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New Strategy for Multiple Myeloma Immunotherapy

Osaka University study unveils new target for monoclonal antibody-based treatment of cancer

Cancer-specific proteins have been identified for the development of monoclonal antibody (mA)-based therapies, but there remains a need to uncover new...


Walk This Way: A Better Way to Identify Gait Differences

Osaka University researchers design a gait recognition method that can overcome intra-subject variations by view differences

Human traits such as the face, voice, and gait are commonly used for biometric-based person recognition. Although gait is one of the most practical tr...


Gender roles in ancient times

Japanese scientists show how the expression of a single gene, doublesex1, in the embryo of the ancient crustacean Daphnia magna determines the growth of gender-specific traits

Two new studies by Osaka University researchers provide insights on why male and female bodies of the same species differ. The studies show factors th...


How Bacteria Get Their Groove: Mechanism behind Flagellar Motility

Osaka University study sheds light on mechanism underlying the assembly and activation of flagellar motor in the bacteria Bacillus subtilis

Most motile bacteria move by the use of flagella. While the flagellar motor components have been identified, it remains unclear how they are assembled...


Mending hearts in three dimensions

Kyoto-Osaka team uses hiPSCs to repair myocardial infarctions in rats


Successful cardiogenic shock treatment using a percutaneous left ventricular assist device


Breaking the Chain: Catalyzing a Green Future for Chemistry

Osaka University researchers create catalyst for refining chemicals in plant waste, allowing a green way to produce valuable raw materials

A Japanese research team from Osaka University developed “green” catalysis for creating valuable chemicals from plant waste. By reacting a catalyst wi...


Osaka University Rolls the Dice on Perovskite Interfaces

Osaka University-led researchers develop a Bayesian probability-based computer program to help work out the structure of perovskite oxides at their interfaces

Osaka University-led researchers developed a robust Monte Carlo-based refinement computerized approach to precisely and accurately model perovskite ox...


Osaka University Chemists Unlock the Potential of Fluoroalkenes

Osaka University-led researchers master chemical transformation of fluoroalkenes, paving the way for new pharmaceuticals and advanced materials

Osaka University-led chemists developed a copper-catalyzed reaction for replacing fluorine atoms with an easily transformable boronate group on polyfl...


New mutations in iPS cells are mainly concentrated in non-transcriptional regions

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