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Structural Biology

High resolution scanning electron microscope image of a tectorial membrane
01.05.2007

An inner ear membrane is both flexible and rigid

Profs. Eitan Bibi and Deborah Fass. Working in the wet
01.05.2007
Proteases shouldn't work in the cell membrane. But they do.
(l-r) Dr. Eugenia Klein, Chen Luxenburg, Prof. Benjamin Geiger, Dafna Geblinger and Prof. Lia Addadi. All join hands
01.05.2007

Dot-like podosomes play a unique role in bone renewal

Prof. Ada Yonath. Trucking with molecules
01.05.2007
Revealing the details of protein assembly might advance drug development
One Membrane, Many Frequencies
26.03.2007

Scientists at the Weizmann Institute have discovered how a membrane in the inner ear may allow us to hear different...

Ring Around the Cell
26.03.2007

Weizmann Institute scientists reveal how bone-dissolving cells seal off their work area

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Countries in the SESAME project
01.05.2006

A particle accelerator being built in Jordan may serve to accelerate peace in the region

 well-preserved ancient DNA in fossil bones
01.05.2006

DNA preserved in fossil bones could reveal new insight into ancient worlds

Dr. Deborah Fass. Protein portrait
02.10.2005

Scientists reveal the shape of a tool used by a leukemia-causing virus to enter cells

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