An introduction to the Geva-Zatorsky lab: 

Join Naama on a short journey on a normal working day in July of 2020:

Dr. Naama Geva-Zatorsky gave a seminar talk as a guest of the CRC 1182 on February 24, 2021, discussing several projects running now in lab:

Proud to be one of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology 50 labs, from a number of faculties, that are working on different solutions to fight the global Covid-19 pandemic.

Naama’s presentation for Boston-Israel Academic Forum

“The Gut Microbiota – Man’s Best Friend”

From Naama’s paper: In vivo imaging and tracking of host–microbiota interactions via metabolic labeling of gut anaerobic bacteria

Supplementary video 1: MOE fluorescent Labeling of surface glycans of B. fragilis.

Supplementary video 2: Phagocytic uptake of B. fragilis by macrophages.

Supplementary video 3: Visualization of B. fragilis in the distal small intestine by intravital two-photon microscopy

Supplementary video 4: Non-invasive 3D whole-body longitudinal optical fluorescence imaging of live mice after oral administration of labeled B. fragilis.