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Protein

Three-dimensional structure of an enzyme, serum paraoxonase (PON1), which has been mutated in the lab of Prof. Dan Tawfik through directed evolution to endow the enzyme with new functions
30.08.2010

From solving the structure of crystallized proteins to creating computer simulations of protein dynamics, Institute scientists...

Prof. Ada Yonath. Trucking with molecules
01.05.2007
Revealing the details of protein assembly might advance drug development
Profs. Eitan Bibi and Deborah Fass. Working in the wet
01.05.2007
Proteases shouldn't work in the cell membrane. But they do.
WOWing the Crowds
01.05.2006

A method based on living cells could speed up protein searchs from years to days

Deciphering Gaucher's Disease
01.10.2003

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

Daughter cells struggling in vain to break apart
01.10.2002

Mother cells sometimes have trouble letting go

 Survival of the Neatest
01.10.1999
Stress makes some proteins get themselves in order
Seeing the Light
01.10.1999

A light-absorbing protein in the retina changes shape faster than the blink of an eye

A Celebrated Scientist: Ephraim Katzir at 80
01.10.1996

Nobel laureates and others gather at the Institute to celebrate the 80th birthday of Prof. Ephraim Katzir

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