1. Mikl M., Hamburg A., Pilpel Y. & Segal E. (2019). Dissecting splicing decisions and cell-to-cell variability with designed sequence libraries.  Nature Communications. 10.  Abstract
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    Mordret E., Dahan O., Asraf O., Rak R., Yehonadav A., Barnabas G. D., Cox J., Geiger T., Lindner A. B. & Pilpel Y. (2019). Systematic Detection of Amino Acid Substitutions in Proteomes Reveals Mechanistic Basis of Ribosome Errors and Selection for Translation Fidelity.  Molecular Cell. 75:(3)427-441.  Abstract
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    Frumkin I., Yofe I., Bar-Ziv R., Gurvich Y., Lu Y., Voichek Y., Towers R., Schirman D., Krebber H. & Pilpel Y. (2019). Evolution of intron splicing towards optimized gene expression is based on various Cis- and Trans-molecular mechanisms.  PLoS Biology. 17:(8)  Abstract
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    Cohen-Zontag O., Baez C., Lim L. Q. J., Olender T., Schirman D., Dahary D., Pilpel Y. & Gerst J. E. (2019). A secretion-enhancing cis regulatory targeting element (SECReTE) involved in mRNA localization and protein synthesis.  PLoS Genetics. 15:(7)  Abstract
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    Kaminski Strauss S., Schirman D., Jona G., Brooks A. N., Kunjapur A. M., Ba A. N. N., Flint A., Solt A., Mershin A., Dixit A., Yona A. H., Csorgo B., Busby B. P., Hennig B. P., Pal C., Schraivogel D., Schultz D., Wernick D. G., Agashe D., Levi D., Zabezhinsky D., Russ D., Sass E., Tamar E., Herz E., Levy E. D., Church G. M., Yelin I., Nachman I., Gerst J. E., Georgeson J. M., Adamala K. P., Steinmetz L. M., Ruebsam M., Ralser M., Klutstein M., Desai M. M., Walunjkar N., Yin N., Hefetz N. A., Jakimo N., Snitser O., Adini O., Kumar P., Smith R. S. H., Zeidan R., Hazan R., Rak R., Kishony R., Johnson S., Nouriel S., Vonesch S. C., Foster S., Dagan T., Wein T., Karydis T., Wannier T. M., Stiles T., Olin-Sandoval V., Mueller W. F., Bar-On Y. M., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2019). Evolthon: A community endeavor to evolve lab evolution.  PLoS Biology. 17:(3)e3000182.  Abstract
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    Zviran A., Mor N., Rais Y., Gingold H., Peles S., Chomsky E., Viukov S., Buenrostro J. D., Scognamiglio R., Weinberger L., Manor Y. S., Krupalnik V., Zerbib M., Hezroni H., Jaitin D. A., Larastiaso D., Gilad S., Benjamin S., Gafni O., Mousa A., Ayyash M., Sheban D., Bayerl J., Aguilera-Castrejon A., Massarwa R., Maza I., Hanna S., Stelzer Y., Ulitsky I., Greenleaf W. J., Tanay A., Trumpp A., Amit I., Pilpel Y., Novershtern N. & Hanna J. H. (2019). Deterministic Somatic Cell Reprogramming Involves Continuous Transcriptional Changes Governed by Myc and Epigenetic-Driven Modules.  Cell Stem Cell. 24:(2)328-341.e9.  Abstract


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    Frumkin I., Lajoie M. J., Gregg C. J., Hornung G., Church G. M. & Pilpel Y. (2018). Codon usage of highly expressed genes affects proteome-wide translation efficiency.  Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America-Biological Sciences. 115:(21)E4940-E4949.  Abstract
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    Slomka S. & Pilpel Y. (2018). Meiotic Recombination: Genetics' Good Old Scalpel.  Cell. 172:(3)391-392.  Abstract
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    Bar-Yaacov D., Pilpel Y. & Dahan O. (2018). RNA editing in bacteria: occurrence, regulation and significance.  RNA Biology. 15:(7)863-867.  Abstract
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    Rak R., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2018). Repertoires of tRNAs: The Couplers of Genomics and Proteomics.  ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 34. 239-264.  Abstract


