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Avraham Ben-Nun

HIV and cell membrane. Image:ThinkStock

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

Prof. Avraham Ben-Nun with Ma'ayan (21) and Oren (18)
Prof. Avraham Ben-Nun of the Institute's Immunology Department has discovered that the bacterium responsible for whooping cough may...
Prof. Avraham Ben-Nun.

Genetically engineered "draw-fire" proteins may lead to a new treatment for autoimmune diseases

Tuberculosis Bacteria May Protect Against Autoimmune Disease

A protein derived from the tuberculosis bacterium might protect against multiple sclerosis