Lilah Toker
Lilah Toker
Researcher Universty of Bergen
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Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (4th edition)1
DJ Klionsky, AK Abdel-Aziz, S Abdelfatah, M Abdellatif, A Abdoli, S Abel, ...
autophagy 17 (1), 1-382, 2021
Cross-laboratory analysis of brain cell type transcriptomes with applications to interpretation of bulk tissue data
BO Mancarci, L Toker, SJ Tripathy, B Li, B Rocco, E Sibille, P Pavlidis
Eneuro 4 (6), 2017
Trehalose induced antidepressant-like effects and autophagy enhancement in mice
NZ Kara, L Toker, G Agam, GW Anderson, RH Belmaker, H Einat
Psychopharmacology 229 (2), 367-375, 2013
Inositol-related gene knockouts mimic lithium’s effect on mitochondrial function
L Toker, Y Bersudsky, I Plaschkes, V Chalifa-Caspi, GT Berry, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 39 (2), 319-328, 2014
Transcriptomic evidence for alterations in astrocytes and parvalbumin interneurons in subjects with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia
L Toker, BO Mancarci, S Tripathy, P Pavlidis
Biological psychiatry 84 (11), 787-796, 2018
IP3 accumulation and/or inositol depletion: two downstream lithium’s effects that may mediate its behavioral and cellular changes
Y Sade, L Toker, NZ Kara, H Einat, S Rapoport, D Moechars, GT Berry, ...
Translational psychiatry 6 (12), e968-e968, 2016
Transcriptomic correlates of neuron electrophysiological diversity
SJ Tripathy, L Toker, B Li, CL Crichlow, D Tebaykin, BO Mancarci, ...
PLoS computational biology 13 (10), e1005814, 2017
Secondary neurotransmitter deficiencies in epilepsy caused by voltage-gated sodium channelopathies: a potential treatment target?
GA Horvath, M Demos, C Shyr, A Matthews, L Zhang, S Race, ...
Molecular genetics and metabolism 117 (1), 42-48, 2016
Whose sample is it anyway? Widespread misannotation of samples in transcriptomics studies
L Toker, M Feng, P Pavlidis
F1000Research 5, 2016
Mitochondrial dysfunction in psychiatric morbidity: current evidence and therapeutic prospects
L Toker, G Agam
Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment 11, 2441, 2015
Lithium, inositol and mitochondria
L Toker, G Agam
ACS chemical neuroscience 5 (6), 411-412, 2014
Assessing transcriptome quality in Patch-Seq datasets
SJ Tripathy, L Toker, C Bomkamp, BO Mancarci, M Belmadani, P Pavlidis
Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 11, 363, 2018
Molecular effects of lithium are partially mimicked by inositol-monophosphatase (IMPA) 1 knockout mice in a brain region-dependent manner
O Damri, Y Sade, L Toker, Y Bersudsky, RH Belmaker, G Agam, AN Azab
European Neuropsychopharmacology 25 (3), 425-434, 2015
Beware of your mouse strain; differential effects of lithium on behavioral and neurochemical phenotypes in Harlan ICR mice bred in Israel or the USA
Y Sade, NZ Kara, L Toker, Y Bersudsky, H Einat, G Agam
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 124, 36-39, 2014
Chronic oral carbamazepine treatment elicits mood-stabilising effects in mice
NZ Kara, O Karpel, L Toker, G Agam, RH Belmaker, H Einat
Acta neuropsychiatrica 26 (1), 29-34, 2014
Gene-expression studies in understanding the mechanism of action of lithium
L Toker, RH Belmaker, G Agam
Expert review of neurotherapeutics 12 (1), 93-97, 2012
Common gene expression signatures in Parkinson’s disease are driven by changes in cell composition
GS Nido, F Dick, L Toker, K Petersen, G Alves, OB Tysnes, I Jonassen, ...
Acta neuropathologica communications 8, 1-14, 2020
The inositol monophosphatase inhibitor L-690,330 affects pilocarpine-behavior and the forced swim test
L Shtein, L Toker, Y Bersudsky, RH Belmaker, G Agam
Psychopharmacology 227 (3), 503-508, 2013
Acute intracerebroventricular inositol does not reverse the effect of chronic lithium treatment in the forced swim test
L Toker, N Kara, I Hadas, H Einat, Y Bersudsky, RH Belmaker, G Agam
Neuropsychobiology 68 (3), 189-192, 2013
The observed alteration in BCL2 expression following lithium treatment is influenced by the choice of normalization method
D Odeya, A Galila, T Lilah
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
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