Willner Itamar Projects

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Background Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) are leading causes of blindness in the Western world. Both are characterized by pathological angiogenesis in the various eye structures. With high prevalence  in  ...
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Background Sensors for the detection of explosives are important for humanitarian de-mining, remediation of explosives waste sites, homeland security, and forensic applications. Different sensors for analyzing explosives have developed ...
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  The technology enables an affordable and easily deployable method for detection of water/soil contamination, and/or rapid detection of viruses in humans and animals. The  method  employs the extension of the isothermal rolling circle ...
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A novel and personalized method for identifying the optimal anti-cancer treatment, through simultaneous detection of unique tumor sensitivities to multiple drugs or drug combinations in a multiplex manner, (this can be done) in vitro on cancer ...
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Background The therapeutic activity of most anticancer drugs in clinical use is limited by their general toxicity to proliferating cells, including some normal cells. Although chemists continue to develop novel cytotoxic agents with unique ...
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  Step One: “Smart” micro - or nano-particles carrying inhibitors of the gene machinery in pathogens are developed. Step Two: In the presence of biomarkers, the inhibiting agents are released, leading to the localized destruction of the ...
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  Professors Willner and Pikarsky are developing masks and possible ventilation systems that will contain virus neutralizing properties. They have undertaken the development of matrices that neutralize pathogens which can be incorporated into ...
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BackgroundAccording to the World Health Organization approximately 422 million people currently suffer from diabetes. Type-I diabetes patients are characterized by their pancreas β-cells dysfunction and thereby absence of insulin secretion. ...
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