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The ability of cells in the body to recognize bacteria and viruses is critical to survival.
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 656,888.00

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Diseases that result from an infection are most often resolved by cells that use an immune response to clear foreign agents.
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 669,831.00

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Type B lymphocytes are a specific type of white blood cell within our immune system.
Region(s): India, Pakistan, Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 498,669.00

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Tropical diseases in humans and livestock can cause death and remain a huge economic and social burden in developing countries.
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 670,000.00

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A functioning immune system is critical for successful treatment of cancer.
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 636,558.00

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Changes in the functioning of the human immune system are the main cause for many diseases, including auto-immunity, infections, and cancer.
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 669,957.00

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The connections inside the brain need to be wired in a precise manner during development to ensure its proper function.
Topic(s): NERVOUS SYSTEM, BRAIN, MEDICAL RESEARCH, MEDICAL SCIENCES
Region(s): Chile, Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 647,025.00

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This project will provide evidence to help direct treatment strategies in patients with memory deficits and reduce the symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Topic(s): MENTAL HEALTH, BRAIN, BIOLOGY, LEARNING
Region(s): Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 669,937.00

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This project seeks to understand the brain mechanisms necessary for people to learn to perceive sounds.
Topic(s): COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS, MUSIC, INDIA, BRAIN, LEARNING, EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, CANADA
Region(s): India, Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 425,880.00

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The human gastrointestinal tract is home to 100 trillion microorganisms.
Topic(s): LATIN AMERICA, BRAIN, CANADA, MENTAL HEALTH, MICROBIOLOGY, MICROORGANISMS, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
Region(s): Chile, Canada, Israel
Total Funding: CA$ 625,500.00

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