Publications

Papers

96. Pinhassi, Roy , Dan Kallmann, Gadiel Saper, Hen Dotan, Artyom Linkov, Asaf Kay, Varda Liveanu, Gadi Schuster, Noam Adir, and Avner Rothschild. “Hybrid bio-photo-electro-chemical cells for solar water splitting.” Nature Communications 7 (2016) http://www.nature.com/ncomms/2016/160823/ncomms12552/full/ncomms12552.html.

95. Harris, Dvir, … & Adir, N. et al. “Orange carotenoid protein burrows into the phycobilisome to provide photoprotection.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016): 201523680. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/12/E1655.full.pdf

94. Navon, S. P., Kornberg, G., Chen, J., Schwartzman, T., Tsai, A., Puglisi, E. V., … & Adir, N. (2016). Amino acid sequence repertoire of the bacterial proteome and the occurrence of untranslatable sequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201606518. (http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/06/14/1606518113.full)

93. Structure of the bovine COPI δ-subunit μ-homology domain at 2.15 Å resolution. A. Lahav, H. Rozenberg, A. Parnis, D. Cassel and N. Adir Acta Crystallographica D, D71 doi:10.1107/S1399004715006203 2015.

92. Photosynthetic membranes of Synechocystis or plants convert sunlight to photocurrent through different pathways due to different architectures. R.I. Pinhassi, D. Kallmann, G. Saper, S. Larom, A. Linkov, A. Boulouis, M-A. Schöttler, R. Bock, A. Rothschild, N. Adir* and G. Schuster*. PLoS Apr 27;10(4):e0122616. (2015). (*corresponding authors).

91. The Photosystem II D1-K238E mutation enhances electrical current production using cyanobacterial thylakoid membranes in a bio-photoelectrochemical cell. S. Larom, D. Kallmann, G. Saper, R.I. Pinhassi, A. Rothschild, H. Dotan, G. Ankonina, G. Schuster* and N. Adir*. Photosynthesis Research In press (2015). (*corresponding authors).

90. Evidence of additional excitation energy transfer pathways in the phycobiliprotein antenna system of Acaryochloris marina. A.C. Nganou, L. David, N. Adir, D. Pouhe, M.J. Deen, and M. Mkandawire. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences. 14(2):429-38 (2015).

89. Investigation of Phycobilisome subunit interaction interfaces by coupled cross-linking and mass spectrometry. O. Tal, B. Trabelcy, Y. Gerchman, and N. Adir. Journal of Biological Chemistry 289(48):33084-97 (2014).

88. Determination of tyrosinase substrate binding modes reveals mechanistic differences between type-3 copper proteins. M. Goldfeder, M. Kanteev, S. Isaschar-Ovdat, N. Adir and A. Fishman. Nature Communications 5: 4505 (2014). (*corresponding authors).

87. Olmsted syndrome caused by a homozygous recessive mutation in TRPV3 O. Eytan, D. Fuchs-Telem, B. Mevorach, M. Indelman, R. Bergman, O. Sarig, I. Goldberg, N. Adir and E. Sprecher. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 134(6):1752-1754 (2014). 

PCCP_14_cover86. Room temperature biological quantum random walk in phycocyanin nanowires. I. Eisenberg, S. Yochelis, R. Ben-Harosh, L. David, A. Faust, N.Even-Dar, H. Taha, N.M. Haegel,  N. Adir, N. Keren and Y. Paltiel. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16(23): 11196-11201 (2014). (Issue Cover illustration)

85. The Entamoeba histolytica Dnmt2 homolog (Ehmeth) confers resistance to nitrosative stress. R. Hertz, A. Tovy, M. Kirschenbaum, M. Geffen, T. Nozaki, N. Adir and S. Ankri. Eukaryotic Cell, 13(4): 494-503 (2014).

