Manuscript List

1.Validation of the SCM-test for the diagnosis of cancer. Deutsch M, Weinreb A. Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol., 1983, 19(2): 187-193.

2.Tumor specificity of the SCM test for cancer diagnosis. Chaitchik S, Asher O, Deutsch M, Weinreb A. Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol., 1985, 21(10): 1165-1170.

3.An evaluation of the SCM test for the diagnosis of cancer of the breast. Chaitchik S, Deutsch M, Asher O, Krauss G, Lebovich P, Michlin H, Weinreb A.Eur J Cancer Clin Oncol., 1988, 24(5): 861-866.

4.Apparatus for high-precision repetitive sequential optical measurement of living cells. Deutsch M, Weinreb A. Cytometry, 1994, 16(3): 214-226.

5.Fluorescence polarization changes in lymphocyte cytoplasm as a diagnostic test for breast carcinoma. Ron IG, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Eisenthal A, Chaitchik S. Eur J Cancer, 1995, 31A(6): 917-920.

6.Lymphocyte fluorescence polarization measurements with the Cellscan system: application to the SCM cancer test. Deutsch M, Ron I, Weinreb A, Tirosh R, Chaitchik S. Cytometry, 1996, 23(2): 159-165.

7.Decrease of intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization (IFFP) in human peripheral blood lymphocytes undergoing stimulation with phytohaemagglutinin (PHA), concanavalin A (ConA), pokeweed mitogen (PWM) and anti-CD3 antibody. Eisenthal A, Marder O, Dotan D, Baron S, Lifschitz-Mercer B, Chaitchik S, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Deutsch M. Biol Cell, 1996, 86(2-3): 145-150.

8.Effect of interleukin-1 alpha, interleukin-1 beta and tumor necrosis factor-alpha on the intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization of human lung fibroblasts. Marder O, Shoval S, Eisenthal A, Fireman E, Skornick Y, Lifschitz-Mercer B, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Deutsch M. Pathobiology, 1996, 64(3): 123-130.

9.Inhibition of mitogen-induced changes in intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization of human peripheral blood lymphocytes by colchicine, vinblastine and cytochalasin B. Eisenthal A, Marder O, Lifschitz-Mercer B, Skornick Y, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Deutsch M. Cell Struct Funct., 1996, 21(3): 159-166.

10.Fluorescence polarization changes in the lymphocytic cytoplasm in the various stages of breast cancer. Ron IG, Deutsch M, Merimsky O, Tirosh R, Rachmani H, Kaufman M, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S. Oncology Reports, 1996, 3: 197-199.

11.Detection of colon cancer by monitoring the intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization changes in lymphocytes. Merimsky O, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Wohl I, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S. Cancer Detect Prev., 1996, 20(4): 300-307.

12.Potential for anatomic localization in colorectal cancer using the SCM test. Merimsky O, Deutsch M, Ron I, Tirosh R, Dale A, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S. Oncology Reports, 1996, 3: 1141-1143.

13.Fourier analysis of differential light scattering for the quantitation of FSH response associated with structural changes in immortalized granulosa cells. Schiffer Z, Keren-Tal I, Deutsch M, Dantes A, Aharoni D, Weinerb A, Tirosh R, Amsterdam A. Mol Cell Endocrinol., 1996, 118(1-2): 145-153.

14.Adaptation of the Cellscan technique for the SCM test in breast cancer. Rahmani H, Deutsch M, Ron I, Gerbat S, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S, Lalchuk S. Eur J Cancer, 1996, (10): 1758-1765.

15.Indication that intracellular fluorescence polarization of T lymphocytes is cell cycle dependent. Zurgil N, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Brodie C. Cell Struct Funct., 1996, 21(4): 271-276.

16.Detection of melanoma by monitoring the intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization changes in lymphocytes. Merimsky O, Kaplan B, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S. Cancer Detect Prev., 1997, 21(2): 167-177.

17.2',7'-Bis-(carboxyethyl)-5-(6')-carboxyfluorescein (BCECF) as a probe for intracellular fluorescence polarization measurements. Gellman-Zhornitsky E, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Yitshak Y, Weinreb A, Shapiro H. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 1997, (2): 186-194.

