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Yair Reisner

Prof. Yair Reisner
10.06.2019

Prof. Yair Reisner is the recipient of the EMET Prize in Life Sciences - Bio-Medicine Awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation.

Prof. Yair Reisner
06.12.2017

Prof. Yair Reisner is the recipient of the DKMS Mechtild Harf Science Award.

New lung cells are continuously created to replace the damaged ones: Lung tissue six weeks after stem cell transplantation (left) and 16 weeks after transplantation (right). Cells that originated in the transplanted stem cells are green, as opposed to the uncolored host lung cells. Photon-2 microscope image
13.07.2015


Transplanted cells made their way to the lungs in mice and began producing healthy tissue

    

Prof. Yair Reisner
14.04.2015

Prof. Yair Reisner is the recipient of the Ernest and Bonnie Beutler Award

Prof. Yair Reisner
02.03.2014

Prof. Yair Reisner is the recipient of the Rappaport Prize for Biomedical Sciences
 

Veto on Disease
07.05.2013

Making certain bone marrow cells less toxic may lead the way to safer transplants

Prof. Yair Reisner
25.07.2012

Prof. Yair Reisner is the recipient of the Samuel and Paula Elkales Prize for Scientific Excellence in Medicine (2012)

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Prof. Yair Reisner
12.09.2010
Prof. Yair Reisner studied molecules of various sugars and sugar-binding proteins called lectins, which allow cells to identify one...
Prof. Yair Reisner
12.09.2010
Prof. Yair Reisner developed mice with functioning human immune systems. These laboratory animals can be used for research on a...

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