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Jacob Hanna

Embryonic stem cells (marked in green fluorescent protein) that should become sex cells, in which the gene encoding Utx is not present. Each column shows a gene needed for sex cell development (top row – marked in red, purple and orange). After 12 days (bottom row) the expression of the four genes has stopped and, rather than develop into sperm or ova, the stem cells die
28.08.2012

Weizmann scientists discover an enzyme that is crucial for turning back the development clock in cells

Stem cells (alkaline phosphatase staining) from the lab of Dr. Jacob Hanna
20.08.2012

When a critical step in stem cell differentiation goes awry, it can lead to cancer

Judging DNA by Its Cover
23.07.2012

A newly-discovered molecular mechanism might explain the link between stem cells and cancer
 

Colony of mouse embryonic stem cells, stained blue and green
07.12.2011

Dr. Jacob Hanna is revealing the secrets of stem cells, including their potential to treat disease

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