84. Piecing Together the Phycobilisome. A. Marx, L. David and N. Adir. in: The Structural Basis of Biological Energy Generation. Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration Series (Editors: Martin Hohmann-Marriot and Thomas D. Sharkey). Volume 39. Springer, Dordrect pp. 59-76 (2014). PBS_rev_11 PBS_rev_11_figs

83. Structural characteristics that stabilize or destabilize different assembly levels of Phycocyanin by urea. A. Marx and N. Adir. Photosynthesis Research, 121(1): 87-93  (2014). 

82. Structural studies show energy transfer within stabilized Phycobilisomes independent of the mode of rod-core assembly. L. David, M. Prado, A. A. Arteni, D.A. Elmlund, R. E. Blankenship and N. Adir. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Bioenergetics. 1837(3):385-389 (2014).

81. Activation and Deactivation of Vibronic Channel in Intact Phycocyanin Rod. C. Nganou, L. David, R. Meinke,  N. Adir,  J.  Maultzsch, M. Mkandawire,D. Pouhèand C. Thomsen. Journal of Chemical Physics, 140(8):85101. (2014).

80. Changes in tyrosinase specificity by ionic liquids and sodium dodecyl sulfate. M. Goldfeder, M. Egozy, V. Shuster Ben-Yosef, N. Adir and A. Fishman. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 97, 1953-61 (2013).

79. Allophycocyanin and Phycocyanin crystal structures reveal facets of Phycobilisome assembly. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Bioenergetics. A. Marx and N. Adir. 1827, 311-318 (2013).

78. Arginine 116 structurally and functionally anchors the MntC protein active site outer shell. M. Kanteev and N. Adir Acta Crystallographica F. F69, 237-242 (2013). (PDF)

77. Influencing the monophenolase/diphenolase activity ratio in tyrosinase. M. Goldfeder, M. Kanteev, N. Adir and A. Fishman. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Proteins and Proteomics 1834, 629-633 (2013). 

76. The mechanism of copper uptake by tyrosinase from Bacillus megaterium . M. Kanteev, M. Goldfeder, M. Chojnacki, N. Adir and A. Fishman. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry. 18(8): 895-903 (2013).

75. Structural and functional differences between pheromonotropic and melanotropic PK/PBAN receptors. A. Hariton Shalev, M. Shalev, N. Adir, E. Belausovand M. Altstein. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – General Subjects, 1830, 5036-5048 (2013).

74. Identification of the molecular attributes required for aminoglycoside activity against Leishmania. M. Shalev, J. Kondo, D. Kopelyanskiy, C.L. Jaffe, N. Adir* and T. Baasov* (*corresponding authors). Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA 110(33):13333-13338 (2013).

73. Cole disease results from mutations in ENPP1. O. Eytan, F. Morice-Picard, O. Sarig, K. Ezzedine, O. Isakov, Q. Li, A. Ishida-Yamamoto, N. Shomron, T. Goldsmith, D. Fuchs-Telem, N. Adir, J. Uitto, S. J. Orlow, A. Taieb and E. Sprecher. American Journal of Human Genetics, 93(4):752-757 (2013).

72. Isolation of intact phycobilisomes in low salt: a novel method for purifying phycobilisomes by mild cross-linking. L. David and N. Adir. C.Lu (Ed.) Photosynthesis: Research for Food, Fuel and Future—15th International Conference on Photosynthesis, Symposium 04, pp. 133-147, Zhejiang University Press, Springer-Verlag GmbH. (2012). (PDF)

71. High Resolution crystal structures of trimeric and rod Phycocyanin. L. David, A. Marx and N. Adir. Journal of Molecular Biology 405, 201-213 (2011). 

70. First structures of an active bacterial tyrosinase reveal copper plasticity. M. Sendovski, M. Kanteev, V. Shuster Ben-Yosef, N. Adir, A. Fishman. Journal of Molecular Biology 405, 227-237 (2011).

