterium, A nabaena sp. PCC 7120.” Molecular microbiology, 97, 3, Pp. 577–588.
2014
Chana Kranzler, Hagar Lis, Omri M Finkel, Georg Schmetterer, Yeala Shaked, and Nir Keren. 2014. “Coordinated transporter activity shapes high-affinity iron acquisition in cyanobacteria.” The ISME journal, 8, 2, Pp. 409.
Chana Kranzler, Hagar Lis, Omri M Finkel, Georg Schmetterer, Yeala Shaked, and Nir Keren. 2014. “Coordinated transporter activity shapes high-affinity iron acquisition in cyanobacteria.” The ISME journal, 8, 2, Pp. 409–417.
Shir Sharon, Eitan Salomon, Chana Kranzler, Hagar Lis, Robert Lehmann, Jens Georg, Hagit Zer, Wolfgang R Hess, and Nir Keren. 2014. “The hierarchy of transition metal homeostasis: iron controls manganese accumulation in a unicellular cyanobacterium.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics, 1837, 12, Pp. 1990–1997.
Gal Wittenberg, Alexander Levitan, Tamir Klein, Inbal Dangoor, Nir Keren, and Avihai Danon. 2014. “Knockdown of the A rabidopsis thaliana chloroplast protein disulfide isomerase 6 results in reduced levels of photoinhibition and increased D 1 synthesis in high light.” The plant journal, 78, 6, Pp. 1003–1013.
Ido Eisenberg, Shira Yochelis, Roy Ben-Harosh, Liron David, Adam Faust, Naama Even-Dar, Hesham Taha, Nancy M Haegel, Noam Adir, Nir Keren, and others. 2014. “Room temperature biological quantum random walk in phycocyanin nanowires.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16, 23, Pp. 11196–11201.
2013
Eitan Salomon, Leeat Bar-Eyal, Shir Sharon, and Nir Keren. 2013. “Balancing photosynthetic electron flow is critical for cyanobacterial acclimation to nitrogen limitation.” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics, 1827, 3, Pp. 340–347.
Haim Treves, Hagai Raanan, Omri Finkel, Simon M Berkowicz, Nir Keren, Yoram Shotland, and Aaron Kaplan. 2013. “FEMSEC B Dispatch: 27.6. 13 Journal: FEMSEC CE: Priya Lekshmi SG”.
Chana Kranzler, Mareike Rudolf, Nir Keren, and Enrico Schleiff. 2013. “Iron in cyanobacteria.” In Advances in botanical research, 65: Pp. 57–105. Academic Press.
Haim Treves, Hagai Raanan, Omri M Finkel, Simon M Berkowicz, Nir Keren, Yoram Shotland, and Aaron Kaplan. 2013. “A newly isolated Chlorella sp. from desert sand crusts exhibits a unique resistance to excess light intensity.” FEMS microbiology ecology, 86, 3, Pp. 373–380.
2012
Ariel Steiner, Pablo Szekely, Or Szekely, Tom Dvir, Roi Asor, NAOMI YUVAL-NAEH, Nir Keren, Ellina Kesselman, Dganit Danino, Roy Resh, and others. 2012. “Entropic attraction condenses like-charged interfaces composed of self-assembled molecules.” Langmuir, 28, 5, Pp. 2604–2613.
Ariel Steiner, Pablo Szekely, Or Szekely, Tom Dvir, Roi Asor, NAOMI YUVAL-NAEH, Nir Keren, Ellina Kesselman, Dganit Danino, Roy Resh, and others. 2012. “Entropic attraction condenses like-charged interfaces composed of self-assembled molecules.” Langmuir, 28, 5, Pp. 2604–2613.
2011
Eitan Salomon, Gernot Renger, and Nir Keren. 2011. “Mn transport and the assembly of photosystem II.” In Bioenergetic Processes of Cyanobacteria, Pp. 423–442. Springer, Dordrecht.
Itzhak Ohad, Alex Berg, Simon M Berkowicz, Aaron Kaplan, and Nir Keren. 2011. “Photoinactivation of photosystem II: is there more than one way to skin a cat?” Physiologia Plantarum, 142, 1, Pp. 79–86.
Itzhak Ohad, Alex Berg, Simon M Berkowicz, Aaron Kaplan, and Nir Keren. 2011. “Photoinactivation of photosystem II: is there more than one way to skin a cat?” Physiologia plantarum, 142, 1, Pp. 79–86.
Nir Keren and Anja Krieger-Liszkay. 2011. “Photoinhibition: molecular mechanisms and physiological significance.” Physiologia Plantarum, 142, 1, Pp. 1–5.
Nir Keren and Anja Krieger-Liszkay. 2011. “Photoinhibition: molecular mechanisms and physiological significance.” Physiologia Plantarum, 142, 1, Pp. 1–5.
Chana Kranzler, Hagar Lis, Yeala Shaked, and Nir Keren. 2011. “The role of reduction in iron uptake processes in a unicellular, planktonic cyanobacterium.” Environmental microbiology, 13, 11, Pp. 2990–2999.

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