18.Monitoring of effector and target cell stimulation during conjugation by fluorescence polarization. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Eisenthal A, Marder O, Irlin Y, Lalchuk S, Deutsch M. Biol Cell, 1997, 89(7): 443-452.

19.Cell activation influences cell staining kinetics. Sunray M, Deutsch M, Kaufman M, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Rachmani H. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc., 1997, 53A(10): 1645-53.

20.A selective impairment of the IL-2 system in lymphocytes of patients with glioblastomas: increased level of soluble IL-2R and reduced protein tyrosine phosphorylation. Ashkenazi E, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Tsukerman A, Brodie C. Neuroimmunomodulation, 1997, 4(1): 49-56.

21.Letter to the editor PII: Response from Rahmani & Associates. Rahmani H, Deutsch M, Ron I, Gerbat S, Tirosh R, Weinreb A, Chaitchik S, Lalchuk S. European Journal of Cancer, 1997, 33(8): 334-335.

22.Carboxyfluorescein as a fluorescent probe for cytoplasmic effects of lymphocyte stimulation. Cohen-Kashi M, Deutsch M, Tirosh R, Rachmani H, Weinreb A. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc., 1997, 53A(10): 1655-1661.

23.Influenza A virus affects the response of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells to phytohaemagglutinin A by altering the cytoskeleton. Eisenthal A, Marder O, Lifschitz-Mercer B, Skornick Y, Fixler D, Avtalion R, Tirosh R, Deutsch M. Pathobiology, 1997, 65(2): 69-74.

24.Infection of K562 cells with influenza A virus increases their susceptibility to natural killer lysis. Eisenthal A, Marder O, Lifschitz-Mercer B, Skornick Y, Tirosh R, Irlin Y, Avtalion R, Deutsch M. Pathobiology, 1997, 65(6): 331-340.

25.Prelytic stimulation of target and effector cells following conjugation as measured by intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Eisenthal A, Lalchuk S, Marder O, Irlin Y, Deutsch M. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 1998, 3(3): 312-325.

26.Preparation of a diagnostic antigen of human melanoma based on lymphocyte activation as measured by intracellular fluorescein fluorescence polarization. Avtalion N, Avtalion R, Tirosh R, Sheinberg A, Weinreb A, Avinoach I, Deutsch M. Cancer Detect Prev., 1999, 23(1): 64-71.

27.The trace and subgrouping of lymphocyte activation by dynamic fluorescence intensity and polarization measurements. Sunray M, Kaufman M, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 1999, 261(3): 712-719.

28.Determination of cellular thiol levels in individual viable lymphocytes by means of fluorescence intensity and polarization. Zurgil N, Kaufman M, Solodiev I, Deutsch M. J Immunol Methods, 1999, 229(1-2): 23-34.

29.Fourier analysis of light scattered by elongated scatterers. Schiffer Z, Ashkenazi Y, Tirosh R, Deutsch M. Applied Optics, 1999,38(16): 3626-3635.

30.Reactivity of peripheral blood lymphocytes to oxidized low-density lipoprotein: a novel system to estimate atherosclerosis employing the Cellscan. Zurgil N, Levy Y, Deutsch M, Gilburd B, George J, Harats D, Kaufman M, Shoenfeld Y. Clin Cardiol., 1999, 22(8): 526-532.

31.Fluorescence polarization as an early measure of T-lymphocyte stimulation. Deutsch M, Zurgil N, Kaufman M, Berke G. Methods Mol Biol., 2000, 134: 221-242.

32.Analysis of enzyme kinetics in individual living cells utilizing fluorescence intensity and polarization measurements. Deutsch M, Kaufman M, Shapiro H, Zurgil N. Cytometry, 2000, 39(1): 36-44.

33.Fluorescein fluorescence hyperpolarization as an early kinetic measure of the apoptotic process. Zurgil N, Schiffer Z, Shafran Y, Kaufman M, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 2000, 268(1): 155-163.

34.Cytoplasmic changes in cardiac cells during contraction cycle detected by fluorescence polarization. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Shainberg A, Deutsch M. Journal of Fluorescence, 2001, 11(2): 89-100.

