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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


Plasmodium by-products persist in the bone marrow and promote chronic bone loss

Another hidden pathology caused by malaria infection


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


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

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