Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu
Shamgar Ben-Eliyahu
Professor of NeuroImmunology, Tel Aviv University
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Evidence that stress and surgical interventions promote tumor development by suppressing natural killer cell activity
S Ben‐Eliyahu, GG Page, R Yirmiya, G Shakhar
International journal of cancer 80 (6), 880-888, 1999
Suppression of natural killer cell activity and promotion of tumor metastasis by ketamine, thiopental, and halothane, but not by propofol: mediating mechanisms and prophylactic …
R Melamed, S Bar-Yosef, G Shakhar, K Shakhar, S Ben-Eliyahu
Anesthesia & Analgesia 97 (5), 1331-1339, 2003
Potential prophylactic measures against postoperative immunosuppression: could they reduce recurrence rates in oncological patients?
G Shakhar, S Ben-Eliyahu
Annals of surgical oncology 10 (8), 972-992, 2003
Evidence that postoperative pain is a mediator of the tumor-promoting effects of surgery in rats
GG Page, WP Blakely, S Ben-Eliyahu
Pain 90 (1-2), 191-199, 2001
Excitatory amino acid antagonists (kynurenic acid and MK-801) attenuate the development of morphine tolerance in the rat
P Marek, S Ben-Eliyahu, M Gold, JC Liebeskind
Brain research 547 (1), 81-88, 1991
Stress increases metastatic spread of a mammary tumor in rats: evidence for mediation by the immune system
S Ben-Eliyahu, R Yirmiya, JC Liebeskind, AN Taylor, RP Gale
Brain, behavior, and immunity 5 (2), 193-205, 1991
Attenuation of the tumor-promoting effect of surgery by spinal blockade in rats
S Bar-Yosef, R Melamed, GG Page, G Shakhar, K Shakhar, ...
The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 94 (6), 1066-1073, 2001
The promotion of tumor metastasis by surgery and stress: immunological basis and implications for psychoneuroimmunology
S Ben-Eliyahu
Brain, behavior, and immunity 17 (1), 27-36, 2003
Perioperative use of β-blockers and COX-2 inhibitors may improve immune competence and reduce the risk of tumor metastasis
M Benish, I Bartal, Y Goldfarb, B Levi, R Avraham, A Raz, S Ben-Eliyahu
Annals of surgical oncology 15 (7), 2042-2052, 2008
In vivo β-adrenergic stimulation suppresses natural killer activity and compromises resistance to tumor metastasis in rats
G Shakhar, S Ben-Eliyahu
The Journal of Immunology 160 (7), 3251-3258, 1998
Exploiting the critical perioperative period to improve long-term cancer outcomes
M Horowitz, E Neeman, E Sharon, S Ben-Eliyahu
Nature reviews Clinical oncology 12 (4), 213, 2015
Suppression of NK cell activity and of resistance to metastasis by stress: a role for adrenal catecholamines and β-adrenoceptors
S Ben-Eliyahu, G Shakhar, GG Page, V Stefanski, K Shakhar
Neuroimmunomodulation 8 (3), 154-164, 2000
Improving survival rates in two models of spontaneous postoperative metastasis in mice by combined administration of a β-adrenergic antagonist and a cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor
A Glasner, R Avraham, E Rosenne, M Benish, O Zmora, S Shemer, ...
The Journal of Immunology 184 (5), 2449-2457, 2010
Improving postoperative immune status and resistance to cancer metastasis: a combined perioperative approach of immunostimulation and prevention of excessive surgical stress …
Y Goldfarb, L Sorski, M Benish, B Levi, R Melamed, S Ben-Eliyahu
Annals of surgery 253 (4), 798-810, 2011
Effects of fentanyl on natural killer cell activity and on resistance to tumor metastasis in rats
Y Shavit, S Ben-Eliyahu, A Zeidel, B Beilin
Neuroimmunomodulation 11 (4), 255-260, 2004
Marginating pulmonary-NK activity and resistance to experimental tumor metastasis: suppression by surgery and the prophylactic use of a β-adrenergic antagonist and a …
R Melamed, E Rosenne, K Shakhar, Y Schwartz, N Abudarham, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 19 (2), 114-126, 2005
Morphine attenuates surgery-induced enhancement of metastatic colonization in rats
GG Page, S Ben-Eliyahu, R Yirmiya, JC Liebeskind
Pain 54 (1), 21-28, 1993
The NMDA receptor antagonist MK-801 prevents long-lasting non-associative morphine tolerance in the rat
S Ben-Eliyahu, P Marek, AL Vaccarino, JS Mogil, WF Sternberg, ...
Brain research 575 (2), 304-308, 1992
Can regional analgesia reduce the risk of recurrence after breast cancer?: Methodology of a multicenter randomized trial
DI Sessler, S Ben-Eliyahu, EJ Mascha, MO Parat, DJ Buggy
Contemporary clinical trials 29 (4), 517-526, 2008
The role of LGL/NK cells in surgery-induced promotion of metastasis and its attenuation by morphine
GG Page, S Beneliyahu, JC Liebeskind
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 8 (3), 241-250, 1994
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