Researcher interests: Protein folding, aggregation, protein misfolding; protein folding quality control, compartmentalization of protein folding and aggregation. Spatial organization of the cell. Super-resolution microscopy. Chaperones, prions. Molecular basis of neurodegenerative disease.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Science
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Selected Publications

aaron cohen, alexander alexandrov, ayelet chen abraham, eliezer keinan, Daniel Kaganovich, Merav Cohen, Yaakov Nahmias, Dana Reichmann, reshef mintz
high reynolds microfluidic sorting of large yeast populations (2018)| Scientific Reports| Read more
there is an inclusion for that material properties of protein granules provide a platform for building diverse cellular functions (2017)| Trends in Biochemical Sciences| Read more
Daniel Kaganovich, pratibha siwach
getting stress out of stressed out stress granules (2017)| The EMBO Journal| Read more
Daniel Kaganovich, triana amen
integrative modules for efficient genome engineering in yeast (2017)| Microbial Cell| Read more
jeremy england, Daniel Kaganovich, rotem gura sadovsky, shlomi brielle
measurement of rapid protein diffusion in the cytoplasm by photo converted intensity profile expansion (2017)| Cell Reports| Read more
jeremy england, Daniel Kaganovich, rotem gura sadovsky, shlomi brielle
measurement of rapid protein diffusion in the cytoplasm by photo converted intensity profile expansion (2017)| Elsevier| Read more
Daniel Kaganovich, rachel brown
look out autophagy ubiquilin ups its game (2016)| Cell| Read more
alexander grass, alexander silberman, Daniel Kaganovich, triana amen
yeast screening platform identifies fda approved drugs that reduce aβ oligomerization (2016)| Microbial Cell| Read more
alex rosenberg, Anna Dubrovsky, Ganesh Babu Malli Mohan, gyanendra dubey, Daniel Kaganovich, ohad medalia, Alex Rouvinski, shai tsipshtein, Eilon Sherman, sigal benyehuda, triana amen
architecture and characteristics of bacterial nanotubes (2016)| Developmental Cell| Read more
dynamic sumoylation of a conserved transcription corepressor prevents persistent inclusion formation during hyperosmotic stress ()| PLOS Genetics| Read more

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