Israel Hanukoglu


Israel Hanukoglu is a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology and the head of the Laboratory of Cell Biology at Ariel University in Israel. Current research in his lab focuses on the structure and function of epithelial sodium channels (ENaC) that regulate blood volume and blood pressure, and mapping the sites of localization of ENaC in the body. The lab's expertise covers diverse techniques including gene cloning, protein expression, isolation, purification, and structural analysis, bioinformatics, and confocal microscopy techniques for cellular imaging. On clinical aspects related to steroid hormone action and genetic disorders he has a long-standing collaboration with his pediatric endocrinologist brother.

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