35.Analysis of laser scattering pattern as an early measure of apoptosis. Shiffer Z, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 2001, 289(5): 1320-1327.

36.Determination of individual cell michaelis-menten constants. Sunray M, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Deutsch M. Cytometry, 2002, 47(1): 8-16.

37.Analysis of early apoptotic events in individual cells by fluorescence intensity and polarization measurements. Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Fixler D, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 2002, 290(5): 1573-1582.

38.Fluorescence resonance energy transfers measurements on cell surfaces via fluorescence polarization. Cohen-Kashi M, Moshkov S, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Biophys J., 2002, 83(3): 1395-1402.

39.Fluorescence polarization as a functional parameter in monitoring living cells: theory and practice. Deutsch M, Weinreb A, Kaufman M, Tirosh R. Journal of Fluorescence, 2002, 12(1): 25-44.

40.Induction of biologically active antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies by immunization with human apoptotic polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Rauova L, Gilburd B, Zurgil N, Blank M, Guejes L, Brickman CM, Cebecauer L, Deutsch M, Wiik A, Shoenfeld Y. Clin Immunol, 2002, 103(1): 69-78.

41.Differential aspects in ratio measurements of [Ca(2+)](i) relaxation in cardiomyocyte contraction following various drug treatments. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Zinman T, Shainberg A, Deutsch M. Cell Calcium, 2002, 31(6): 279-287.

42.Fluorescence polarization: a novel indicator of cardiomyocyte contraction. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Zinman T, Shainberg A, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2003, 300(1): 23-8.

43.The influence of different cultivating conditions on polymorphonuclear leukocyte apoptotic processes in vitro, I: the morphological characteristics of PMN spontaneous apoptosis. Guejes L, Zurgil N, Deutsch M, Gilburd B, Shoenfeld Y. Ultrastruct Pathol, 2003, 27(1): 23-32.

44.The induction of apoptosis by methotrexate in activated lymphocytes as indicated by fluorescence hyperpolarization: a possible model for predicting methotrexate therapy for rheumatoid arthritis patients. Herman S, Zurgil N, Langevitz P, Ehrenfeld M, Deutsch M. Cell Struct Funct, 2003,28(2): 113-122.

45.Ratiometric fluorescence polarization as a cytometric functional parameter: theory and practice. Yishai Y, Fixler D, Cohen-Kashi M, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Phys Med Biol, 2003, 48(15): 2255-2268.

46.A novel approach for on line monitoring of apoptotic cell shrinkage in individual live lymphocytes. Zurgil N, Sunray M, Shafran Y, Afrimzon E, Deutsch M. J Immunol Methods, 2003, 281: 37-49.

47.Monitoring the apoptotic process induced by oxidized low-density lipoprotein in jurkat T-lymphoblast and U937 monocytic human cell lines. Zurgil N, Solodiev I, Gilburd B, Shafran Y, Afrimzon E, Avtalion R, Shoenfeld Y, Deutsch M. Cell Biochem Biophys, 2004, 40(2): 97-113.

48.Monitoring of intracellular enzyme kinetic characteristics of peripheral mononuclear cells in breast cancer patients. Afrimzon E, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Sandbank J, Orda R, Lalchuk S, Deutsch M. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 2004, 13(2): 235-241.

49.The immunosuppressive effect of methotrexate in active rheumatoid arthritis patients vs. its stimulatory effect in nonactive patients, as indicated by cytometric measurements of CD4+ T cell subpopulations. Herman S, Zurgil N, Langevitz P, Ehrenfeld M, Deutsch M. Immunol. Invest., 2004, 33(0): 1-12.

50.Overexpression of 15-Lipoxygenase in the vascular endothelium is associated with increased thymic apoptosis in LDL receptor-deficient mice. Afek A, Zurgil N, Bar-Dayan Y, Polak-Charcon S, Goldberg I, Deutsch M, Kopolovich J, Keren G, Harats D, George J. Pathobiology, 2004, 71(5): 261-266.

