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  Background Zinc and copper are essential metal-ions for numerous biological processes.  Their levels are tightly maintained in all body organs. Impairment of serum Zn2+ to Cu2+ ratio (ZCR) was found to correlate with many disease states, ...
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Yitzchaik Shlomo
Background Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of blindness in elderlies in the western world and an increasingly growing problem. The global AMD and diabetic retinopathy treatment market is overwhelmingly dominated by ...
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Benny Ofra
  Background Precise measurement of time is essential for many aspects of modern technology. The ubiquitous need for a stable frequency or wavelength reference has major implications for applications related to navigation, communication, ...
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Levy Uriel
  Application Improved electrical connections between neurons and electronic devices for human-device improved interface and for research Highlights The ring-like Stable Protein 1 (SP1) is a homo-dodecamer with an outer diameter of 11nm and ...
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Spira Micha E
  Background Implant devices are extensively used, but have a few limitations: Most implants remain in the body even after they finish their task Removal of implants is costly and requires an invasive procedure; only 20-30% are actually ...
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Benny Ofra
Background Most cancers are unstable and highly susceptible to cell death; hence tumors represent a steady-state picture of unregulated proliferation as well as ongoing cell death. Therefore, substantial levels of tumor specific DNA may be ...
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Hellman Asaf
Our Innovation We have developed a non-toxic, ecologically-friendly anti-bacterial agent that prevents bacterial diseases in agricultural crops, including in fruit and vegetables – caused mainly by pathogenic bacteria. Such diseases are ...
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Hayouka Zvi
Reches Meital, HUJI, Faculty of Science, The Institute of Chemistry Background The surface chemistry and topography of implants are very important to their design. This is because the interface between the implant and the human body will ...
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Reches Meital
Background  Micro-emulsions are formed more or less spontaneously when their components are brought into contact.  They have been the only successful delivery systems for certain types of pharmaceutical compounds, particularly compounds such as ...
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Domb Abraham
Background In the brain, α-Synuclein (α-Syn) protein is associated with the pathogenesis and progression of Parkinson’s disease and the related synucleinopathies, neurodegenerative diseases characterised by the abnormal accumulation of ...
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Sharon Ronit
Computer-assisted addition of colors to monochrome images or movies  Highlights Computer-assisted process for adding colors to monochrome images or films Simplifies colorization process by exploiting the premise that neighboring pixels in ...
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Lischinski Daniel
Background There is a growing demand in the field of biological drugs for improved protein expression platforms. Consequently there is a need for affordable manufacturing methods. Our Innovation A new concept of vector design that incorporates ...
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Tirosh Boaz
  Background Mutations in specific genes or proteins variability can dramatically enhance our probability to get cancer. Similarly, genetic variability could have the opposite effect and actually protect us from cancer, other diseases and even ...
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Tabach Yuval
Background Critical utilities and transportation infrastructure have demanding requirements to maintain high operational loads. It is essential that these sites will be free from encroaching vegetation which interferes with performance and ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
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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Willner Itamar
Background        Many of today’s leading compounds and drugs in pipeline fail to reach clinical stages due to poor oral bioavailability. In addition, Increase in oral bioavailability leads a lower inter and intra subject variability. Our ...
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Domb Abraham
Fills the gap between crystallography and optical imaging    Background Information about macromolecules is encoded in their shape and the way they are assembled. X-ray scattering methods are important tools for investigating the structure and ...
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Raviv Uri
  Categories Biofilm, anti-biofilm, anti-biofilm peptides, antiseptic agent, disinfectant agents, antibacterial agents, antimicrobial agent, chemical disinfectants, biocides. Development Stage Pre-clinical proof of concept and initial ...
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Hayouka Zvi
  Background Conventional antibiotics are used to treat bacterial diseases in aquaculture. The use of antibiotics is associated with harmful side effects such as resistance induction and accumulation of drugs in aquaculture products and aquatic ...
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Van Rijn Jaap
Reduces incidence of serious errors and costs Errors are a serious concern in high performance computing. Increase in machine size and decrease in operating voltage lead to increase in the incidence of hard errors (component failure) and soft ...
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Schwartz Oded