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faculty member

  • Dr

    alon margalit
  • Biotechnology - B.Sc. Program
  • 97244808743
  • alonmarg@telhai.ac.il
  • Inflammation, Immunology, Signal Transduction, Structural Knowledge, History, Cartography

  • Born, April 25, 1955
    Education:
    1987, Ben-Gurion University, BSc
    1991, Ben-Gurion University, MSc
    1995, Ben-Gurion University, PhD
    1995-1997, GD Searle, St Louis USA, Post Doc
    2015-206, Harvard Med, Boston, Sabbatical

    Academic Experience:
    2000-2006, Biotechnology, Tel-Hai College, Lecturer
    2006-Present, Biotechnology, Tel-Hai College, Senior Lecturer

    Institute Position:
    2008-Present, Tel-Hai College, Head of Library

  • The Effects of Pro Resolving Mediators (SPMs) on Necroptosis.

    The Generation of 3D structural information based on historical maps

  • Light microscopy practice in cell biology, Biotechnology, Undergraduates

    Selected Subjects in Biotechnology, Undergraduates

    Signal Transduction, Undergraduates

    Scientific Seminar in Biotechnology, Undergraduates

    The Biochemistry of Inflammation, Post-Graduates

    Advanced Scientific Seminar in Biotechnology, Undergraduates

  • Current Publications:

    • Weinstein-Marom H, Hendel1 L, Avigad-Laron E, Sharabi A, Margalit A and Gross G. MHC-I presentation of peptides derived from protein products of the pioneer round of translation. FASEB Journal 2019, DOI: 10.1096/fj.201802717RRR

     

    • Margalit A. Differential earthquake footprints on the masonry styles at Qal’at al-Subayba (Nimrod fortress) support the theory of its ancient origin. Heritage Science 2018 6: 62

     

    • Levin, N, Pato A, Cafri G, Peretz T, Margalit A, Lotem M and Gross G Spontaneous activation of antigen-presenting cells by genes encoding truncated homo-oligomerizing derivatives of CD40. Journal of Immunotherapy 2017 40: 39-50

     

    • Patto A, Eisenberg G, Machlenkin A, Margalit A, Frankenburg S, Merims S, Peretz T, Lotem M and Gross G. Messenger RNA encoding constitutively active toll-like receptor 4 enhances effector functions of human T cells. Clinical and Experimental Immunology 220-9, 2016