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Keywords Medical Devices, Drug Delivery, Respiratory System Current development stage Proof-of- Concept and a demonstration designed. A prototype suitable for mass production may be produced within 12 months.   COVID-19 Application 95% of ...
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Nahmias Yaakov
Dr. Eitan Lerner’s lab has diverted its expertise to developing more efficient testing for COVID19. Diagnosis of COVID19 is currently performed via RNA extraction & RT-PCR, which is labor-intensive, time consuming, and requires use of ...
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Lerner Eitan
  COVID-19 is a new, highly infectious virus that infects the respiratory system. Severe COVID-19 infection is associated with respiratory failure which may be lethal. One of the major causes for lethal respiratory failure in critically ill ...
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Granot Zvika
Prof. Barenholz is focusing his lab activities on three projects, all aimed at re-purposing drugs with known active ingredients for treatments of viral infection. Project 1: Aims to stop and/or reduce viral penetration and the severe ...
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Barenholz Yechezkel
  We propose a spray or mouthwash containing nanoparticles with unique chemical and physical properties that neutralize the virus upon spraying or gargling, by a combination of chemical and irradiation methods.  This proposed mouthwash/spray ...
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Porath Danny
  We propose an imaging tool that will test the efficacy of a wide range of potential COVID-19 drugs. The imaging tool will enable high-resolution imaging of the infection process of a large number of single cells, by single virus sub-units ...
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Sherman Eilon
  There is a growing evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 survives well on various surfaces up to several days (e.g., on plastic and stainless steel). However, it is not clear if the common practice of disinfecting surfaces is optimal, effective or if ...
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Kashtan Nadav
  Various pathogens (bacteria and viruses as well) bind to specific cell adhesion molecule in order to inhibit the immune response and/or to infect the host cells. However,  upon binding and induction/activation, the cell adhesion molecule ...
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Levi-Schaffer Francesca
  Our Overall Objective is to generate monoclonal antibodies directed against signal peptide (SP) and envelope proteins of COVID-19 for subsequent immune therapy and putative vaccination in the clinical setting. Our Approach is to use ...
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Hochman Jacob
  The currently used test for SARS-CoV2 virus uses molecular methods for detecting the presence of viral RNA sequences in subject samples. This is the approved gold standard in the field. The current application of this test requires several ...
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Friedman Nir
  Zinc Based Anti-Viral Spray: Metal ion medication for prevention and treatment of corona virus. Metal ions have been reported to effectively block RNA polymerase in vitro. Thus, increasing the presence of metal ions in the upper part of the ...
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Domb Abraham
We are developing genetically modified plant systems that allow for the identification of SARS-CoV-2 RNA and anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies Applications Preventing the spread of the epidemic Restoring economic activity by returning ...
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Vainstein Alexander (Sasha)
  Edible compounds can be used as potent antiviral agents and, in fact, have been tested successfully against SARS and MERS viruses. They have the potential to be a cure against COVID-19 and are a can be rapidly produced and deployed. These ...
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Kerem Zohar
  Recently published research studied the aerosol and surface stability of HCoV-19, the novel human coronavirus that emerged in China in late 2019 and triggered the current pandemic. According to the study’s findings, HCoV-19 remained most ...
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Hayouka Zvi
  Chip scale photonics technology is developing rapidly for diverse applications, from communication and computation to various types of sensing. The Levy group has pioneered diverse advanced chip scale photonic technologies, including for ...
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Levy Uriel
  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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Willner Itamar
  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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Willner Itamar
  Pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has caused serious damage to people’s lives and health. The initial route of infection is the binding of the spike protein (S protein) of the virus to the angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 ...
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Gilon Chaim
  This study will test the hypothesis that treatment with a peptide comprising five units (5-MER), which is administered by injection or oral delivery, will substantially reduce chronic inflammation of the upper respiratory tract and lungs, thus ...
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Naor David
  Early, rapid, mobile, widespread and cheap detection of viral infection in humans is crucial in the battle against Corona, the worst epidemic of the last one hundred years. The virus is characterized by a specific single strand RNA and its ...
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Porath Danny