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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...


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


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


Japanese researchers find why Alzheimer’s drugs work in the lab but not in patients


Medication that treats parasite infection also has anti-cancer effect

Researchers in Japan and the United States find ivermectin, a drug used to kill parasites, suppresses tumor development in epithelial ovarian cancer


Obesity-related gene markers identified

Obesity-related diseases and cells identified through analyses of 170,000 Japanese subjects

A joint group of researchers identified 193 variants (susceptibility loci for body weight regulation) on human genome relevant to body weight regulati...


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

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