69. The dimeric structure of the Cpn60.2 chaperonin of Mycobacterium tuberculosis at 2.8Å reveals possible modes of function A. Shahar, M. Melamed-Frank, Y. Kashi, L. Shimon and N. Adir.  Journal of Molecular Biology, 412, 192-203 (2011). 

68. Manganese in Biological systems: transport and function. E. Salomon, M. Kanteev, N. Adir and N. Keren. in: The Chemistry of Organomanganese Compounds. (Editors: Zvi Rappoport and Ilan Marek) pp. 289-304. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester. (2011). Mn_Patai

67. Myotonia congenita in a large consanguineous arab family: insight into the clinical spectrum of carriers and double heterozygotes of a novel mutation in the chloride channel clcn1 gene. A. Shalata, H. Furman, V. Adir, N. Adir, Y. Hujeirat, S. A. Shalev and Zvi U. Borochowitz, Muscle and Nerve 41, 464-9 (2010).

66. Engineering of an alternative electron transfer path in Photosystem II. S. Larom, F. Salama, G. Schuster and N. Adir, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA 107, 9650-9655 (2010).

65. Crystallization and preliminary x-ray crystallographic analysis of a bacterial tyrosinase from Bacillus megaterium. M. Sendovski, M. Kanteev, V. Shuster, N. Adir and A. Fishman. Acta Crystallographica F. 66, 1101-3 (2010). 

64. Normophosphatemic Familial Tumoral Calcinosis Is Caused by Deleterious Mutations in SAMD9, Encoding a TNF-alpha Responsive Protein. I. Chefetz, D. Ben Amitai, S. Browning, K. Skorecki, N. Adir, M.G.Thomas, L. Kogleck, O. Topaz, M. Indelman, J. Uitto, G. Richard, N. Bradman, E. Sprecher. Journal of Investigative Dermitology 128, 1423-1429 (2008).

63. Alopecia, Neurological Defects, and Endocrinopathy Syndrome Caused by Decreased Expression of RBM28, a Nucleolar Protein Associated with Ribosome Biogenesis. J. Nousbeck, R. Spiegel, A. Ishida-Yamamoto, M. Indelman, A. Shani-Adir, N. Adir, E. Lipkin, S. Bercovici, D. Geiger, M.A. van Steensel, P.M. Steijlen, R. Bergman, A. Bindereif, M. Choder, S. Shalev and E. Sprecher. American Journal of Human Genetics 82, 1114-1121 (2008).

62. Mutagenesis of Gln294 of the reverse transcriptase of human immunodeficiency virus type-2 and its effects on the ribonuclease H activity. R. Bochner, A. Duvshani, N. Adir, A. Hizi, FEBS Letters 582, 2799-2805 (2008). 

61. Structural, functional and mutational analysis of the NblA protein provides insight into possible modes of interaction with the phycobilisome. M. Dines, E. Sendersky, L. David, R. Schwarz*, and N. Adir* (*corresponding authors), Journal of Biological Chemistry 283, 30330-30340  (2008). 

60. Allophycocyanin trimer stability and functionality is primarily due to polar enhanced hydrophobicity of the phycocyanobilin binding pocket. A. McGregor, M. Klartag, L. David and N. Adir, Journal of Molecular Biology 384, 406-421 (2008).

Cover Illustration59. Structure of the Phycobilisome Antennae in Cyanobacteria and Red Algae. N. Adir in “Photosynthetic Protein Complexes: A Structural Approach” (ed. Fromme, P.) pp. 243-274 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim (2008). (Book Cover illustration). PBS_rev_08

58. Crystallization of sparingly soluble stress-related proteins from cyanobacteria by controlled urea solublization. M. Dines, E. Sendersky, R. Schwarz, and N. Adir, Journal of Structural Biology 158, 116-121 (2007).

57. Protein-induced, previously unidentified twin form of calcite. B. Pokroy, M. Kapon, F. Marin, N. Adir and E. Zolotoyabko, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 104, 7337-7341 (2007).