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    Bar-Yaacov D., Mordret E., Towers R., Biniashvili T., Soyris C., Schwartz S., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2017). RNA editing in bacteria recodes multiple proteins and regulates an evolutionarily conserved toxin-antitoxin system.  Genome Research. 27:(10)1696-1703.  Abstract
  2. Zviran A., Mor N., Rais Y., Gingold H., Peles S., Chomsky E., Viukov S., Buenrostro J. D., Weinberger L., Manor Y. S., Krupalnik V., Zerbib M., Hezroni H., Jaitin D. A., Larastiaso D., Gilad S., Benjamin S., Mousa A., Ayyash M., Sheban D., Bayerl J., Aguilera Castrejon A., Massarwa R., Maza I., Hanna S., Amit I., Stelzer Y., Ulitsky I., Greenleaf W. J., Pilpel Y., Novershtern N. & Hanna J. H. (2017). High-Resolution Dissection of Conducive Reprogramming Trajectory to Ground State Pluripotency.  BioRxiv.  Abstract
  3. Frumkin I., Schirman D., Rotman A. & Pilpel Y. (2017). Gene architectures that minimize cost of gene expression.  . 235-236.
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    Heinemann M. & Pilpel Y. (2017). Editorial overview: Systems biology for biotechnology.  Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 46:IV-V.
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    Frumkin I., Schirman D., Rotman A., Li F., Zahavi L., Mordret E., Asraf O., Wu S., Levy S. F. & Pilpel Y. (2017). Gene Architectures that Minimize Cost of Gene Expression.  Molecular Cell. 65:(1)142-153.  Abstract


  1. Bar Yaacov Y. D., Frumkin I., Yashiro Y., Chujo T., Ishigami Y., Chemla Y., Blumberg A., Schlesinger O., Bieri P., Greber B., Ban N., Zarivach R., Alfonta L., Pilpel Y., Suzuki T. & Mishmar D. (2016). Mitochondrial 16S rRNA Is Methylated by tRNA Methyltransferase TRMT61B in All Vertebrates.  PLoS Biology. 14:(9)  Abstract
  2. Karmon A. & Pilpel Y. (2016). Biological causal links on physiological and evolutionary time scales.  eLife. 5.  Abstract
  3. Hoffman Y., Bublik D. R., Ugalde A. P., Elkon R., Biniashvili T., Agami R., Oren M. & Pilpel Y. (2016). 3 ' UTR Shortening Potentiates MicroRNA-Based Repression of Pro-differentiation Genes in Proliferating Human Cells.  PLoS Genetics. 260-262.  Abstract
  4. Tamari Z., Yona A. H., Pilpel Y. & Barkai N. (2016). Rapid evolutionary adaptation to growth on an 'unfamiliar' carbon source.  BMC Genomics. 17:674.  Abstract


  1. Yona A. H., Frumkin I. & Pilpel Y. (2015). A Relay Race on the Evolutionary Adaptation Spectrum.  Cell. 163:(3)549-559.  Abstract
  2. Pilpel Y. & Rechavi O. (2015). The Lamarckian chicken and the Darwinian egg.  Biology Direct. 10.  Abstract
  3. Hoffman Y. & Pilpel Y. (2015). MicroRNAs silence the noisy genome.  Science. 348:(6230)41-42.


  1. Gingold H., Tehler D., Christoffersen N., Nielsen M., Asmar F., Kooistra S., Christophersen N., Christensen L., Borre M., Sorensen K., Andersen L., Andersen C., Hulleman E., Wurdinger T., Ralfkiaer E., Helin K., Gronbaek K., Omtoft T., Waszak S., Dahan O., Pedersen J., Lund A. & Pilpel Y. (2014). A Dual Program for Translation Regulation in Cellular Proliferation and Differentiation.  Cell. 158:(6)1281-1292.  Abstract
  2. Fluman N., Navon S., Bibi E. & Pilpel Y. (2014). mRNA-programmed translation pauses in the targeting of E. coli membrane proteins.  eLife. 3.  Abstract
  3. Hoffman Y., Pilpel Y. & Oren M. (2014). microRNAs and Alu elements in the p53-Mdm2-Mdm4 regulatory network.  Journal of Molecular Cell Biology. 6:(3)192-197.  Abstract
  4. Minis A., Dahary D., Manor O., Leshkowitz D., Pilpel Y. & Yaron A. (2014). Subcellular Transcriptomics-Dissection of the mRNA Composition in the Axonal Compartment of Sensory Neurons.  Developmental Neurobiology. 74:(3)365-381.  Abstract
  5. Hoffman Y., Bublik D. R., Pilpel Y. & Oren M. (2014). miR-661 downregulates both Mdm2 and Mdm4 to activate p53.  Cell Death and Differentiation. 21:(2)302-309.  Abstract
  6. Bloom-Ackermann Z., Navon S., Gingold H., Towers R., Pilpel Y. & Dahan O. (2014). A Comprehensive tRNA Deletion Library Unravels the Genetic Architecture of the tRNA Pool.  PLoS Genetics. 10:(1)  Abstract


