Projects related to 46-2019-10755

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Prof. Levy-Lahad Ephrat – Director of the Medical Genetics Institute at Shaare Zedek Hospital, Jerusalem Background Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. In >70% of cases with suspected hereditary, no mutations could be found ...
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Tabach Yuval
Our innovation: Neuropathic pain- One of our distinctive results which we optimized recently identifies several compounds that we identified as having a potential protective role in neuropathic pain. We pursued this finding in collaboration with ...
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Tabach Yuval
Background Fluorescence guided surgery is currently clinically approved for non-specific fluorescent molecules (ICG and MB) and is therefore limited in terms of sensitivity and specificity. Most cancer targeted fluorescent molecules in ...
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Yavin Eylon
Background X-ray computed tomography (CT) instruments are among the most available, efficient and cost-effective imaging modalities in hospitals. The field of CT molecular imaging agents is emerging relying mainly on detection of gold and ...
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Blum Galia
Background The standard MRI approach requires large magnetic fields, yielding bulky and expensive machines. Moreover, the inductive measurement is limited in terms of sensitivity and resolution. These downsides result in limited availability ...
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Bar-Gill Nir
  Dr. Aviv Mezer has developed an automated tool to map critical areas of the brain that are often linked to Parkinson’s disease and normal aging. The striatum is a subcortical structure within the brain that affects motor and cognition skills. ...
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Mezer Aviv
Application In-vitro fertilization (IVF) is becoming widespread worldwide, and in the developed world, up to 5% of children have been born following IVF procedures. Up to 17% of women have trouble conceiving; infertility rate increases to more ...
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Buxboim Amnon