Selected Publications

– Fuchs, Y. (2019). The therapeutic promise of apoptosis. Science. 363(6431): 1050-1051.

– Koren E., Yosefzon Y., Ankawa R., Soteriou D., Jacob A., Nevelsky A., Ben-Yosef R., Bar-Sela G. and Fuchs Y.*, (2018). ARTS Mediates Apoptosis and Regeneration of the Intestinal Stem Cell Niche. Nature Communications. 9(1): 4582.

– Ankawa R. and Fuchs Y.*, (2018). More than One Way to Skin a Wound. Cell Stem Cell. 23(5): 636-638.

– Yosefzon Y. and Fuchs Y. (2018). Exiting the dark side: A vital role for Caspase-3 in Yap signaling. Molecular Cell Oncology. 5(4): e1494947.

– Yosefzon Y., Soteriou D., Feldman A., Kostic L., Koren E., Brown S., Ankawa R., Sedov E., Glaser F. and Fuchs Y.*, (2018). Caspase-3 Regulates YAP-Dependent Cell Proliferation and Organ Size. Molecular Cell. 70(4): 573-587.

– Soteriou D. and Fuchs Y.*, (2018). A Matter of Life and Death: Stem Cell Survival in Tissue Regeneration and Tumour Formation. Nature Reviews Cancer. 18(3): 187-201

– Nasser W., Amitai-Lange A., Soteriou D., Hanna R., Tiosano B., Fuchs Y. and Shalom-Feuerstein R., (2018). Stem cell repopulation and boundary establishment by committed cells. Cell Reports. 22(2): 323-331

– O’Donnell MA, (2017). Yaron Fuchs: Exploring the mysterious mixture of life and death. Journal of Cell Biology. 216(9): 2600-2601.

– Kostic L., Sedov E., Soteriou D., Yosefzon Y., and Fuchs Y.*, (2017). Isolation of stem cells and progenitors from mouse epidermis. Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology. 6(41):1C.20.1-1C.20.11.

– Soteriou D., Kostic L., Sedov E., Yosefzon Y., Steller H.* and Fuchs Y.*, (2016). Isolation of hair follicle stem cells and epidermal keratinocytes from dorsal mouse skin. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 29(110): e53931, 1-6.

– Koren E. and Fuchs Y.* (2016). The bad seed: cancer stem cells in tumor development and resistance. Drug Resistance Updates, 28, 1-12.

– Fuchs Y.* and Steller H*., (2015). Live to die another way- different modes of programmed cell death in development and disease. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, 16(6): 329-344. *corresponding authors

– Perez-Garijo A., Fuchs Y. and Steller H., (2013): Apoptotic cells can induce non-autonomous apoptosis through the TNF-pathway. eLife. 2: e01004.

– Fuchs Y., Brown S., Gorenc T., Rodriguez J., Fuchs E. and Steller H., (2013). Sept4/ARTS regulates stem-cell apoptosis and skin regeneration. Science. 341(6143): 286-289.

– Fuchs Y., Brunwasser M., Haif S., Hadad J., Shneyer B., Goldshmidt-Tran O., Korsensky L., Abed M., Zisman-Rosen S., Koren L., Carmi Y., Apte R., Yang B.R., Orian A., Bejar J., and Ron D., (2012). Sef is a novel inhibitor of pro-inflammatory cytokine signaling, acting by cytoplasmic sequestration of NF-κB. Developmental Cell. 23: 611-623.

– Fuchs Y. and Steller H., (2011). Programmed cell death in animal development and disease. Cell. 147(4): 742-58.

– Ron D., Fuchs Y. and Chorev DS., (2008). Know thy Sef: a novel class of feedback antagonists of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling. International Journal of Biochemsitry & Cell Biology. 40: 2040-52.

– Zisman-Rozen S., Fink D., Ben-Izhak O., Fuchs Y., Brodski A., Kraus M. H., Bejar J. and Ron D., (2007). Down-regulation of Sef, an inhibitor of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling, is common to a variety of human carcinomas. Oncogene. 6(26): 6093-8.

–  Ziv I.#, Fuchs Y.#, Preger E., Shabtay A., Harduf H., Zilpa T., Dym N. and Ron D., (2006). The human Sef-a isoform utilizes different mechanisms to regulate FGFR signaling pathways and subsequent cell fate. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 51: 39225-35 [# Both authors equally contributed].

– Fuchs Y., Douek, J., Rinkevich B. and Ben-Shlomo R., (2006). Gene diversity and mode of reproduction in the brooded larvae of the coral heteroxenia fuscescens. Journal of Hereditary. 5: 493-8.