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Cell membrane

Fluorescently labeled actin in a cell exhibiting circular ruffled membrane structures
28.08.2017

A new model for the formation of crucial membrane structures revises the picture of cell dynamics 

Dr. Sarel Fleishman
28.03.2016

What is the basic plan for the proteins that connect the inside of a cell to the outside? 

Nir Gov and red blood cell membrane
15.02.2016

A century-old debate is settled: both sides are right. 

fruit fly larval salivary gland
01.01.2016

How do the cells that secrete saliva or tears handle the load? 

(l-r) Osnat Tirosh, Nir Fluman and Prof. Eitan Bibi
29.11.2012

Scientists reveal one of bacteria’s secret weapons against antibiotics

(l-r) Ido Kaminsky, Prof. Eitan Reuveny, Ruth Meller, Raz Palty and Dr. Adi Raveh. Steady supply
29.05.2012

What keeps a cellular “warehouse” from overfilling?

(l-r) Dr. Eugenia Klein, Chen Luxenburg, Prof. Benjamin Geiger, Dafna Geblinger and Prof. Lia Addadi. All join hands
01.05.2007

Dot-like podosomes play a unique role in bone renewal

Profs. Eitan Bibi and Deborah Fass. Working in the wet
01.05.2007
Proteases shouldn't work in the cell membrane. But they do.
Dr. Nir Gov. Moving models
01.05.2005

Red blood cells must be flexible yet tough. A physics-based model shows how.

Prof. Eitan Reuveny. Cell talk
01.05.2004

How do cells open and close their communication channels? What makes life electric?

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