Deficiency of a common substance could be linked to cognitive and behavioral problems
Institute scientists have developed a potential drug that attenuates autism-like behaviors in disease models
Weizmann researchers identify new ties between the parts of a cell: physical connections that are vital for health
A lack of the protein citrin slows children's growth; blocking it in cancer slows tumor growth
Weizmann Institute findings may point the way to a treatment for a devastating childhood disease
Dr. Ayelet Erez finds that clinical work and lab research are a powerful combination
When the CLN3 gene is mutated, molecular traffic patterns are disrupted in the neurons.
Dr. Jacob Hanna is revealing the secrets of stem cells, including their potential to treat disease