  1. Yona A. H., Bloom-Ackermann Z., Frumkin I., Hanson-Smith V., Charpak-Amikam Y., Feng Q., Boeke J. D., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2013). tRNA genes rapidly change in evolution to meet novel translational demands.  eLife. 2.  Abstract
  2. Hoffman Y., Dahary D., Bublik D. R., Oren M. & Pilpel Y. (2013). The majority of endogenous microRNA targets within Alu elements avoid the microRNA machinery.  Bioinformatics. 29:(7)894-902.  Abstract
  3. Shalem O., Carey L., Zeevi D., Sharon E., Keren L., Weinberger A., Dahan O., Pilpel Y. & Segal E. (2013). Measurements of the Impact of 3 ' End Sequences on Gene Expression Reveal Wide Range and Sequence Dependent Effects.  PLoS Computational Biology. 9:(3)  Abstract


  1. Yona A. H., Manor Y. S., Herbst R. H., Romano G. H., Mitchell A., Kupiec M., Pilpel Y. & Dahan O. (2012). Chromosomal duplication is a transient evolutionary solution to stress.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109:(51)21010-21015.  Abstract
  2. Gingold H., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2012). Dynamic changes in translational efficiency are deduced from codon usage of the transcriptome.  Nucleic Acids Research. 40:(20)10053-10063.  Abstract
  3. Salari R., Wojtowicz D., Zheng J., Levens D., Pilpel Y. & Przytycka T. M. (2012). Teasing Apart Translational and Transcriptional Components of Stochastic Variations in Eukaryotic Gene Expression.  PLoS Computational Biology. 8:(8)  Abstract
  4. Ben Yaakov Y. K., Dagan S. Y., Segal-Ruder Y., Shalem O., Vuppalanchi D., Willis D. E., Yudin D., Rishal I., Rother F., Bader M., Blesch A., Pilpel Y., Twiss J. L. & Fainzilber M. (2012). Axonal transcription factors signal retrogradely in lesioned peripheral nerve.  EMBO Journal. 31:(6)1350-1363.  Abstract
  5. Dori-Bachash M., Shalem O., Manor Y. S., Pilpel Y. & Tirosh I. (2012). Widespread promoter-mediated coordination of transcription and mRNA degradation.  Genome Biology. 13:(12)  Abstract


  1. Shalem O., Groisman B., Choder M., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2011). Transcriptome Kinetics Is Governed by a Genome-Wide Coupling of mRNA Production and Degradation: A Role for RNA Pol II.  PLoS Genetics. 7:(9)  Abstract
  2. Dahan O., Gingold H. & Pilpel Y. (2011). Regulatory mechanisms and networks couple the different phases of gene expression.  Trends in Genetics. 27:(8)316-322.  Abstract
  3. Limor-Waisberg K., Carmi A., Scherz A., Pilpel Y. & Furman I. (2011). Specialization versus adaptation: two strategies employed by cyanophages to enhance their translation efficiencies.  Nucleic Acids Research. 39:(14)6016-6028.  Abstract
  4. Dahary D., Shalgi R. & Pilpel Y. (2011). CpG Islands as a Putative Source for Animal miRNAs: Evolutionary and Functional Implications.  Molecular Biology and Evolution. 28:(5)1545-1551.  Abstract
  5. Gingold H. & Pilpel Y. (2011). Determinants of translation efficiency and accuracy.  Molecular Systems Biology. 7.  Abstract
  6. Mitchell A. & Pilpel Y. (2011). A mathematical model for adaptive prediction of environmental changes by microorganisms.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108:(17)7271-7276.  Abstract
  7. Pilpel Y. (2011). Noise in Biological Systems: Pros, Cons, and Mechanisms of Control.  Yeast Systems Biology: Methods And Protocols. 407-425.  Abstract
  8. Navon S. & Pilpel Y. (2011). The role of codon selection in regulation of translation efficiency deduced from synthetic libraries.  GENOME BIOLOGY. 12:(2)  Abstract


