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scalebio seminar Sep2023 Single-cell (sc) technology enables to investigate the diversity and complexity of cell populations. As you are well more info
Nonionic kosmotropes are polyols or carbohydrates whose addition to an aqueous solution raises the order of the solvent and changes more info
Diacylglycerols (DAGs) are a derivative oftriacylglycerols, comprising two fatty acids esterified to a glycerol backboneand are naturally produced from fats more info
The predominant characteristic of cancer is uncontrolled growth, and it has been demonstrated that tumor growth rate correlates with survival more info
The Blood-Brain Barrier high selectivity (BBB) restricts the delivery of an adequate amount of drugs to the brain in case more info
Genetic transfer, including horizontal plasmid transfer (HPT), drives bacterial evolution by mediating the sharing of adaptive traits such as antibiotic more info
β-casein, one of the major proteins in milk can spontaneously self-assemble into core-shell micellar structures. Our lab developed the micelles more info
Cryo-electron tomography (Cryo-ET) is a powerful imaging technique that allows to obtain the 3D structure of nanometric complexes from a more info
Abstract:  ** Lecture will be given in English** Could have the solution for antibiotic-related dysbiosis been just under our feet more info
Some of the most interesting open questions about the origins of life and molecular sciences center on chemical evolution and more info
In natural environments, antibiotics are often present at sub-inhibitory concentrations. Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) may have initially evolved for environmental more info
Advances in Clean Generation of Electrical Power Using Nanoporous Carbon/Redox-Enzyme Biohybrids more info
Genetic Code Expansion of Redox Enzymes and Proteins in Different Microorganisms more info
Plasmids are extrachromosomal DNA molecules, typically circular, commonly found in bacteria and other unicellular organisms. Plasmids are regularly used in more info
Polyphenol stability in food products affects sensorial and health-promoting properties. Thus, understanding the effects of various food components on polyphenols more info
Microorganisms of environmental origin play an important role in the Earth system through their participation in biogeochemical cycles, and their more info
Recent foodborne pathogen outbreaks associated with low-moisture foods (LMF) have highlighted the public concern of LMF safety. The low thermal more info
Bioethanol is a renewable and clean energy source, highly valuable especially nowadays with climate change being at high awareness. Produced more info
Hydrogen (H2) gas is a clean energy carrier featuring zero carbon emissions. However, of 90 million tons of H2 annually more info
גליקוסינתאזות הם גליקוזיד הידרולאזות בהם שייר הנוקלאופיל מוחלף בשייר קטן כגון אלנין, גליצין או סרין. בנוכחות גליקוזיל פלואורידים בעלי קונפיגורציה more info
Cell-based therapy is currently the leading approach for the development of regenerative medicine platforms. Nevertheless, transplanted cells are often susceptible more info
Consumption of prebiotic glycans seems to be a more effective approach to encourage the proliferation of gut probiotics, for improving more info
Aminopeptidases catalyze the cleavage of a single amino acid from the amino terminus of peptides and proteins and are involved more info
The 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident increased papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) incidence in surrounding regions, particularly for 131I-exposed children. more info
Over the last few decades, recombinant proteins have been produced for diverse applications. Antibodies are manufactured for immunotherapy and diagnostic more info
Biomassis highly considered as a sustainable and economic source for chemicals. Inparticular, biodiesel can be produced by cellulose hydrolysis to more info
Genome rearrangements resulting in copy number variation (CNV) and loss of heterozygosity (LOH) are frequently observed during the somatic evolution more info
Biofilms on surfaces may be regarded as the most primitive form of organized life to have existed on earth, allowing more info
Reducing food waste is widely recognized as critical for improving resource efficiency and meeting the nutritional demand of a growing more info
Natural killer (NK) cells exhibit potent activity in pre-clinical models of diverse hematologic malignancies and solid tumors and infusion of more info
Advances in next-generation sequencing and application to the protein-coding territory of tumor genomes have greatly expanded our knowledge of somatic more info
Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is a chronic debilitating disease caused by an autoimmune attack that destroys the insulin-producing beta cells more info
Key to the success of intracellular pathogens is the ability to sense and respond to a changing host cell environment. more info
Increasing food waste is a threat to the environmental and economic sustainability of our food system. Approved food additives can more info
The presentation will focus on the overall theme of developing nature inspired approaches to improve quality and safety of food. more info
The vivid field of functional foods constantly seeks new opportunities to formulate food products that deliver bioactive moieties, extra-nutritional values more info
Memory is fundamental to the survival of all animals, as it enables them to adapt their behavior according to their more info
Foods are not just a mixture of ingredients, whose properties remain unchanged when they are part of a complex system. more info
