PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ? 18? Aaron Ciechanover
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No of theses 32
Department Medicine
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Maniv Inbal 2019 PhD The Role of UBB+1 in The Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
Matiuhin Yulia 2007 PhD Abstracts Filtering Access of Cargo-delivery Proteins to the Proteasome
Hakim Vicky 2018 PhD The Involvement of the Ubiquitin Proteasome System in Neuronal Proteostasis in Health and Disease
Avni Noa 2018 PhD The Role of p62 in Regulating Autophagy, the Ubiquitin System, and Promyelocytic Nuclear-Bodies Formation
Livneh Ido 2018 PhD Stress-Induced Nuclear-Cytosolic Shuttling of the Proteasome
Shomer Inna 2016 PhD Abstracts Isolation and Characterization of the Ubiquitin Ligase Involved in the Processing of P105 NF-kB Precursor to the P50 Active Subunit: Analysis of Mechanisms of Action and…
Braten Ori 2015 PhD Abstracts Non-Canonical Modes of Protein Ubiquitination
Shabek Nitzan 2010 PhD Abstracts Ubiquitin Meets its Fate: Mechanisms of Ubiquitin Degradation
Zaaroor-Regev Daphna 2009 PhD Abstracts A Role for the Ubiquitin System in Regulation of the Polycomb Group Transcriptional Repressors Ring1B and Bmi1
Herman-Bachinsky Yifat 2007 PhD Abstracts Regulation of the Drosophila Ubiquitin Ligase DIAP1 is Mediated via Several Distinct Ubiquitin System Pathways
Ben-Saadon Ronen 2007 PhD Abstracts Identification of Signals that Target Proteins for Degradation via the Ubiquitin Pathway: A Role for the N-Terminal as a Conjugation Site
Diab Sammer 2007 PhD Abstracts The Involvement of the E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Mdm2 in the Regulation of the Oncoprotein c-Myc
Fajerman Ifat 2003 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms of Recognition and Degradation of the Id2 Protein by the Ubiquitin Proteolytic Pathway
Achbert-Weiner Hillit 2003 PhD Mechanisms of Ubiquitin-Mediated Processing and Proteolysis of the p105 NF-kB Precursor and Generation of the p50 Active Sunbit
Reinstein Eyal 2002 PhD Abstracts Mechanisms of Recognition and Degradation of the Proto- Oncogene c-Myc and the Oncogene E7 by the Ubiquitin Proteasome Proteolytic Pathway
Oryan Amir 2000 PhD Involvement of the Ubiqutin-Proteasome Proteolytic System in the Activation of the Transcriptional Factor Nf-kB
Bercovich Beatrice 2000 PhD Abstracts Involvement of Phosphorylation and the Heat Shock Cognate Protein Hsc70 in Mechanisms of Substrate Recognition by the Ubiquitin Proteolytic System
Mesilaty Shlomit 1997 PhD Degradation of the Proto-Oncogene h-N-myc by the Ubiquitin System
Shkedy Deganit 1995 PhD Mechanisms Involved in the Tumor Suppressor P53 Degradation
Blumenfeld Nava 1995 PhD Identification, Purification and Characterization of a Novel Ubiquitin-Carrier Protein, E2, that is Involved in the Degradation of Non “N-End Rule” Protein Substrates
Mayer Arie 1990 PhD Characterization of the Ubiquitin Activating Enzyme Form
Grupper Ronit 1989 PhD Pegradation Ofulong Lived Proteins in Cells with a Mutated
Gonen Hedva 1991 PhD Aspects in Protein Selection for the Ubiquitin – Dependent
Zoabi Muhammad 2011 MSc Abstracts Proteins of the PRC2 Complex are Degraded by the Ubiquitin- Proteasome System
Torres Liron 2007 MSc Abstracts The Role of N Terminal Acetylation in Protecting Proteins from Ubiquitination and Degradation by Preventing Thier N-terminal Ubiquitination
Kaufman Tahel 2007 MSc Abstracts Identification of the E3, Ubiquitin Ligase, which Facilitates the Formation of N-Terminal Conjugated Ubiquitin Chain
Dori Limor 2004 MSc Abstracts Mechanism of Protein Degradation Mediated via Conjugation of Ubiquitin to the Free N-Terminal Residue of the Target Protein Substrates
Diab Sammer 2001 MSc The Identification of the Activating Site of HPV E6-16 in c-myc
Abu-Hatoum Ossama 1999 MSc Degradation of Myogenic Transcription Factor Myod by the Ubiquitin Pathway
Maitav Asaf 1997 MSc Mechanism of Ubiquitin-Dependent Degradation of Irf-1. . .
Dickman Dalia 1995 MSc Factors Involved in the Proteolysis of N-Alpha-Acetylated Proteins by the Ubiquitin System
Mesilaty Shlomit 1993 MSc Degradation of Tat by Cell-Free Ubiquitin Dependent System