56. Viral photosynthetic reaction center genes and transcripts in the marine environment. I. Sharon, S. Tzahor, S. Williamson, M. Shmoish, D. Man-Aharonovich, D.B. Rusch, S. Yooseph, G. Zeidner, S. S. Golden, S. R. Mackey, N. Adir, U. Weingart, D. Horn, J. C. Venter, Y. Mandel-Gutfreund and O. Béjà. ISME Journal 1, 492-501 (2007)

55. Crystal Structures of the NblA protein. M. Dines, R. Schwarz and N. Adir; Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Glasgow UK (2007). Vol. I, pp. 235-242.

54. Investigating the Effect of Crystallization Conditions on the Conformation of Individual Amino Acid Side Chains in Phycocyanin Crystals Structures. A. McGregor, L. David and N. Adir; Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Glasgow UK (2007). Vol. I, pp. 295-298.

53. Assembly and Disassembly of Phycobilisomes. N. Adir, M. Dines, M. Klartag, A. McGregor and M. Melamed-Frank, in Complex Intracellular Structures in Prokaryotes, Microbiology Monographs Vol. 2 (J. Shively, ed.), pp. 47-77, Springer-Verlag, Berlin  (2006). PBS_rev_08

52. Purification and functional analysis of a novel protein extracted from the shells of Strombus decorus persicus. B. Pokroy, E. Zolotoyabko, and N. Adir, Biomacromolecules 7, 550-556 (2006). 

51. Anisotropic lattice distortions in biogenic calcite induced by intra-crystalline organic molecules. B. Pokroy, A.N. Fitch, F. Marin, M. Kapon, N. Adir and E. Zolotoyabko, Journal of Structural Biology 155, 96-103 (2006)

50. Two newly identified membrane-associated and plastidic tomato HXKs: characteristics, predicted structure and intracellular localization. M. Kandel-Kfir, H. Damari-Weissler, M. A. German, D. Gidoni, A. Mett, E. Belausov, M. Petreikov, N. Adir and D. Granot, Planta 224, 1341-1352 (2006).

49. The MntC crystal structure suggests that import of Mn2+ in cyanobacteria is redox controlled. V. Rukhman, R. Anati, M. Melamed-Frank and N. Adir, Journal of Molecular Biology 348, 961-969 (2005).

48. Crystal structures of Escherichia coli KDO8P synthase complexes reveal the source of catalytic irreversibility. R. Vainer, V. Belakhov, E. Rabkin, T. Baasov and N. Adir, Journal of Molecular Biology 351, 641-652 (2005). 

47. Cloning and characterization of the Schizosaccharomyces pombe homologues of the human protein Translin and the Translin-associated protein TRAX. O. Laufman, R. Ben Yosef, N. Adir and H. Manor, Nucleic Acid Research 33, 4128-4139 (2005).

46. Elucidation of the molecular structures of components of the phycobilisome: Reconstructing a giant. N. Adir Photosynthesis Research 85, 15-32 (2005).

45. The proteasome and the delicate balance between destruction and rescue. M.H. Glickman and N. Adir, PLoS Biology, 2, 25-27 (2004).

44. Mapping Glycoside Hydrolases Substrate Subsites by Isothermal Titration Calorimetry. G. Zolotnitsky, U. Cogan, N. Adir, V. Solomon, G. Shoham  and Y. Shoham, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 101, 11275-11280 (2004).

43. A Reciprocal Single Mutation Affects the Metal Requirement of KDO8P Synthases from Aquifex pyrophilus and Escherichia coli. S. Shulami, C. Furdui, N. Adir, Y. Shoham, K. S. Anderson and Timor Baasov, Journal of Biological Chemistry 279, 45110-45120 (2004). 

