Presentation of DIP-projects

  • DIP A 6.3 Cellular regulation via the ubiquitin proteasome pathway

    The main objective of the project was to study the involvement of aberrations in the ubiquitin system and their involvement in pathogenesis of diseases. The ubiquitin system is involved in degradation of many key regulatory cellular proteins such as tumor suppresors and transcriptional regulators, and of misfolded/denatured proteins.
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  • DIP B 4.3 Utilization of wild cereal germplasm

    Utilization of wild cereal germplasm from the Israeli Center of Diversity for Wheat and Barley Improvement: Mapping, cloning and transformation of disease and drought resistance genes into elite cultivars
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  • DIP C 7.2 Investigation of plasma under pulsed energy deposition

    The goal of the DIP project is fundamental investigations of transient plasmas under pulsed energy deposition. This topic is relevant to many research activities in laboratory and astrophysical plasmas. Each of the three participating groups, Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS), GSI, and Jena University, possesses state of the art plasma facilities, representing plasmas under a wide range of conditions.
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  • DIP K 3.1 The use of advanced tracking technologies for the analysis of mobility in Alzheimer's disease and related cognitive diseases

    As the world's population ages, dementia-related disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease are becoming more prevalent, and constitute a serious threat to the health and well-being of older adults. One of the more common behavioural manifestations of dementia-related disorders is severe problems with out-of-home mobility. It is not uncommon for people with dementia to go missing, or to be found seriously injured, or dead.
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