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Immunology and Regenerative Biology

Scanning electron microscope images of the enamel layer enveloping mouse teeth

Celiac disease in children might be associated with sensitivity to a protein abundant in dairy products. The new findings may facilitate the...

Human lung cancer cells harboring the L858R mutation in the EGFR gene. Cell nuclei are in blue. The red color marks a protein that is present in the cell cytoplasm when the EGFR is active and driving the uncontrolled cell divisions

Weizmann Institute researchers identify a biomarker that may one day enable a subgroup of lung cancer patients to benefit from relapse-free...

The brain of a mouse with an MS-like disease reveals clusters of microglia (green) and T cells (red)

Focusing on the ups and downs of multiple sclerosis, Weizmann Institute researchers discover a major player in its remission

Patterns of epigenetic markers revealed by EPINUC on blood nucleosomes (bright-red dots)

If larger studies confirm the results of a Weizmann Institute innovation, diagnosing cancer may one day be as easy as taking blood


How tumors mutate their way out of a crisis – and become drug resistant in the process


Weizmann Institute scientists solve the riddle of how RNA molecules get to their designated locations


Without cells that spur on the specialized antifungal units, the fight against a common infection is a lost cause

Settled at Birth: Blood Vessels Remember Their Origins

Blood vessels originating from lymphatic vessels were found to be tailored to specific functions