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How do speeding cells come to a screeching halt at just the right point within blood vessels?
From refugee child to world-renowned scientist, Prof. Meir Wilchek opened doors to new techniques in research and industry around the globe
Lactate, thought to be a byproduct of cell respiration, plays a central role in the potentially lethal immune reaction
White blood cells push their way through barriers to get to infection sites
The discovery of a new breast cancer gene holds hope for treatment
Prof. Ronen Alon has been elected as a Member of EMBO (2012)
Hidden “exit signs” ensure that only certain white blood cells can find them.
Keeping chemical signals inside the cells lining blood vessels ensures that only specially trained immune cells will find them...
White blood cells "walk" on tiny legs