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New drugs will be tested on 3-D printed human heart tissue
In the future: Bayer and TAU plan to screen drug candidates on 3D-printed whole human hearts
A TAU team led by Prof. Motti Gerlic and Prof. Ariel Munitz, both of TAU's Sackler Faculty of Medicine of Tel Aviv University, have developed a new test to add to the current diagnostic arsenal used to detect coronavirus infection. The unique test is serological — a blood test — and measures the presence of three type of antibodies against the virus.
RAMOT@TAU is collaborating with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) to test thousands of soldiers using this test. In addition, a collaboration agreement was signed with Biological Industries Israel Beit Haemek on this assay.Read More
Neovii, the Swiss-based biopharmaceutical company and a member of Israeli-based Neopharm Group, has signed a research and license agreement with Tel Aviv University's (TAU) RAMOT, its technology transfer company, to work in collaboration with a team led by Professor Jonathan Gershoni of the School of Molecular Cell Biology and Biotechnology to develop a novel and potentially life-saving COVID-19 vaccine.Read More
The patent covers a vaccine that targets the most vulnerable point in a coronavirus’s structure, through which it penetrates human cells. The patent has been submitted by Ramot, the technology transfer company of Tel-Aviv University and was granted in March by the U.S. patent and trademark office.Read More