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Autoimmune

Merbl_proteasomes
22.10.2018

A novel technology for profiling protein turnover and degradation offers new insight into diagnosis and understanding the molecular basis of...

AIRE infographic
16.06.2015

The findings could help diagnose and treat a number of autoimmune syndromes

HIV and cell membrane. Image:ThinkStock
16.01.2014

The molecule that helps HIV invade immune cells might, in the future, help prevent autoimmune attacks

Left: Natural control mechanism blocks the enzyme's zinc active site. Right: Novel antibody works as effectively as the natural control mechanism
19.03.2012
A synthetic molecule causes a useful immune response in mice
Left: Natural control mechanism blocks the enzyme's zinc active site. Right: Novel antibody works as effectively as the natural control mechanism
26.12.2011

Institute scientist  “trick” the body into blocking an enzyme that abets disease processes

Weizmann Institute Scientists Show White Blood Cells Move like Millipedes
04.05.2009
How do white blood cells – immune system ‘soldiers’ – get to the site of infection or injury? To do so, they must crawl...
(l-r) Top: Julia Farache, Dr. Tali Feferman, Dr. Guy Shakhar and Ira Gurevich. Bottom: Orna Tal and Idan Milo. Intercepting a sneak attack
01.05.2009
New sophisticated microscopy techniques enable Dr. Guy Shakhar to get to the bottom of immune system activity
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Precise Pattern
01.10.2006

Institute scientists show precisely how a diabetes vaccine works

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