42. The ribonuclease H activity of the reverse transcriptases of human immunodeficiency viruses type 1 and type 2 is modulated by residue 294 of the small subunit. Z. Sevilya, S. Loya, N. Adir and A. Hizi, Nucleic Acid Research 31, 1481-1487 (2003).

41. Mutagenesis of Cysteine 280 of the Reverse Transcriptase of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type-1: The Effects on the Ribonuclease H activity. Z. Sevilya, S. Loya, A. Duvshani, N. Adir and A. Hizi. Journal of Molecular Biology 327, 19-30 (2003).

40. The crystal structure of a novel unmethylated form of C-phycocyanin, a possible connector between cores and rods in phycobilisomes. N. Adir and N. Lerner, Journal of Biological Chemistry 278, 25926-25932 (2003).

39. A Web-based Chemistry Course as a Means to Foster Freshman Learning. Y.J. Dori, M. Barak and N. Adir, Journal of Chemical Education 80, 1084-1092 (2003).

38. RNA degradation, polymerization and binding properties of the different domains of polynucleotide phosphorylase from spinach chloroplasts. S. Yehudai-Resheff, V. Portnoy, S. Yogev, N. Adir and G. Schuster, The Plant Cell 15, 2003-2019 (2003).

37. Structure-based Mutational Analysis Identify Receptor Binding Specificity Determinants in FGF7, I. Sher, M. Mohammadi, N. Adir and D. Ron, FEBS Letters 552, 150-154 (2003).

36. Photoinhibition – A Historical Perspective. N. Adir, H. Zer, S. Shochat and I. Ohad. In: Celebrating the Historical Highlights in Photosynthesis Research (Govindjee and H. Gest eds.)Photo_res_03_PI_rev 76, 343-370 (2003). 

Also in: Discoveries in Photosynthesis Series: Advances in Photosynthesis and Respiration, Vol. 20 (Govindjee; Beatty, J.T.; Gest, H.; Allen, J.F., Eds.) pp. 931-958, Springer Heidelberg (2005).

35. Transcriptional regulation of meiosis in budding yeast. Kassir, Y., Adir, N., Boger-Nadjar, E., Guttmann Raviv, N., Rubin-Bejerano, I., Sagee, S. and Shenhar, G., In: International Review on Cytology, A Survey of Cell Biology, (K.W. Jeon, ed.) Academic Press 224, 111-171 (2003).

34. Isolation and Preliminary X-ray Characterization of Cpn60-2 (65 kDa Heat Shock Protein) from Mycobacterium tuberculosis. N. Adir, E. Dobrovetsky, I. Shafat, C. Cohen and Y. Kashi. Acta Crystalographica D58 174-175 (2002).

33. Preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of a soluble form of MntC, a periplasmic manganese binding component of an ABC-type Mn transporter from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. N. Adir, V. Rukhman, B. Brumshtein, and R. Anati. Acta Crystalographica D58, 176-178 (2002).

32. Refined structure of c-phycocyanin from the cyanobacterium Synechococcus vulcanus at 1.6 Å: Insights into the role of solvent molecules in thermal stability and co-factor structure. N. Adir, R. Vainer and N. Lerner. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1556, 168-174 (2002).

31. Crystal Structures of KDOP Synthase in its binary complexes with the substrate PEP and with a Mechanism-Based Inhibitor. O. Asojo, J. Friedman, N. Adir, V. Belakhov, Y. Shoham, and T. Baasov. Biochemistry 40, 6326-6334 (2001).

30. Structure of C-phycocyanin from Synechococcus vulcanus at 2.5Å: structural implications for thermal stability in phycobilsome assembly. N. Adir, E. Dobrovetski and N.Lerner. Journal of Molecular Biology 313, 71-82 (2001).

29. Tomato SP interacting proteins define a conserved signaling system that regulates shoot architecture and flowering. L. Pnueli, T. Gutfinger, D. Hareven, O. Ben-Naim, N. Ron, N. Adir and E. Lifschitz, The Plant Cell 13, 2687-2702 (2001).

28. Preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of MntC, a periplasmic manganese binding component of a Mn transporter from Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 R. Anati, M. Bhattacharyya-Pakrasi, H.B. Pakrasi and N. Adir. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Brisbane Australia (2001).

27. Identification of residues important both for primary receptor binding and specificity in fibroblast growth factor-7. I. Sher, T. Lang, S. Lubinsky-Mink,J. Kuhn, N. Adir, S. Chatterjee, D. Schomberg, and D. Ron. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275, 34881-34886 (2000).

26. Crystallization of dimers of the Manganese-Stabilizing Protein of Photosystem II. R. Anati and N. Adir Photosynthesis Research 64, 167-177 (2000).

25. Analysis of the role of detergent mixtures on the crystallization of the reaction center of Photosystem II. V. Rukhman, N. Lerner and N. Adir Photosynthesis Research 65, 249-259 (2000).

24. Crystallization of the oxygen-evolving reaction center of Photosystem II in nine different detergent mixtures. N. Adir, Acta Crystalographica D55, 891-894 (1999).

23. Mutations Uncouple Human FGF-7 Biological Activity and Receptor Binding and Support Broad Specificty in the Secondary Receptor Binding Site of FGFs. I. Sher, A. Weizman, S. Lubinsky-Mink, T. Lang, N. Adir, D. Schomburg and D. Ron, Journal of Biological Chemistry 274, 35016-35022 (1999).

22. Progress in the crystallization of Photosystem II Components. N. Adir, R. Anati, V. Cheredman and N. Lerner; in The Chloroplast: From Molecular Biology to Biotechnology (J. H. Argyroudi-Akoyunoglou, and H. Senger eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrect, pp. 35-40 (1999).

21. Crystallization of the reaction center of Photosystem II. N. Adir; in Photosynthesis: Mechanism and Effects (G. Garab ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrect, Vol. II, pp. 945-948 (1999).

20. Crystallization and Characterization of the Photosynthetic Reaction Center-Cytochrome c2 complex from Rhodobacter sphaeroides. N. Adir, H.L. Axelrod, P. Beroza, R.A. Isaacson, S.H. Rongey, M.Y. Okamura and G. Feher; Biochemistry 35, 2535-2547 (1996).

19. EPR/ENDOR studies of the water oxidizing complex in Photosystem II. R. Fiege, W. Zweygart, K.-D. Irrgang, N. Adir, B. Geiken, G. Renger and W. Lubitz; Photosynthesis Research 48, 227-237 (1996).

18. The water-oxidizing site of higher plants studied by EPR and ENDOR techniques. R. Fiege, W. Zweygart, K.-D. Irrgang, J. Messinger, N. Adir, G. Renger and W. Lubitz; Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry 59, 335 (1995).

17. EPR/ENDOR studies of the water oxidizing complex in Photosystem II. R. Fiege, W. Zweygart, K.-D. Irrgang, N. Adir, B. Geiken, G. Renger and W. Lubitz; in “Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere”, (P. Mathis, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Vol. II, pp. 369-372 (1995). 

16. EPR, ENDOR and ESEEM investigation of the electron acceptor radical anion QA in Photosystem II (PSII) reaction centers. F. MacMillan, J. Kurreck, N. Adir, F. Lendzian, H. Kass, F. Reifarth, G. Renger and W. Lubitz; in “Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere”, (P. Mathis, ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Vol. I, pp. 659-662 (1995).

15. Crystallization of the PSII-Reaction Center; N. Adir, M.Y. Okamura and G. Feher; in: Research in Photosynthesis, (N. Murata, ed.) Vol. II, pp. 5.195-5.198, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands (1992).

