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Microvilli on a T cell surface, viewed with a scanning electron microscope
20.01.2022

How do speeding cells come to a screeching halt at just the right point within blood vessels?

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08.12.2021

Substances produced by microbes, identified in a study in mice, may help in the development of new anti-obesity treatments

Stem cells dividing in the bone marrow. Photo credit: Shutterstock
15.07.2021

Cells lacking a “death” receptor make for a better transplant

Prof. Idit Shachar; Professor of Immunology and Head of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Gender Equality at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Photo: Yael Ilan
19.04.2021

Interview with Prof. Idit Shachar, Head of the Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Gender Equality at the Weizmann Institute of...

multiple myeloma drug resistant cells
22.02.2021

From bedside to bench and back: Researchers reveal a genetic signature that could help overcome drug resistance in some of the most aggressive...

Sharing Science
27.11.2020

A postdoc talks about complicated research, living at the Institute and the joys of scientific outreach

Surprising Players in Acute Liver Failure Point to Potential Treatment
26.10.2020

Gut microbes and host cells jointly contribute to the progression of this mostly incurable disease

Travel Ban on Immune Cells Could Prevent Sepsis
24.09.2020

Lactate, thought to be a byproduct of cell respiration, plays a central role in the potentially lethal immune reaction 

pregnant belly with mask on
30.07.2020

In a study in mice, the mother’s natural anti-viral proteins disrupted the development of neural circuits in the fetus

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