The revolution in genome sequencing technology, informatics, and artificial intelligence, has driven humanity the ability to map, understand, and utilize more info
Single-cell omics have shaped our understanding of cellular heterogeneity. Oligodendroglial cells, the myelinating cells of the central nervous system, were more info
In mid-March 2020, with the onset of the first lockdown in Israel, we started to implement a non-adaptive group testing more info
Natural surfaces such as clay minerals and oxides are key players in the physicochemical interaction between microorganisms and their environment. more info
Ischemic heart disease (IHD) is a leading cause of death worldwide. Current treatments help with managing symptoms of the disease. more info
The human body is host to a huge amount of bacteria – most rigorously characterized in niches such as the more info
Notwithstanding the rapidly growing armamentarium of therapeutics in metastatic malignancies -finding therapeutic combinations that result in a durable response remains more info
Real time sensing of biological processes in diseases is critical for many fields, especially cancer. Optical sensors enable fast, reliable, more info
Pioneer factors play a critical role in differentiation by generating chromatin accessibility and by activating enhancers. As differentiation progress, additional more info
Advanced biofuels are under development to meet policy goals for diversifying energy supply, reducing the carbon-intensity of transportation and other more info
Ribosome biogenesis is an efficient and complex assembly process that has not been reconstructed outside a living cell so far, more info
The human gut microbiome is increasingly seen as relevant to host physiology and risk of chronic disease. Microbial exposures and more info
In order to prevent and overcome mineral deficiencies, healthy diets with a balanced nutritional profile are key. Common beans and more info
Beyond the genetic information encoded in the linear DNA sequence, the spatial conformation of chromatin, namely the genome and its more info
In localization microscopy, the positions of individual nanoscale point emitters (e.g. fluorescent molecules) are determined at high precision from their more info
The field of bioelectronic medicine seeks to develop novel approaches for modulating electrogenic cells within organs, to advance translational applications more info
Nanostructured porous silicon (PSi) has been widely studied for the past two decades as an optical transducer for the detection more info
Salmonella enterica is the leading human pathogen responsible for bacterial foodborne outbreaks worldwide. In the recent years, low water activity more info
Biological circuits in synthetic biology are designed to perform logical functions, similar to their electrical counterparts, inside living cells. However, more info
Clostridium (Ruminiclostridium) thermocellum is a Gram-positive, thermophilic, anaerobic bacterium that is capable of efficiently hydrolyzing crystalline cellulose via an extracellular more info
Encapsulation of insulin–producing cells (IPCs) has been widely investigated to improve cell transplantation outcomes in diabetic patients. Nonetheless, major hurdles more info
The protein ferritin consists of two kinds of subunits, H and L, that assemble to a 24-subunit heteropolymer complex that more info
Fish diseases are a major threat to the sustainability of the aquaculture industry globally. Edwardsiella species are common and important more info
The kidney plays a major role in systemic iron homeostasis, as it controls the most iron consuming pathway of the more info
The intensive and improper use of antibiotics has dramatically increased the frequency of resistance among human pathogens and led to more info
Autologous cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) has the ability to change the course of a pathology. Unfortunately, in the face of more info
Metastasis is the major cause of treatment failure and mortality. The main goal of this study was to develop a more info
Human milk provides the nursing infant with molecules critical to infant development, homeostasis, and health. A fraction of these molecules more info
In this talk, several examples are given on how to understand, control and modify the structure of milk proteins, and more info
The question I will address in this seminar is “Why is it that our species, with unprecedented privilege in terms more info
Today, there is an evident need to keep reinforcing the safety of foods with sound scientific evidence. To this end, more info
Smart biomaterials, also termed stimuli responsive, react in a desirable manner to minor changes induced in their environment. The main more info
The emerging field of ancient DNA allows glimpses into the genetics of individuals that are long-dead, and revolutionizes our ability more info
Microalgae are one of the dominant groups of phytoplankton in oceans and account for more than 50% of global primary more info
We are in the midst of an unprecedented era of rapid scientific and technological advances that are transforming the way more info
Thought for food and food for thought – Special seminar Oral tribology: Sticky to Slippery Food and Beyond   Oral more info
Human Cytochrome P450 Enzymes: Applications and Perspectives The majority of drugs used in human patients are substrates of drug metabolizing more info
Phospholipids are important minor components in edible oil that play a role in lipid oxidation however whether they are antioxidative more info
Uncovering the basis of behavioral variation across developmental timescales Animals generate complex patterns of behavior across life that can be more info
צריכת הבשר העולמית גדלה משמעותית במהלך המאה ה- 20 , כך שבשר הפך להיות מקור החלבון העיקרי במדינות בעלות הכנסה more info
