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Superior pathological diagnosis using transparent tissues

RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center and Osaka University researchers show CUBIC, a tissue clearing and 3D imaging technique, makes human organs transparent to improve pathology diagnosis


A new genetic marker for schizophrenia

Japanese scientists find a rare genetic variant that shows strong association with schizophrenia


The pancreas provides a potential drug candidate for brain disease

Osaka University researchers show FGF21, a factor secreted by the pancreas, promotes remyelination in the central nervous system after injury


New drug targets for a rare kidney and liver disease


Using DNA to predict schizophrenia and autism

Osaka University researchers show in a multi-institute collaboration that a single amino acid substitution in the protein CX3CR1 may act as predictor for schizophrenia and autism


Successful transcatheter treatment of severe cardiac failure, a world first


Early diagnostic imaging to prevent kidney disease


Blood vessels are not designed to fight infection


A quick and easy detection of drug-resistant bacteria in clinical practice is available at a low cost

A new method for preventing the spread of such bacteria

A group of researchers developed a quick and easy method for detecting Carbapenem-resistant enterobacteriaceae (CRE), a type of bacteria that are high...


Detailed Structure of the Sweat Gland Revealed

Researchers at Osaka University have characterized the structure of human sweat glands down to the single cell level; the findings clarify the functional components of these glands and their interactions with the vasculature and nervous system, and thus could lead to treatments for sweating disorders

Osaka University researchers applied the technique of whole-mount immunostaining to characterize the structural features of human sweat glands as well...

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