  1. Michaelevski I., Segal-Ruder Y., Rozenbaum M., Medzihradszky K. F., Shalem O., Coppola G., Horn-Saban S., Ben Yaakov Y. K., Dagan S. Y., Rishal I., Geschwind D. H., Pilpel Y., Burlingame A. L. & Fainzilber M. (2010). Signaling to Transcription Networks in the Neuronal Retrograde Injury Response.  Science Signaling. 3:(130)  Abstract
  2. Shalgi R., Pilpel Y. & Oren M. (2010). Repression of transposable-elements - a microRNA anti-cancer defense mechanism?.  Trends in Genetics. 26:(6)253-259.  Abstract
  3. Avraham R., Sas-Chen A., Manor O., Steinfeld I., Shalgi R., Tarcic G., Bossel N., Zeisel A., Amit I., Zwang Y., Enerly E., Russnes H. G., Biagioni F., Mottolese M., Strano S., Blandino G., Borresen-Dale A., Pilpel Y. & Yakhini Z. (2010). EGF Decreases the Abundance of MicroRNAs That Restrain Oncogenic Transcription Factors.  Science Signaling. 3:(124)  Abstract
  4. Tuller T., Carmi A., Vestsigian K., Navon S., Dorfan Y., Zaborske J., Pan T., Dahan O., Furman I. & Pilpel Y. (2010). An Evolutionarily Conserved Mechanism for Controlling the Efficiency of Protein Translation.  Cell. 141:(2)344-354.  Abstract
  5. Martinez M. R., Soriano J., Tlusty T., Pilpel Y. & Furman I. (2010). Messenger RNA fluctuations and regulatory RNAs shape the dynamics of a negative feedback loop.  Physical Review E. 81:(3)  Abstract
  6. Christoffersen N. R., Shalgi R., Frankel L. B., Leucci E., Lees M., Klausen M., Pilpel Y., Nielsen F. C., Oren M. & Lund A. H. (2010). p53-independent upregulation of miR-34a during oncogene-induced senescence represses MYC.  Cell Death and Differentiation. 17:(2)236-245.  Abstract
  7. Shen-Orr S. S., Pilpel Y. & Hunter C. P. (2010). Composition and regulation of maternal and zygotic transcriptomes reflects species-specific reproductive mode.  Genome Biology. 11:(6)  Abstract


  1. Shalgi R., Brosh R., Oren M., Pilpel Y. & Rotter V. (2009). Coupling transcriptional and post-transcriptional miRNA regulation in the control of cell fate.  AGING-US. 1:(9)762-770.  Abstract
  2. Kam N., Pilpel Y. & Fainzilber M. (2009). Can Molecular Motors Drive Distance Measurements in Injured Neurons?.  PLoS Computational Biology. 5:(8)  Abstract
  3. Mitchell A., Romano G. H., Groisman B., Yona A., Dekel E., Kupiec M., Dahan O. & Pilpel Y. (2009). Adaptive prediction of environmental changes by microorganisms.  Nature. 460:(7252)220-U80.  Abstract
  4. Kafri R., Springer M. & Pilpel Y. (2009). Genetic Redundancy: New Tricks for Old Genes.  Cell. 136:(3)389-392.  Abstract


  1. Brosh R., Shalgi R., Liran A., Landan G., Korotayev K., Nguyen G. H., Enerly E., Johnsen H., Buganim Y., Solomon H., Goldstein I., Madar S., Goldfinger N., Brresen-Dale A., Ginsberg D., Harris C. C., Pilpel Y., Oren M. & Rotter V. (2008). p53-repressed miRNAs are involved with E2F in a feed-forward loop promoting proliferation.  Molecular Systems Biology. 4.  Abstract
  2. Shalem O., Dahan O., Levo M., Martinez M. R., Furman I., Segal E. & Pilpel Y. (2008). Transient transcriptional responses to stress are generated by opposing effects of mRNA production and degradation.  Molecular Systems Biology. 4.  Abstract
  3. Michal L., Mizrahi-Man O. & Pilpel Y. (2008). Functional characterization of variations on regulatory motifs.  PLoS Genetics. 4:(3)  Abstract
  4. Kafri R., Dahan O., Levy J. & Pilpel Y. (2008). Preferential protection of protein interaction network hubs in yeast: Evolved functionality of genetic redundancy.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105:(4)1243-1248.  Abstract