51.Antineutrophil cytoplasmic autoantibodies penetrate into human polymorphonuclear leukocytes and modify their apoptosis. Deutsch M, Guejes L, Zurgil N, Shovman O, Gilburd B, Afrimzon E, Shoenfeld Y. Clin Exp Rheumatol, 2004, 22(6 Suppl 36): S35-540.

52.Low dose methotrexate induces apoptosis with reactive oxygen species involvement in T lymphocytic cell lines to a greater extent than in monocytic lines. Herman S, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Inflamm Res, 2005, 54(7): 273-80.

53.Energy transfer efficiency on lymphocytes of leukemia patients measured by fluorescence polarization. Cohen-Kashi M, Haran M, Afrimzon E, Deutsch M. Leuk. Lymphoma, 2005, 46(1): 113-120.

54.The influence of different cultivating conditions on polymorphonuclear leukocyte apoptotic process in vitro, II: ultrastructural characteristics of PMN populations incubated with proteinase 3 anti-neutrophil autoantibodies. Guejes L, Zurgil N, Stambler I, Deutsch M, Gilburd B, Shoenfeld Y. Ultrastructural Pathology, 2005, 29: 37-51.

55.Simultaneous intra- and extracellular superoxide monitoring using an integrated optical and electrochemical sensor system. Chang SC, Pereira-Rodrigues N, Zurgil N, Henderson JR, Bedioui F, McNeil CJ, Deutsch M. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2005, 327: 979-984.

56.Tracing apoptosis and stimulation in individual cells by fluorescence intensity and anisotropy decay. Fixler D, Tirosh R, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2005, 10(3): 34007.

57.Combined system for the simultaneous optical and electrochemical monitoring of intra- and extracellular NO produced by glioblastoma cells. Pereira-Rodrigues N, Zurgil N, Chang SC, Henderson JR, Bedioui F, McNeil CJ, Deutsch M. Anal Chem, 2005, 1;77(9): 2733-2738.

58.A cluster pattern algorithm for the analysis of multiparametric cell assays. Kaufman M, Blokh D, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Deutsch M. J Comput Biol, 2005, 12(7):1014-28.

59.Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Imaging via Fluorescence Polarization Measurement. Cohen-Kashi M, Namer Y,Deutsch M. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 2006, 11 (3): 34015.

*Note: Journal cover image showcases the artwork of this manuscript.

60.Influence of fluorescence anisotropy on fluorescence intensity and lifetime measurement: theory, simulations and experiments. Fixler D, Yishay Y, Deutsch M. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2006, 53 (6): 1141-1152.

61.Lymphocyte resistance to lysophosphatidylcholine mediated apoptosis in atherosclerosis. Zurgil N, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Shubman O, Gilburd B, Birkman Y, Shoenfeld Y, Deutsch M. Atherosclerosis, 2006, 190 (1): 73-83.

62.Construction and use of an integrated electrochemical device for the detection of biologically relevant compounds released from non adherent cells. Application for the electrochemical determination of nitric oxide produced by human U937 cells. Pereira Rodrigues N, Bedioui F, Deutsch A, Zurgil N, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Deutsch M. Electrochemistry Communications, 2006, (8): 341-347.

63.Tagging and Tracking Individual Networks within a Complex Mitochondrial Web Using Photoactivatable GFP. Twig G, Solomon A. Graf, Jakob D. Wikstrom, Hibo Mohamed, Sarah E. Haigh, Alvaro Elorza, Deutsch M, Zurgil N, Reynolds N, Shirihai O. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 2006, 291(1): C176-184.

64.A novel miniature cell retainer for correlative high-content analysis of individual untethered non-adherent cells. Deutsch M, Deutsch A, Shirihai O, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, and Zurgil N. Lab on a Chip, 2006, 6: 995 1000.

*Note: The cover image of the 8th issue of Lab on a Chip 2006 showcases artwork from this manuscript.

65.Microplate cell-retaining methodology for high-content analysis of individual non-adherent unanchored cells in a population. Deutsch A, Zurgil N, Hurevich I, Shafran Y, Afrimzon E, Leibovich P, Deutsch M. Biomedical Microdevices, 2006, 8: 361-374.

