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Biomolecular Sciences

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13.09.2021

The secrets of “professional secretor” cells: how they stay in shape

SARS-CoV-2 infected cells
26.08.2021

How SARS-CoV-2 jams an important cellular communications channel and what can be done to restore it

Illustration of SARS-CoV-2 attaching to an ACE2 receptor located on the host cell's membrane. Source: Shutterstock
18.08.2021

Therapeutic approach developed by Weizmann Institute scientists could spell new hope in the battle against COVID-19 

Dr. Efi Efrati and Dr. Luiz Da Silva
26.05.2021

Biological organelles may be messy and crowded, but sometimes only an exact mathematical description will do 

Avocado - a fruit abundant with beta-sitosterol. Photo credit: Shutterstock
18.05.2021

Mice receiving the plant-derived substance were less anxious than the controls

Evolved to Stop Bacteria, Designed for Stability
15.03.2021

New proteins, created through long-distance collaboration, might lead to the reversal of antibiotic resistance in certain bacteria 

filaments melting in infected red blood cells
08.03.2021

A collaborative effort reveals deadly malaria parasites’ pre-invasion strategy for softening up red blood cells  

How
25.02.2021

A look at enzyme evolution suggests life figured out how to use oxygen long before the main event 

Colon extracellular matrix
18.02.2021

The findings might help identify those at extra risk of this cancer and develop means of prevention

Plant Microbiome Project Connects Students to Real-Time Research
31.12.2020

High school students are out in the field, expanding our knowledge of an invisible ecosystem

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