  1. Segal L., Lapidot M., Solan Z., Ruppin E., Pilpel Y. & Horn D. (2007). Nucleotide variation of regulatory motifs may lead to distinct expression patterns.  Bioinformatics. 23:(13)I440-I449.  Abstract
  2. Shalgi R., Lieber D., Oren M. & Pilpel Y. (2007). Global and local architecture of the mammalian microRNA-transcription factor regulatory network.  PLoS Computational Biology. 3:(7)1291-1304.  Abstract
  3. Man O. & Pilpel Y. (2007). Differential translation efficiency of orthologous genes is involved in phenotypic divergence of yeast species.  Nature Genetics. 39:(3)415-421.  Abstract
  4. Lapidot M. & Pilpel Y. (2007). Characterization of the effects of TF binding site variations on gene expression towards predicting the functional outcomes of regulatory SNPs.  Systems Biology And Regulatory Genomics. 4023:51-61.  Abstract
  5. Man O., Sussman J. & Pilpel Y. (2007). Examination of the tRNA adaptation index as a predictor of protein expression levels.  Systems Biology And Regulatory Genomics. 4023:107-118.  Abstract


  1. Lapidot M. & Pilpel Y. (2006). Genome-wide natural antisense transcription: coupling its regulation to its different regulatory mechanisms.  EMBO Reports. 7:(12)1216-1222.  Abstract
  2. Kafri R., Levy M. & Pilpel Y. (2006). The regulatory utilization of genetic redundancy through responsive backup circuits.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103:(31)11653-11658.  Abstract
  3. Bar-Even A., Paulsson J., Maheshri N., Carmi M., O'Shea E., Pilpel Y. & Barkai N. (2006). Noise in protein expression scales with natural protein abundance.  Nature Genetics. 38:(6)636-643.  Abstract
  4. Xi Y., Shalgi R., Fodstad O., Pilpel Y. & Ju J. (2006). Differentially regulated micro-RNAs and actively translated messenger RNA transcripts by tumor suppressor p53 in colon cancer.  Clinical Cancer Research. 12:(7)2014-2024.  Abstract
  5. Rotter V., Milyavsky M., Tabach Y., Shats I., Erez N., Cohen Y., Tang X., Kalis M., Buganim Y., Goldfinger N., Ginsberg D., Domany E. & Pilpel Y. (2006). Amplification of p53 induced "SIGNATURE GENES" in cells transformed in vitro.  Tumor Biology. 27:(suppl. 1)1-1.  Abstract
  6. Furman I. & Pilpel Y. (2006). Promoting human promoters.  Molecular Systems Biology. 2.


  1. Sigal N., Vardy E., Molshanski-Mor S., Eitan A., Pilpel Y., Schuldiner S. & Bibi E. (2005). 3D model of the Escherichia coli multidrug transporter MdfA reveals an essential membrane-embedded positive charge.  Biochemistry. 44:(45)14870-14880.  Abstract
  2. Kafri R., Bar-Even A. & Pilpel Y. (2005). Transcription control reprogramming in genetic backup circuits.  Nature Genetics. 37:(3)295-299.  Abstract
  3. Garten Y., Kaplan S. & Pilpel Y. (2005). Extraction of transcription regulatory signals from genome-wide DNA - protein interaction data.  Nucleic Acids Research. 33:(2)605-615.  Abstract
  4. Shalgi R., Lapidot M., Shamir R. & Pilpel Y. (2005). A catalog of stability-associated sequence elements in 3 ' UTRs of yeast mRNAs.  Genome Biology. 6:(10)  Abstract
  5. Tabach Y., Milyavsky M., Shats I., Brosh R., Zuk O., Yitzhaky A., Mantovani R., Domany E., Rotter V. & Pilpel Y. (2005). The promoters of human cell cycle genes integrate signals from two tumor suppressive pathways during cellular transformation.  Molecular Systems Biology. 1.  Abstract


