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Dan Tawfik

Fleishman and group
01.11.2018

A computational method for designing dramatically more efficient versions of enzymes may lead to new avenues of drug design and new treatments...

Evolution of a protein
26.09.2016

 

A protein "time machine" reveals how proteins may have evolved 

protein repair shop
01.08.2016

A “one-stop,” computer-design “shop” for stabilizing problematic proteins

Prof. Dan Tawfik
07.08.2013

Prof. Dan Tawfik is the recipient of the Teva Award for Excellence in Memory of Eli Hurvitz

 
 Prof. Dan Tawfik, Dr. Mikael Elias, Korina Goldin and Alon Wellner
18.11.2012

How do bacteria cope with toxins that resemble nutrients?

Rejecting Arsenate
22.10.2012

Institute scientists reveal how bacteria living in toxic environments identify and expel the poison

 

Engineered Enzyme Protects against Nerve Gas
22.02.2011

“Natural selection” in a test tube improves the enzyme efficiency by a factor of thousands

Weizmann Institute Scientists used Accelerated Evolution to Develop: Enzymes that Provide Protection Against Nerve Gas
24.01.2011
Protection against nerve gas attack is a significant component of the defense system of many countries around the world....
Three-dimensional structure of an enzyme, serum paraoxonase (PON1), which has been mutated in the lab of Prof. Dan Tawfik through directed evolution to endow the enzyme with new functions
30.08.2010

From solving the structure of crystallized proteins to creating computer simulations of protein dynamics, Institute scientists...

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