66.Concomitant real time monitoring of intracellular reactive oxygen species and mitochondrial membrane potential in individual living promonocytic cells. Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Afrimzon E, Fixler D, Shainberg A, Deutsch M. Journal of Immunological Methods, 2006, 316(1-2): 27-41.

67.Multiparametric Assays on Individual Cells. Haigh S, Schroen D, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Genetic Engineering News, 2006, 26(19): 18-20.

68.Live cell arrays-the newcomers to the microarray town. Haigh S E, Shirihai O S, Zurgil N, Deutsch M, Biran I. DrugPlus International, 2006.

69.Pattern projection for subpixel resolved imaging in microscopy. Garcia J, Zalevsky Z, Weiss A, Deutsch M. Micron, 2007, 38 (2): 115-120.

70.Particle Sizing Methods: A Stationary Phase-Based Comparison. Schiffer Z, Deutsch M. Applied Optics, 2007, 46(12): 2209-2218.

71.Speckle random coding for 2-D super resolving fluorescent microscopic imaging. Fixler D, Garcia J, Weiss A, Zalevsky Z, Deutsch M. Micron, 2007, 38(2): 121-128.

72.Breast cancer detection by Michaelis-Menten constants via linear programming. Blokh D, Afrimzon E, Stambler I, Korech E, Shafran Y, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2007, 85(3): 210-213.

73.The information-theory analysis of Michaelis-Menten constants for detection of breast cancer. Blokh D, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Orda R, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Cancer Detection and Prevention, 2007, 31:489-498.

74.An information-theoretical model for breast cancer detection. Blokh D, Zurgil N, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Deutsch M. Methods of Information in Medicine, 2008, 47(4): 322-327.

75.Methotrexate selectively modulates Th1/Th2 balance in active rheumatoid arthritis patients. Herman S, Zurgil N, Langevitz P, Ehrenfeld M, Deutsch M. Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology, 2008, 26(2): 317-323.

76.Intracellular esterase activity in living cells may distinguish between metastatic and tumor-free lymph nodes. Afrimzon E, Deutsch A, Shafran Y, Zurgil N, Sandbank J, Deutsch M. Clinical & Experimental Metastasis, 2008, 25: 213-224.

77.Functional analysis of individual cells and microenvironment of breast cancer draining lymph nodes. Zurgil N, Deutsch A, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Tirosh R, Sandbank J, Pappo I, Deutsch M. Cancer Science, 2008, 99(5): 936-45.

78.Comparative analysis of cell parameter groups for breast cancer detection. Blokh D, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Platkov M, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 2009, 94(3): 239-249.

79.Synergistic activity between a spinach-derived natural antioxidant (NAO) and commercial antioxidant in a variety of oxidation systems. Hait-Darshan R, Grossman S, Bergman M, Deutsch M, Zurgil N. Food Research International, 2009, 42(2): 246-253.

80.An information-theoretical model for breast cancer detection. Blokh D, Zurgil N, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y,Korech E, Sandbank J, Deutsch M. Methods Inf Med., 2008, 47(4): 322-7.

81.Polymer live-cell array for real-time kinetic imaging of immune cells. Zurgil N, Afrimzon E, Deutsch A, Namer Y, Shafran Y, Sobolev M, Tauber Y,Ravid-Hermesh O, Deutsch M. Biomaterials, 2010, 31(18): 5022-5029.

82.The individual-cell-based cryo-chip for the cryopreservation, manipulation and observation of spatially identifiable cells. I: Methodology. Deutsch M, Afrimzon E Namer Y, Shafran Y , Sobolev M , Zurgil N, Deutsch A, Howitz S, Greuner M , Thaele M, Zimmermann H , Meiser I and Ehrhart F. BMC Cell Biology, 2010, 11: 54.

83.A polymer microstructure array for the formation, culturing, and high throughput drug screening of breast cancer spheroids. Markovitz-Bishitz Y, Tauber Y, Afrimzon E, Zurgil N, Sobolev M, Shafran Y, Deutsch A, Howitz S, Deutsch M. Biomaterials, 2010, 31(32): 8436-44.

