PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Tali Haran
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No of theses 19
Department Biology
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Vyas Pratik 2017 PhD Abstracts The Interactions of Wild-Type p53 with its Response Elements: the Role of Sequence Spacers in p53/DNA Interactions
Senitzki Alon 2018 PhD Abstracts DNA Structural Flexibility and the Mechanism of P53 Binding to its Target Sites
Beno Itai 2015 PhD Abstracts The Molecular Basis of Differential Binding of Wild Type P53 to its Target Sites
Faiger Hana 2004 PhD Abstracts The Mechanism of Protein/DNA Structural Recognition in the Model System of TATA Binding Protein/TATA-Box Interaction
Bareket-Samish Avital 1999 PhD Structural Aspects of the DNA Molecule: Sequence Dependent Structure and Structural Recognition of DNA by Proteins in the Tryptophan Repressor/ Operator System
Chazan Ariel 2020 MSc Are p53-Dependent Functional Outcomes Regulated by the Flexibility of p53 Response Elements?
Zivan Anna 2019 MSc Abstracts The Impact of DNA structure and Flexibility of p53 Response Elements with Long Spacers on p53 Binding Affinity and Cooperativity
Safieh Jessy 2018 MSc Abstracts Is the Functional Outcome of p53 Dependent Genes Encoded in the Flexibility of p53 Response Elements?
Tucker Scott 2017 MSc Abstracts High-Throughput Investigation of the Mechanistic Origin of p53/DNA Interactions
Senitzki Alon 2014 MSc Abstracts Structural Properties of Natural p53 Target Genes Binding Sites
Shraibman Jenia 2012 MSc Abstracts The Kinetics of p53/DNA Interactions
Allon Karin Zipora 2011 MSc Abstracts Cooperative Sequence Dependent Binding of p53DBD to its Target Sites
Enav Hagay 2009 MSc Abstracts The Spatial Properties of Different TATA Boxes and Their Influence on TATA-TBP Interaction
Levitine Michael 2009 MSc Abstracts Unravelling the Binding Mechanism of p53 Protein to its DNA Consensus Sequences
Rosenfeld Marina 2007 MSc Abstracts DNA Spatial Structure and its Influence on Protein/DNA Binding in TATA Binding Protein/TATA-box System
Shaulov Lihi 2006 MSc Abstracts Direct and Indirect Readout in p53 Interaction with Consensus – Like DNA Targets
Amar Keren Or 2003 MSc Abstracts The Influence of the Sequences Flanking the TATA-Box on TATA Binding Protein/TATA Box Interactions
Roles Asia 2003 MSc Abstracts Can Tryptophan Repressor Interact with its Target Site Exclusively through Structural Readout?
Merling Ayellet 2003 MSc Abstracts The Phenomenon of Intrinsic Bending of DNA Molecules