Tel Aviv University researchers identify additional genetic causes of inherited hearing loss
In recent study published in Nature Nanotechnology, Hebrew University researchers demonstrate a highly-reliable method to measure electric currents that pass through a DNA molecule.
The radiation sources may reduce costs by replacing current, expensive facilities.
“We’re going to see the outcomes of this outbreak way beyond the direct effects of the virus on those who were infected.”
Virus-fighting viperins, part of the human immune system, turn out to have bacterial counterparts that might boost the fight against human disease
Study reveals how evolution has altered brain morphology and how these morphological changes relate to changes in behavior
Tel Aviv University researchers designed a nanometric carrier that can deliver multiple drugs to the tumor simultaneously.
Unusual research approach speeds up discovery of which cannabis plants work best for which medical indications.
The new lab, based out of Jerusalem’s Hebrew University, will enable researchers to study live samples of viruses and find ways to kill them
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed an innovative nanotechnological drug delivery system that significantly enhances the effectiveness of treatment for the aggressive skin cancer melanoma.
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have revealed the entire chain of biochemical reactions by which saponins are synthesized in plants – and discovered that it includes a surprising case of molecular “hijacking.”
Researchers from the Weizmann Institute and Magen David Adom Blood Services in Israel showed substantial inter-individual variability and antibody cross-reactivity against seasonal coronaviruses upon SARS-CoV-2 infection, with important implications for immune surveys and vaccines.