84.The individual-cell-based cryo-chip for the cryopreservation, manipulation and observation of spatially identifiable cells. II: functional activity of cryopreserved cells. Afrimzon E, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Ehrhart F, Namer Y, Moshkov S, Sobolev M, Deutsch A, Howitz S, Greuner M, Thaele M, Meiser I, Zimmermann H, Deutsch M. BMC Cell Biology, 2010, 11:83.

85.Distinct effects of anti-TNF combined therapy on TH1/TH2 balance in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Herman S, Zurgil N, Machlav S, Shinberg A, Langevitz P, Ehrenfeld M, Deutsch M. Clin Vaccine Immunol., 2011, 18: 1077-1082.

86.Whole-Object Fluorescence Lifetime Setup for Efficient Non-Imaging Quantitative Intracellular Fluorophore Measurements.Namer Y, Turgeman L, Deutsch M, Fixler D. J Fluoresc., 2012, 22(3):875-82.

87.Correlative analyses of nitric oxide generation rates and nitric oxide synthase levels in individual cells using a modular cell-retaining device. Shafran Y, Zurgil N, Afrimzon E, Tauber Y, Sobolev M, Shainberg A, Deutsch M .Anal Chem., 2012, 84(17):7315-22.

88.The use of sequential staining for detection of heterogeneous intracellular response of individual Jurkat cells to lysophosphatidylcholine. Afrimzon E, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Leibovich P, Sobolev M, Guejes L, Deutsch M., J Immunol Methods, 2013, 387(1-2):96-106. Oct 10.

89.Letter to the editor regarding "Trapping cells on a stretchable microwell array for single-cell analysis". Deutsch M., Anal Bioanal Chem., 2013, 405(20):6605.

90.Real-time monitoring of changes in plasma membrane potential via imaging of fluorescence resonance energy transfer at individual cell resolution in suspension. Sabati T, Galmidi BS, Korngreen A, Zurgil N, Deutsch M., J Biomed Opt., 2013, 18(12):126010.

91.Donut-shaped chambers for analysis of biochemical processes at the cellular and subcellular levels. Zurgil N, Ravid-Hermesh O, Shafran Y, Howitz S, Afrimzon E, Sobolev M, He J, Shinar E, Goldman-Levi R, Deutsch M., Lab Chip. 2014, 14(13):2226-39.

92.Photobleaching of fluorescein as a probe for oxidative stress in single cells. Platkov M, Tirosh R, Kaufman M, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. J Photochem Photobiol B. 2014, 140:306-314.

93.Real-time quantification of protein expression and translocation at individual cell resolution using imaging-dish-based live cell array. Ravid-Hermesh O, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Sobolev M, Galmidi M, Badihi Y, Israel LL, Lellouche JP, Lellouche E, Michaeli S, Deutsch M. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2014, 406(28):7085-101.

94.Analysis of the Spectroscopic Aspects of Cationic Dye Basic Orange 21. Eizig Z, Major DT, Kasdan HL, Afrimzon E, Zurgil N, Sobolev M, Deutsch M. J Phys Chem A. 2015, 119(38):9794-804.

95.In situ label-free static cytometry by monitoring spatiotemporal fluctuations of image gray values. Wohl I, Zurgil N, Hakuk Y, Sobolev M, Galmidi M, Deutsch M. J Biomed Opt. 2015, 20(10):105013.

96.Hydrogel microstructure live-cell array for multiplexed analyses of cancer stem cells, tumor heterogeneity and differential drug response at single-element resolution. Afrimzon E, Botchkina G, Zurgil N, Shafran Y, Sobolev M, Moshkov S, Ravid-Hermesh O, Ojima I, Deutsch M. Lab Chip. 2016, Lab Chip. 2016, 16(6):1047-62. doi: 10.1039/c6lc00014b.

97.In Situ Evaluation of Physiological Activity and Mitochondrial Dysfunction via Novo Label-Free Measures Based on Fluctuation of Image Gray Values. Wohl I, Zurgil N, Hakuk Y, Sobolev M, Deutsch M. J Anal Bioanal Tech. 2016, 7:308. doi:10.4172/2155-9872.1000308.