Chaim Gilon
Chaim Gilon
Professor Emeritus Active, Institute of Chemistry, HUJI
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Tyrphostins I: synthesis and biological activity of protein tyrosine kinase inhibitors
A Gazit, P Yaish, C Gilon, A Levitzki
Journal of medicinal chemistry 32 (10), 2344-2352, 1989
Blocking of EGF-dependent cell proliferation by EGF receptor kinase inhibitors
P Yaish, A Gazit, C Gilon, A Levitzki
Science 242 (4880), 933-935, 1988
Attachment of drugs to polyethylene glycols
S Zalipsky, C Gilon, A Zilkha
European Polymer Journal 19 (12), 1177-1183, 1983
N-methylation of peptides: a new perspective in medicinal chemistry
J Chatterjee, C Gilon, A Hoffman, H Kessler
Accounts of chemical research 41 (10), 1331-1342, 2008
The effect of tyrosine‐specific protein phosphorylation on the assembly of adherens‐type junctions.
T Volberg, Y Zick, R Dror, I Sabanay, C Gilon, A Levitzki, B Geiger
The EMBO Journal 11 (5), 1733-1742, 1992
Highly selective agonists for substance P receptor subtypes.
U Wormser, R Laufer, Y Hart, M Chorev, C Gilon, Z Selinger
The EMBO journal 5 (11), 2805-2808, 1986
Improving oral bioavailability of peptides by multiple N‐methylation: somatostatin analogues
E Biron, J Chatterjee, O Ovadia, D Langenegger, J Brueggen, D Hoyer, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (14), 2595-2599, 2008
Tyrphostins inhibit epidermal growth factor (EGF)-receptor tyrosine kinase activity in living cells and EGF-stimulated cell proliferation
RM Lyall, A Zilberstein, A Gazit, C Gilon, A Levitzki, J Schlessinger
Journal of Biological Chemistry 264 (24), 14503-14509, 1989
Tyrphostins. II. Heterocyclic and. alpha.-substituted benzylidenemalononitrile tyrphostins as potent inhibitors of EGF receptor and ErbB2/neu tyrosine kinases
A Gazit, N Osherov, I Posner, P Yaish, E Poradosu, C Gilon, A Levitzki
Journal of medicinal chemistry 34 (6), 1896-1907, 1991
Backbone cyclization: a new method for conferring conformational constraint on peptides
C Gilon, D Halle, M Chorev, Z Selincer, G Byk
Biopolymers: Original Research on Biomolecules 31 (6), 745-750, 1991
Neurokinin B is a preferred agonist for a neuronal substance P receptor and its action is antagonized by enkephalin
R Laufer, U Wormser, ZY Friedman, C Gilon, M Chorev, Z Selinger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82 (21), 7444-7448, 1985
Styryl compounds which inhibit EGF receptor protein tyrosine kinase
A Levitzki, C Gilon, M Chorev, A Gazit
US Patent 5,217,999, 1993
Selective inhibition of the epidermal growth factor and HER2/neu receptors by tyrphostins
N Osherov, A Gazit, C Gilon, A Levitzki
Journal of Biological Chemistry 268 (15), 11134-11142, 1993
Styryl-substituted pyridyl compounds which inhibit EGF receptor tyrosine kinase
AP Spada, PE Persons, A Levitzki, C Gilon
US Patent 5,302,606, 1994
Intestinal permeability of cyclic peptides: common key backbone motifs identified
JG Beck, J Chatterjee, B Laufer, MU Kiran, AO Frank, S Neubauer, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (29), 12125-12133, 2012
Tyrphostins as molecular tools and potential antiproliferative drugs
A Levitzki, C Gilon
Trends in pharmacological sciences 12, 171-174, 1991
Characterization of a neurokinin B receptor site in rat brain using a highly selective radioligand.
R Laufer, C Gilon, M Chorev, Z Selinger
Journal of Biological Chemistry 261 (22), 10257-10263, 1986
Tyrphostins inhibit PDGF-induced DNA synthesis and associated early events in smooth muscle cells
GE Bilder, JA Krawiec, K McVety, A Gazit, C Gilon, R Lyall, A Zilberstein, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 260 (4), C721-C730, 1991
Selective interactions of transforming and normal abl proteins with ATP, tyrosine-copolymer substrates, and tyrphostins.
M Anafi, A Gazit, C Gilon, Y Ben-Neriah, A Levitzki
Journal of Biological Chemistry 267 (7), 4518-4523, 1992
The effect of multiple N-methylation on intestinal permeability of cyclic hexapeptides
O Ovadia, S Greenberg, J Chatterjee, B Laufer, F Opperer, H Kessler, ...
Molecular pharmaceutics 8 (2), 479-487, 2011
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