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(Bottom row, l-r) Prof. Ido Amit, Prof. Michal Schwartz and Dr. Hadas Keren-Shaul. (Top row, l-r) Dr. Assaf Weiner, Orit Matcovitch-Natan and Amit Spinrad
08.06.2017

A newly discovered immune cell type may lead to a future treatment for Alzheimer's disease

Prof. Ido Amit
10.05.2017

Prof. Ido Amit

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gene editing in single cells
15.12.2016

A new combined method may finally give scientists a tool fine enough to probe life’s most nuanced processes

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g-incpm staff
21.08.2016

Meet the unique team of experts at the Nancy and Stephen Grand Israel National Center for Personalized Medicine

microglia
27.06.2016

Weizmann Institute findings in mice may help explain how viral infection during pregnancy raises the risk of autism and schizophrenia in the...

Macrophages in the brain shown in green
07.12.2014

Voracious immune cells turn out to be uniquely adaptable to their surroundings

Immunofluorescence microscope image of the choroid plexus. Epithelial cells are in green and chemokine proteins (CXCL10) are in red
29.09.2014

Weizmann Institute researchers suggest that the brain's “immunological age” is what counts...

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

Epigenetics has a large say in blood formation

Dr. Ido Amit
29.11.2012

A new, automated method for mapping protein-DNA interactions may lead to advances in personalized medicine

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