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  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
  Background Activity against non-enveloped virusesHands transmission of viruses an important factor in the occurrence of respiratory and enteric diseases. Transfer of virus can occur to and from hands, as well as between hands and fomites. ...
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Touitou Elka
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
Background TD-test kit is a simple modification of the standard disk-diffusion assay that allows the semi-quantitative evaluation of survival rate and killing dynamics of Bacteria. The TDTest enables the detection of tolerant and persistent ...
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Balaban Natalie
Background Sensors for the detection of explosives are important for humanitarian de-mining, remediation of explosives waste sites, homeland security, and forensic applications. Different sensors for analyzing explosives have developed ...
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Willner Itamar
  Our Innovation: Drug-eluting stents (DES) are widely used in intravascular intervention. The current technology is based on crystallization of drug onto stent surface (with no- polymer) Coating process is resulting in high yield coatings that ...
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Domb Abraham
Background One of the main obstacles for successful cryopreservation of cells is the irreversible damage to cells organelles and membranes caused by uncontrolled growth of ice in super-cooled liquid. This has a crucial impact on organ, embryo, ...
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Braslavsky Ido
Background Valproic acid (VPA) is a first line antiepileptic and CNS drug (Epilepsy, neuropathic pain, bipolar disorders etc) Multivalent action of VPA is highly advantageous, promising improved efficacy with reduced side effects for ...
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Bialer Meir
Background Naturally occurring, unmodified fungi could be acting as biological pesticides No associated health or environmental problems Trials demonstrate control of citrus mites and grape powdery mildew, resulting in better quality and ...
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Sztejnberg Abraham
  Background Primary human hepatocytes are isolated from organs rejected from transplantation. Cells are expensive, show massive batch-to-batch variability and fail to proliferate in culture. Hepatocytes are routinely used by the pharmaceutical ...
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Nahmias Yaakov
Background Our invention is a new method for the successful synthesis of Multi-phosphorylated peptides that applies different coupling protocols and paves the way for the efficient and routine synthesis of multi-phosphorylated peptides of ...
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FRIEDLER Assaf
Background One of the key problems facing the tampons industry is the fact that all too often, used tampons are flushed down the toilet. Contrary to toilet paper, tampons do not disintegrate in water. As a matter of fact, they are designed to do ...
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Cohn Daniel
Background Asthma is the most severe among the chronic allergic diseases since it can eventually lead to death. Public attention in the developed world has recently focused on asthma because of its rapidly increasing prevalence.  Currently, ...
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Levi-Schaffer Francesca
Background  A new technology to treat various skin inflammations, irritations and infections, in which iodine (in its molecular form) being encapsulated within vesicles of approximately 100nm, is delivered deep into the skin. The uniqueness of ...
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Wormser Uri
  Highlights The rupture of the aneurysmal sac, typically results in almost immediate death, with the burst of Aortic Abdominal Aneurysms (AAA) ranking as the 13th cause of mortality in the U.S.  The stent can be inserted with minimally ...
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Cohn Daniel
  Background Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, is characterized by chronic relapsing intestinal inflammation. To date several biomarkers are used for the diagnosis of IBD, such as CRP (blood) and ...
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Froy Oren
Preserves sharp edges in enlarged images (Converts DVD to HD)  Image upscaling, or enlargement of image size, results in blurring of edges and loss of image quality Although digital cameras produce high-resolution images, there still exist ...
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Fattal Raanan
Background Existing personal glucose levels are still controlled invasively by blood sampling. The option of constant 24 hour monitoring of blood glucose levels would significantly impact the wellbeing of diabetic patients and reduce the ever ...
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Feldman Yuri
Background   The lack of suitable adjuvants is considered to be the main obstacle in the development of new vaccines against incurable diseases.   Our Innovation An entrapment methodology of proteins in alumina The Alumina polymerization by ...
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Avnir David