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rewriting DNA illustration
31.05.2012

New Weizmann Institute technology speeds up DNA “rewriting” and measures the effects of the changes in living cells
 

(l-r) Tal Markus, and Profs. Zeev Vager and Ron Naaman. Putting a spin on it
30.05.2011

Biological molecules that twist can sort out electrons by their spin.

 
Biological Molecules Select Their Spin
02.04.2011
The finding that a biological molecule – DNA – can discern between quantum states known as spin could have relevance for both...
Drs. Rotem Sorek and Adi Stern. Bacteria's Achilles heel
28.03.2011

Autoimmune disease in bacteria: The finding could lead to new kinds of antibiotics.

(l-r) Gilad Landan, Dr. Amos Tanay and Rami Jaschek. New targets for treatment
02.05.2010
Cancer-enhancing DNA may reside in a surprising part of the genome
 
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(l-r) Dan Bracha, Prof. Roy Bar-Ziv, Dr. Shirley Daube and Dr. Amnon Buxboim. Close quarters Wall-free compartments might keep gene activities in order
01.05.2010
Genes may work best in closely-packed, open compartments
 
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Built to Fold
01.10.2009
A universal genetic "code-within-a-code"
DNA Computation Gets Logical at the Weizmann Institute of Science
03.08.2009
An advanced program for the world's smallest computers, made of DNA and other biological molecules, enables them to ‘...
 Illustration: Surfing on the DNA
01.05.2009
Dr. Koby Levy finds that when it comes to protein stability, cause and effect are not always what they seem
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(l-r) Profs. Karl Skorecki and Ehud Shapiro.
01.05.2009

Why would a physician choose to spend his sabbatical among computer scientists?...

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