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A Novel Non-Hormonal Composition as Contraceptive for Ovulation Ariel Hourvitz, Yuval Yung, Svetlana Markman and Gil Yerushalmi, Sheba Medical Center Categories Women Health , Contraceptive Composition, Fertility, Non Hormonal Development Stage Preclinical studies – efficacy and ...
A Novel Non-Hormonal Composition as Contraceptive for Ovulation Ariel Hourvitz, Yuval Yung, Svetlana Markman and Gil Yerushalmi, Sheba Medical Center Categories Women Health , Contraceptive Composition, Fertility, Non Hormonal Development Stage Preclinical studies – efficacy and ...
This novel invention presents a cost effective process for the fabrication of ceramics packed with metal. These cermets composites are based on Boron Carbides with infiltrated copper. The process addresses the design of B4C and Cu cermets with two interpenetrating and interconnected networks of B4C ...
Scientific Contact: Moshe Dariel
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Scientific Contact: Oded Shoseyov
The present technology describes the caspase-3/YAP module as a new target for the treatment of melanoma development and ...
Summary The proper functioning of the central nervous system (CNS) depends on effective communication between different neurons. A fundamental process ensuring said communication is myelination, which acts to insulate projections of neurons (axons) to ensure efficient transmittance of ...
Scientific Contact: Elior Peles
Categories: Life sciences & Biotechnology Technology Keywords: Muscular dystrophy, nonsense mutation, Duchenne, Becker, cystic fibrosis, genetic diseases, dystrophin Development Stage: Proof of concept Our Innovation A nonsense mutation is an alteration in the ...
Scientific Contact: Rotem Karni
Summary The thermoelectric effect is the direct conversion of temperature differences to electric voltage and vice versa. Thermoelectric effects are used in various applications, where heat energy is saved, that would be otherwise lost. Although the TE conversion efficiency is nowadays low ...
Scientific Contact: Yoseph Imry
Summary Culturing and expanding T cells ex-vivo, while retaining their functionality, is an essential factor for the development of cutting-edge immunotherapies. A major problem frequently faced by physicians is the low number of T cells available for adoptive immunotherapy, and the difficulty ...
Scientific Contact: Benjamin Geiger
Dispersible powders and aqueous dispersions for new drug delivery possibilities Categories Drug delivery, Delivery route, Formulation Development Stage Proof of concept with a number of water-insoluble compounds Patent Status Patent applications pending in US, Europe and ...
Scientific Contact: Shlomo Magdassi
Summary New generation of superior nature-inspired therapeutics for treating inflammation.Inflammation is characterized by elevated levels of TNF-?. Neutralizing TNF-? activity was shown to be beneficial for patients with chronic autoimmune inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis ...
Scientific Contact: Irit Sagi
Summary Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) pathologies such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis have a limited number of therapeutic options currently available. These diseases are known for causing a dramatic reduction in the quality of life as symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal pain, ...
Scientific Contact: Ayelet Erez
Background Glaucoma is a disease characterized by intra-ocular pressure sufficient to damage the optic nerve and cause permanent impairment of vision. Glaucoma is rarely cured, but its progression can be greatly delayed by reducing the intra-ocular pressure with medicines, laser procedure or ...
Scientific Contact: Orna Geyer
Summary Obesity is reaching epidemic proportions throughout the western world and is also now becoming a problem in a number of countries in the developing world. This is primarily due to the over-consumption of high-calorie foods compounded with the lethargic lifestyles that are becoming ...
Scientific Contact: Yosef Shaul
Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumonia) is part of the flora of the human respiratory tract, and can cause mucosal and invasive infections such as otitis media, pneumonia, sepsis and meningitis. The mucosal epithelial surfaces, with their tight junctions, constitute the first line of defense that ...
Scientific Contact: Yaffa Mizrachi
This invention discusses a micro-scale optical device that includes a tunable micro disk resonator possessing a high quality factor. The device comprises of a waveguide and a micro-disk, optically coupled to the waveguide. The high quality factor allows for a single photon to interact several times ...
Scientific Contact: Ron Folman
Current algorithms to match XML query twig patterns in a parallel GPU multi-threaded computing platform are only fit for systems with a maximum of several dozen threads. The technology presented is a novel algorithm for matching twig patterns in large XML documents, using GPU. The algorithm ...
The present technology describes an efficient method to eradicate multidrug resistance (MDR) tumor cells via lysosomal photodestruction ...
Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy in women with over half a million cases occurring worldwide each year. Despite multi-modal approaches, this disease remains highly resistant and novel approaches for treatment are urgently needed. The cytotoxic effect of photo-excited titanium ...
Scientific Contact: Gideon Fleminger
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