• Oron O, Getselter D, Shohat S, Reuveni E, Lukic I, Shifman S, Elliott E. Impaired Risk assessment behavior is associated with dysregulated striatal glutaminergic signaling in autism mouse models. Translational Psychiatry
  • Epigenomic signatures underpin the axonal regenerative ability of dorsal root ganglia sensory neurons. Palmisano I, Danzi MC, Hutson TH, Zhou L, McLachlan E, Serger E, Shkura K, Srivastava PK, Hervera A, Neill NO, Liu T, Dhrif H, Wang Z, Kubat M, Wuchty S, Merkenschlager M, Levi L, Elliott E, Bixby JL, Lemmon VP, Di Giovanni S. Nature Neurosci. 2019 Nov;22(11):1913-1924
  • Lukić I, Getselter D, Koren O, Elliott E. Role of Tryptophan in Microbiota-Induced Depressive-Like Behavior: Evidence From Tryptophan Depletion Study. Front Behav Neurosci. 2019 Jun 4;13:123.
  • Werbner M, Barsheshet Y, Werbner N, Zigdon M, Averbuch I, Ziv O, Brant B, Elliott E, Gelberg S, Titelbaum M, Koren O, Avni O. Social-Stress-Responsive Microbiota Induces Stimulation of Self-Reactive Effector T Helper Cells. mSystems. 2019 May 14;4(4)
  • Lukic I, Getselter D, Ziv O, Oron O, Reuveni E, Koren O, Elliott E. Antidepressants affect gut microbiota and Ruminococcus flavefaciens is able to abolish their effects of depressive-like behavior. Translational Psychiatry  9(1):133


  • Polis B, Srikanth KD, Elliott E, Gil-Henn H, Samson AO. L-Norvaline reverses cognitive decline and synaptic loss in a murine model of Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurotherapeutics. Oct; 15(4): 1036-1054
  • Fonar G, Polis B, Meirson T, Maltsev A, Elliott E, Samson AO. Intracerebroventricular administration of L-arginine improves spatial memory acquisition in triple transgenic mice via reduction of oxidative stress and apoptosis. Transl Neuroscience. May 31 9:43-53.
  • Tabouy L, Gestelter D, Ziv O, Karpuj M, Tabouy T, Lukic I, Maayouf R, Werber N, Ben-Amram H, Nuriel Ohayon , Oren O, Elliott E. Dysbiosis of microbiome and probiotic treatment in a genetic model of autism spectrum disorders. Brain Behavior and Immunity. May 19
  • Reuveni E, Getselter D, Oron O, Elliott E. Differential contribution of cis and trans gene transcription regulatory mechanisms in amygdala and prefrontal cortex and modulation by social stress. Scientific Reports. Apr 20;8(1):6339. (PDF)
  • Davis L, Onn I, Elliott E. The emerging roles for the chromatin structure regulators CTCF and cohesin in neurodevelopment and behavior. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. Apr;75(7):1205-1214. (PDF)


  • Nardone S, Sams DS, Zito A, Reuveni E, Elliott E. Dysregulation of cortical neuron DNA methylation profile in autism spectrum disorder. Cerebral Cortex. Dec 1;27(12):5739-5754.  (PDF)
  • Oron O, Elliott E. Delineating the Common Biological Pathways Perturbed by ASD’s Genetic Etiology: Lessons from Network-Based Studies. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. April 14 18(4):828 (PDF)


  • Sams DS, Nardone S, Getselter D, Raz D, Tal M, Rayi PR, Kaphzan H, Hakim O, Elliott E. Neuronal CTCF is necessary for basal and experience-dependant gene regulation, memory formation, and genomic organization of BDNF and Arc genes. Cell Reports November 22 17(9):2418-2430 (PDF)
  • Shemesh Y, Forkosh O, Mahn M, Anpilov S, Sztainberg Y, Manashirov S, Shlapobersky T, Elliott E, Tabouy L, Ezra G, Adler ES, Ben-Efraim YJ, Gil S, Kuperman Y, Haramati S, Dine J, Eder M, Deussing JM, Schneidman E, Yizhar O, Chen A. Ucn3 and CRF-R2 in the medial amygdala regulate complex social dynamics. Nature Neuroscience. July 18 2016 (PDF)
  • Nardone S, Elliott E. The interaction between the immune system and epigenetics in the etiology of autism spectrum disorders. Frontiers in Neuroscience. July 12th 2016 (PDF)
  • Elliott E, Manashirov S, Zwang R, Gil S, Tsoory M, Chen A. DNMT3a in the medial prefrontal cortex regulates anxiety-like behavior in adult mice.  Journal of Neuroscience. January 20th (PDF)


  • Kratsman N, Getselter D, Elliott E. Sodium Butyrate attenuates Social behavior deficits and modifies the transcription of inhibitory/excitatory genes in the frontal cortex of an autism model. Neuropharmacology. 2015. Online November 11, 2015 (PDF)
  • Mor M, Nardone S, Sams S D, Elliott E.  Hypomethylation of miR-142 promoter and upregulation of microRNAs that target the oxytocin receptor gene in the autism prefrontal cortex. Molecular Autism.  2015 6(46) (PDF)


  • Nardone S, Sams DS, Reuveni E, Getselter D, Oron O, Karpuj M, Elliott E. DNA methylation analysis of the autistic brain reveals multiple dysregulated biological pathways. Translational Psychiatry. 2014 September 2 (PDF)



  • Elliott E, Ezra G, Regev L, Neufeld-Cohen A, Chen A (2010) Resilience to social stress coincides with functional DNA methylation of the CRF gene in adult mice. Nature Neuroscience. 13: 1351-1353 (PDF)


  • Elliott E, Laufer O, Ginzburg I (2009) BAG-1M is upregulated in Alzheimer’s Disease patients and associates with APP and tau proteins. Journal of Neurochemistry 109(4):1168-1178 (PDF)
  • Elliott E, Ginzburg I (2009) BAG-1 is preferentially expressed in neuronal precursor cells in adult mice and mediates cellular proliferation.  FEBS Letters. 583(1):229-34. (PDF)
  • Blumenthal J, Behar L, Elliott E, Ginzburg I (2009) Dcp1a phosphorylation along neuronal development and stress.  FEBS Letters. 583(1):197-201.


  • Elliott E, Tsetkov P, Ginzburg I (2007) BAG-1 associates with Hsc70/tau complex and regulates the proteasomal degradation of tau protein. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 282(51): 37276-84. (PDF)


  • Elliott E, Ginzburg I (2006) The role of neurotrophins and insulin on tau pathology in Alzheimer’s disease. Reviews in the Neurosciences. 17:635-642.


  • Elliott E, Atlas R, Lange A, Ginzburg I (2005) Brain-derived neurotrophic factor induces a rapid dephosphorylation of tau protein through a PI-3 Kinase signalling mechanism. European Journal of Neuroscience 22:1081-1089. (PDF)


  • Atlas R, Behar L, Elliott E, Ginzburg I (2004) The insulin-like growth factor mRNA binding-protein IMP-1 and the Ras-regulatory protein G3BP associate with tau mRNA and HuD protein in differentiated P19 neuronal cells. Journal of Neurochemistry. 89:613-626. (PDF)