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Eytan Domany

Genes that delay cell division exhibit reduced levels of expression (left) after exposure to a second, delayed pulse of growth factor. Those in cells receiving a single pulse (right box) maintained high expression levels
21.07.2011

A gene that keeps cell division in check may hold clues to chemotherapy resistance. 

Eight Hours of Resistance
25.05.2011

Why do cancer cells easily give in to the temptation to divide?
 

Prof. David Givol and research student Hilah Gal. Differences in expression
01.05.2007
What separates healthy stem cells from cancer stem cells?
 
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Activity of 400 genes following exposure to a growth signal over time.  Red indicates hightened gene activity
01.05.2007
Tracing the activities of hundreds of genes reveals a cancer-prevention system...
Genes that slows cell division
25.02.2007

Weizmann Institute Scientists Discover: A Group of Genes that Slows Cell Division and Prevents Cancer

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Stirring encounter. Prof. Varda Rotter and Prof. Eytan Domany [Biology Encounters Physics]
01.11.2005

When Biology Encounters Physics : Prof. Varda Rotter and Prof. Eytan Domany's combined study on cancer treatment and...

(l-r) Prof. Irun Cohen and Prof. Eytan Domany. Profiling the immune system
01.05.2005
An immunologist and a physicist team up to reveal the "fingerprints" of autoimmune disease...
TAKING ACTION AT STEP 3: METASTASIS
01.09.2004
Fewer than 10 percent of cancer deaths are caused by tumors growing at their original site; in the majority of cases the...
Left to right: Shirley Barda, Prof. Eytan Domany, Gad Getz, Erel Levine
01.10.2000

An algorithm that clusters similar data into sets may help make sense of mountains of experimental genetic data

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