The living world is largely divided into autotrophs that convert CO2 into biomass and heterotrophs that consume organic compounds. Can more info
A cross-genotype effective vaccine is obligated to achieve global elimination of hepatitis C virus (HCV). Recent studies underscore the importance more info
There is a revolution taking place in the world of food. The use of new technologies such as CRISPR, synthetic more info
Towards mining the marine microbiome for remediation targets: lessons from the human microbiome more info
Non-Genetic “Optogenetics”: Silicon Based Bio-Interfaces for Optical Modulation at the Sub-Cellular, Cellular, and Tissue Level more info
How do bacteria adapt to plants and outcompete other bacteria in the plant environment? more info
In recent years, chemical protocols in various academic, clinical, and industrial studies around the world have begun to slowly shift more info
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a leading cause of joint disability worldwide, characterized by articular cartilage degradation, synovial inflammation and bone remodeling, more info
הענקת מלגת קוגן על הצגת מחקר בכנס בחו”ל. הסמינר יועבר על ידי שתי הזוכות : סופיה גרהם (מעבדה – אסתי more info
Feeding a growing population while minimizing environmental degradation is a global challenge. It is now clear that because of the more info
Erythromycin potentiation against Gram-negative bacteria       more info
Developing the Nano-Ghost system as a targeted delivery system to the cartilage tissue for the  treatment of osteoarthritis more info
Mechanobiology as a bioengineering approach to rapidly reveal the clinical metastatic risk of cancer more info
Hydrophobicity importance in short OACs for bacterial sensitization to rifampin more info
Evaluating the impact of physiologically digested Carrageenan on the human gut microbiome composition and short chain fatty acid production more info
Development of an engineered human heart tissue model from human iPSCs-derived cardiomyocytes more info
Structure-function studies of bacterial and mammalian tyrosinase and their inhibitors more info
Stabilization of lipase T6 from Geobacillus stearothermophilus as an efficient biocatalyst in organic solvents more info
Quantitative Prediction of Nanoparticle Assembly for Personalized Nanomedicine more info
My 25 years of Analytical Biotechnology research in Hong Kong: rapid biotests for heart attacks, viruses, antibiotic resistance, and water more info
3D printed microfluidic systems for cell culture and biological applications more info
Understanding regulation of translation through RNA structure and investigating regulatory synthetic long non-coding RNA (slncRNAs) more info
The genomic landscape of microsatellite unstable tumors, detection and prevention more info
Jacobs Graduate Research Day Good luck to our Doctoral students: Shira Engelberg, from Assoc.Prof. Yoav Livni’s lab and Sofia Arshavsky from Assoc.Prof. more info
Meet our alumni and hear about their success post-graduation Click to register  more info
Insect-based flours as alimentary sources: Impact of processing operations on physicochemical characteristics, functionality and digestibility more info
Sequence-encoded biomimetic pigment materials formed by molecular self-assembly and biocatalysis more info
Development of Electrospun Extracellular Matrix-based Scaffolds for Tissue Engineering more info
EIT-FOOD: Microalgae- Based Product Development Competition Graduate student competition – open event more info
Hybrid Retinal Prosthesis: High-Resolution Electrode Array Integrated with Neurons for Restoration of Sight more info
Engineering Compliant, small Diameter Vascular Prosthesis for bypass grafting more info
Chirog Libi – The mechanism of flavonoids-pectin interactions: Effect of flavonoids structure and pH more info
Katzav Hadas- Rheological and functional properties of high pressure assisted gelation of potato proteins more info
Triplex formation – the third wheel with power -Bea Kaufmann more info
Engineering Synthetic Tissue Technologies Using Basic Biological Building Blocks more info
Oil structuring using co-crystallization of medium and very long chain free fatty acids more info
Designing functional foods with controllable lipid digestion based on different oil structuring mechanisms more info
Gut Feeling: Intestinal Dysbiosis in Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) Carriers more info
An In Vivo Binding Assay for RNA-binding Proteins Based on Repression of a Reporter Gene-Twist on Tour Seminar-נועה כץ מהמעבדה more info
Identification and characterization of new effector proteins from Salmonella enterica more info
The effects of food-grade carrageenan on intestinal health: mimicking physiological conditions in in vitro models more info
The Role of the NEET 2Fe-2S Proteins in Controlling the Fe/Fe-S and ROS Homeostasis in Health and Diseases more info
Single Cell Time-Lapse Imaging on Micro-Arrays – gene expression kinetics and signaling pathways more info
Characterization of Metagenomic Genes Involved in Cellulose and Hemicellulose Degradation more info
Silicon diffraction gratings for real-time evaluation of antibiotic susceptibility and bacterial networks more info
The enzymes BcsZ and BcsG in Salmonella Typhimurium function as cell wall degrading enzymes and enhance the bacterial survival on more info
Characterization of multifunctional colloid-stabilized emulsions and evaluation of their potential digestive fate more info
Biomolecular recognition is fundamental to the cellular functions via the formation of binding complexes. Functional complex of biomolecular recognition normally more info
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