  1. Lapidot M. & Pilpel Y. (2003). Comprehensive quantitative analyses of the effects of promoter sequence elements on mRNA transcription.  Nucleic Acids Research. 31:(13)3824-3828.  Abstract
  2. Pilpel Y., Bogin O., Brumfeld V. & Reich Z. (2003). Polyproline type II conformation in the C-terminal domain of the nuclear pore complex protein gp210.  Biochemistry. 42:(12)3519-3526.  Abstract


  1. Reich Z., Kapon R., Nevo R., Pilpel Y., Zmora S. & Scolnik Y. (2001). Scanning force microscopy in the applied biological sciences.  Biotechnology Advances. 19:(6)451-485.  Abstract
  2. Lapidot M., Pilpel Y., Gilad Y., Falcovitz A., Sharon D., Haaf T. & Lancet D. (2001). Mouse-human orthology relationships in an olfactory receptor gene cluster.  Genomics. 71:(3)296-306.  Abstract
  3. Fuchs T., Glusman G., Horn-Saban S., Lancet D. & Pilpel Y. (2001). The human olfactory subgenome: from sequence to structure and evolution.  Human Genetics. 108:(1)1-13.  Abstract


  1. Glusman G., Bahar A., Sharon D., Pilpel Y., White J. & Lancet D. (2000). The olfactory receptor gene superfamily: data mining, classification, and nomenclature.  Mammalian Genome. 11:(11)1016-1023.  Abstract
  2. Conticello S., Pilpel Y., Glusman G. & Fainzilber M. (2000). Position-specific codon conservation in hypervariable gene families.  Trends in Genetics. 16:(2)57-59.


  1. Pilpel Y., Ben-Tal N. & Lancet D. (1999). kPROT: A knowledge-based scale for the propensity of residue orientation in transmembrane segments. Application to membrane protein structure prediction.  Journal of Molecular Biology. 294:(4)921-935.  Abstract
  2. Sharon D., Glusman G., Pilpel Y., Khen M., Gruetzner F., Haaf T. & Lancet D. (1999). Primate evolution of an olfactory receptor cluster: Diversification by gene conversion and recent emergence of pseudogenes.  Genomics. 61:(1)24-36.  Abstract
  3. Pilpel Y. & Lancet D. (1999). The variable and conserved interfaces of modeled olfactory receptor proteins.  Protein Science. 8:(5)969-977.  Abstract
  4. Pilpel Y. & Lancet D. (1999). Olfaction - Good reception in fruitfly antennae.  Nature. 398:(6725)285-+.
  5. Segre D., Ben-Eli D., Pilpel Y., Kedem O. & Lancet D. (1999). GARDobes: Primordial cell nano-precursors with organic catalysis, compositional genome and capacity to evolve.  Instruments, Methods, And Missions For Astrobiology Ii. 3755:144-162.  Abstract
  6. Pilpel Y., Sosinsky A. & Lancet D. (1999). Molecular biology of olfactory receptors.  Essays In Biochemistry, Vol 33. 33:93-104.


  1. Segre D., Lancet D., Kedem O. & Pilpel Y. (1998). Graded autocatalysis replication domain (GARD): Kinetic analysis of self-replication in mutually catalytic sets.  Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres. 28:(6-Apr)501-514.  Abstract
  2. Segre D., Pilpel Y. & Lancet D. (1998). Mutual catalysis in sets of prebiotic organic molecules: Evolution through computer simulated chemical kinetics.  Physica A. 249:(4-Jan)558-564.  Abstract
  3. Sharon D., Glusman G., Pilpel Y., Horn-Saban S. & Lancet D. (1998). Genome dynamics, evolution, and protein modeling in the olfactory receptor gene superfamily.  Olfaction And Taste Xii: An International Symposium. 855:182-193.  Abstract
  4. Pilpel Y., Sosinsky A. & Lancet D. (1998). Molecular biology of olfactory receptors.  Essays In Biochemistry, Vol 33, 1998. 33:93-104.


  1. Lancet D., Kedem O. & Pilpel Y. (1994). EMERGENCE OF ORDER IN SMALL AUTOCATALYTIC SETS MAINTAINED FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM - APPLICATION OF A PROBABILISTIC RECEPTOR AFFINITY DISTRIBUTION (RAD) MODEL.  Berichte Der Bunsen-Gesellschaft-Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 98:(9)1166-1169.  Abstract