14. Dynamics of Photosystem-II – Protein-Turnover, Photoinhibition and Regulation of Energy-Transfer. N. Adir, H. Gong, A. Gal, Y. Shiloh, Y. Eisenberg, J. Topf and I. Ohad;  in First General Colloquium On Plant Sciences,  Colloques De L Inra,  Vol. 59  pp. 155-158,  Inst Natl Recherche Agronomique, Paris (1991).

13. Dynamics of Photosystem II: Mechanism of Photoinhibition and Recovery Processes. O. Prasil, N. Adir and I. Ohad. In: The Photosystems: Structure, Function and Molecular Biology, (J. Barber ed.), Elsievier Science Publishers, B.V., Amsterdam, pp.295-348 (1992).

12. Dynamics of photosystem II: protein turnover, photoinhibition and regulation of energy transfer. Adir, N.; Gong, H.; Gal, A.; Shiloh, Y.; Eisenberg, Y.; Topf, J.; Ohad, I. In: Colloq. INRA, 59, 155-8. (1991).

11. Mechanism of the Light Dependent Turnover of the D1 Protein: N. Adir, S. Shochat, Y. Inoue and I. Ohad; in: Current Research in Photosynthesis, (M. Baltscheffsky, ed.) Vol II. pp. 409-414, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands (1990).

10. Mechanism of Photoinhibition in vivo; I. Ohad, N. Adir, H. Koike, D.J. Kyle and Y. Inoue; Journal of Biological Chemistry 265, 1972-1979 (1990).

9. Photoinhibition of the PSII and Degradation of the D1 Protein are Reduced in a Cytochrome b6/f-less Mutant of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii; S. Shochat, N. Adir, A. Gal, Y. Inoue, L. Metz, and I. Ohad; Z. Naturforsch. 45c, 395-401 (1990).

8. Light Dependent D1 Protein Synthesis and Translocation is regulated by Reaction Center II; N. Adir, S. Shochat and I. Ohad; Journal of Biological Chemistry. 265, 12563-12568 (1990).

7. The D1 (QB) Protein of Photosystem II: Interactions with its Surroundings and Role in Photoinhibition (PhD thesis, in Hebrew). N. Adir; Supervisor: Professor I. Ohad (1990). 

6. Inactivation of Photosystem II and Turnover of the D1 Protein by Light and Heat Stresses; G. Schuster, S. Shochat, N. Adir, and I. Ohad; in: Techniques and New Developments in Photosynthesis Research, (J. Barber and R. Malkin, eds.), pp. 499-510, Plenum Press, New York (1989).

5. The Synergistic Effect of Light and Heat Stress on the Inactivation of Photosystem II. G. Schuster, S. Shochat, N. Adir, D. Even, D. Ish-Shalom, B. Grimm, K. Kloppstech and I. Ohad. in: Plant Membranes, Structure, Assembly and Function (J. L. Harwood and T.J. Walton, eds.), pp.133-138, London: The Biochemical Society (1988).

4. Structural Properties of the D1 and Surrounding Photosystem II Polypeptides as Revealed by their Interactions with Cross-Linking Reagents; N. Adir and I. Ohad; Journal of  Biological Chemistry 263, 283-289 (1988).

3. Interaction of the QB Protein of Various Species with Cross-linking Reagents and their use for its  Isolation; N. Adir, J. Hirschberg and I. Ohad; in: Progress in Photosynthesis Research (J. Biggins ed.) Vol. III, pp. 791-794, Martinus Nijhoff, Boston, (1987).

2. The Effect of Cross-linking on the Native and Denatured 32-kDa- QB Protein of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Thylakoids; N. Adir and I. Ohad; in: Regulation of Chloroplast Differentiation (G. Akoyunoglou and H. Senger, eds.) Alan R. Liss, Inc. pp. 615-620 (1986).

1. Probing for the Interactions of the 32 kDa-QB Protein with its Environment by use of Bifunctional Cross-Linking Reagents; N. Adir and I. Ohad; Biochimica et Biophysica ActaBioenergetics 850, 264-274 (1986).