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The nucleus of a fruit fly larva’s muscle cell. The long chains of DNA (red) are attached to the nuclear lamina (green) – the inner layer of the nuclear membrane
05.09.2021

A novel imaging method reveals a surprising arrangement of DNA in the cell’s nucleus

Illustration: Yuval Robichek
05.08.2021

Proteins communicating through the DNA molecule constitute a newly discovered genetic "switch"

DNA condensed in lines
28.11.2016

Lines of highly compacted DNA might be used as nanocables

Epigenetics: Environmental effects influence how genes are turned on or off
11.08.2014

Epigenetics has a large say in blood formation

(l-r) Drs. Harry and BenjaminTowbin and Nora
01.01.2014

Drs. Harry Towbin and Benjamin Towbin talk about what drew them to the Weizmann Institute

Chromosomes Show Off their Shapes
25.11.2013

A new view of our chromosomes reveals a complex picture
 

Profs. David Cahen, Leeor Kronik and Ron Naaman
02.07.2013

To keep up with today’s fast-paced, technology-driven world, the quest to discover new materials has become more crucial than ever

Chromosome pairs: Does doubling them help or hurt? Image: Wikimedia commons
20.03.2013

Does a non-standard number of chromosomes help or hurt the cell?

Dr. Nir Friedman
18.11.2012

Some immune receptors are created from random combinations of genes. But not everything is left to chance.

Immune Cells Make Flexible Choices
22.10.2012

Certain immune cell receptors are more common than mere chance would dictate. New research shows why
 

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