Research Tools(42)

  • Artificial Womb Device for Extended Mammalian Embryogenesis (No. T4-2128)

    Mammalian embryos develop inside the uterine environment, making them inaccessible for direct monitoring and perturbations. Therefore, the full in-depth understanding of the developmental process that occurs post embryo implantation in the uterus remains limited. The lab of Prof. ... Read more
    Associate Professor Jacob (Yaqub) Hanna

    Jacob (Yaqub) Hanna

    Faculty of Biochemistry

    6023
  • Search Engine for New Anti-Cancer Targets (No. T4-2090)

    Many newly developed anti-cancer treatments rely on identifying cancer unique signatures that can be used to harness the immune system against the tumor. ... Read more
    Senior Scientist Yifat Merbl

    Yifat Merbl

    Faculty of Biology

    6011
  • Covalent Chemistry Platform for Diagnostics and Drug Discovery (No. T4-2045)

    delivery and activation of drugs or probes is of great importance in therapeutics, diagnostics, and research. For instance, selective delivery/activation of anti-cancer drugs to tumor cells is crucial for their efficacy and reduced side effects. ... Read more
    Senior Scientist Nir London

    Nir London

    Faculty of Chemistry

    6106
  • Protein coupling using cystein-free inteins (No. T4-2039)

    Traceless covalent modification of proteins, including joining peptides or adding chemical groups, is extremely useful for numerous applications in chemical biology, protein chemistry, and biotechnology. ... Read more
    Prof Shmuel Pietrokovski

    Shmuel Pietrokovski

    Faculty of Biochemistry

    6862
  • Cell Surface Modification with Synthetic Receptors (No. T4-1961)

    Technologies that target cells or modify their behavior are of great interest to improve diagnostic, therapeutic, and imaging platforms. ... Read more
    Associate Professor David MARGULIES

    David Margulies

    Faculty of Chemistry

    7150
  • Highly Selective Fluorescent Biosensor for Labeling His-Tagged Proteins in a Specific Conformation (No. T4-1834)

    A rapid, label-free biosensor for detecting specific conformation of His-tag labeled proteins, accessible for use in both academic- and commercial-R&D was invented at the Weizmann Institute of Science. ... Read more
    Associate Professor David MARGULIES

    David Margulies

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5677
  • A method to identify actively degraded proteins (No. T4-1832)

    This technology provides a method to identify the full landscape of proteins that are actively being degraded by the proteasome, offering a way to identify novel targets in various biological conditions and contexts. ... Read more
    Senior Scientist Yifat Merbl

    Yifat Merbl

    Faculty of Biology

    6030
  • Highly Selective Optical Biosensors for Proteins in Biological Samples, with Excellent Signal-to-Noise Ratio (No. T4-1689)

    Sensing the levels of protein-based biomarkers in biological samples is crucial for diagnosis of various diseases including cancer. ... Read more
    Associate Professor David MARGULIES

    David Margulies

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5587
  • A Novel Database to Reduce Unsuccessful Cloning in E. Coli by Detection of Toxic Genes (No. M7-1576)

    Synthetic genes are commonly used in academic and industrial applications, however in many cases these said genes can be toxic when inserted into the ubiquitously used E. coli. This is problematic as time and money is wasted on attempts to generate genes that will not function in E. coli. ... Read more
    Full Professor Rotem Sorek

    Rotem Sorek

    Faculty of Biochemistry

    5530
  • Highly Sensitive Nanoscale Scanning Magnetic and Thermal Sensor (No. T4-1481)

    A new technology developed by a group of researchers from the Weizmann Institute is a nanoscale sensor-on-tip for local magnetic signals and thermal dissipation with state-of-the-art sensitivity and spatial resolution. ... Read more
    Full Professor Eli Zeldov

    Eli Zeldov

    Faculty of Physics

    5482

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