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Joel Sussman

Deciphering Gaucher's Disease
01.10.2003

New finding may lead to more effective – and affordable – treatments

X-Rays Yield Mechanism of Alzheimer’s Drug
01.05.2003

A study of an Alzheimer's drug's activity reveals why lower doses might be just as effective

X-Rays Yield Mechanism of Alzheimer’s Drug
24.02.2003
A team of Weizmann scientists has gained new insight into the effects of a newly approved drug, rivastigmine, in...
Prof. Joel Sussman, Prof. Ephraim Katzir, Prof. Sara Fuchs, Prof. Mati Fridkin. Top: Dr. Michal Harel, Dr. Moshe Balass, Dr. Tali Scherf, Dr. Roni Kasher
01.05.2002

Catching a snake toxin in the act may yield a host of medical applications

 Dr. Gitay Kryger, Prof. Israel Silmam, and Prof. Joel Sussman
01.05.2000

Scientists attempting to catch an enzyme in action got unique 3-D footage of radiation damage, instead

X-Rays May Show The Way To Better Alzheimer's Drugs
27.12.1999
Weizmann Institute scientists have elucidated the means by which a plant substance blocks a key brain enzyme involved in...
From Ancient Wisdom to Modern Drug
01.05.1997
X-ray crystallography reveals how a moss used in Chinese medicine inhibits an enzyme implicated in Alzheimer's disease...
Study Shows How Ancient Chinese Herb May Act As Alzheimer Drug
01.01.1997
REHOVOT, Israel -- January 1, 1997 -- A new Weizmann Institute...

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