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Novel Mode of Antidepressant Action May Help Patients Unresponsive to SSRIs

Osaka University research has identified a serotonin type 3 receptor activator with antidepressant effects in mice that functions independently of SSRIs

Research at Osaka University identified a novel mode of action for a potential antidepressant that also leads to nerve cell growth in the mouse hippoc...


Regulator of Chromosome Structure Crucial to Healthy Brain Function and Nerve Development

Research led by Osaka University identifies cohesin protein as key to control of chromosome structure underlying nerve cell network formation


Negative Regulator Stops Extreme Immune Response to Parasite, Averting Multi-Organ Damage

Research at Osaka University identifies novel role for BATF2 protein in controlling immune response to Chagas disease parasite infection, preventing immunopathology

A new study from Osaka University identified a role for the BATF2 protein in negatively regulating the immune response to infection by the protozoan p...


Genetic control of immune cell proliferation

Members at IFReC, Osaka University provide new insights on why the tumor suppression gene Foxo1 can actually be the cause of some cancers


A good night’s sleep

Osaka University researchers use smartphones and machine learning to measure sleep patterns


Super-resolution Spectral Imaging to Monitor Dynamic Processes in Real Time

Research team at Osaka University develops approach to increase resolution of multichannel spectrometers

Osaka University researchers found that the Moiré pattern generated between two slit arrays placed at the entrance and exit of a commercial multichann...


Resilient Red Blood Cells Need Fuel to Adapt their Shape to the Environment

International researchers led by Osaka University build a microfluidic system to measure the resilience of red blood cells after constriction


Identification of Protein Crucial to Lymphatic System Development

Osaka University-led research team finds the protein Polydom/Svep1 (Polydom) is essential for developing a functioning lymphatic system


Proton Beam Power Boosted with Pulsed Lasers, Promising Better Proton Therapies

Osaka University-led researchers demonstrate that multiple sharp, ultra-short laser pulses can spur development of new types of proton-beam systems for use in fusion reactors and cancer treatment


Japanese Researchers Make Breakthrough in Antioxidant Enzyme Linked to Jaundice

Solution of long-standing mystery will lead to the development of treatment agents

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