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Biomolecular Sciences

Proteins with primitive arginine-based proteins (right) might have been capable of self-assembly and phase separation to create cell-like droplets
22.06.2020

An experiment in reconstructing primordial proteins solves a long-standing riddle

bilharzia
03.06.2020

“Packages” released by bilharzia parasites may hold the key to better diagnosis and treatment, and may point to new ways of treating autoimmune...

La Rinconada
02.06.2020

A new study will assess the effects of low oxygen on the human body’s circadian cycles

Prof. Sarel Fleishman. His research has already led to the design of a potential malaria vaccine, and he is now concentrating his efforts on the coronavirus
19.04.2020

Weizmann Institute scientists have developed a research platform for designing tiny antibodies that can halt the virus infection process

Rivka Dikstein
02.12.2019

These molecules may prevent only some of a crucial gene's activities without affecting others

cone snail and prey
24.10.2019

A newly discovered mechanism may lead to better potassium- blocking drugs and improved natural pesticides

Michal Sharon
11.07.2019

Prof. Michal Sharon on how to skip costly steps in protein analysis 

turning weakness into strength
23.05.2019

The new method may enable quality control without costly purification procedures

p loops
01.04.2019

Proto-enzymes designed in the lab bound strongly to RNA and DNA, suggesting a surprising origin for these proteins

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