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2018-9-10
Seeing Pesticides Spread Through Insect Bodies

Osaka University-led team provides insights into the distribution of pesticides within insects using a newly developed method of insect sample prepara...

2018-8-14
Brain cancer potentially resists immunotherapies by trapping T cells in bone marrow

Researchers in collaboration with Osaka University found that brain tumors in mice and humans cause immune T-cells to become trapped in bone marrow. T...

2018-7-24
Autonomous gene expression control nanodevice will contribute to medical care

Osaka University-led researchers constructed integrated gene logic-chips called "gene nanochips." These self-contained nanochips can switch genes on o...

2018-7-6
Step-by-Step Account of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Development Revealed

Osaka University researchers elucidated the pathophysiology of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), an autoimmune disorder that causes inflammation and...

2018-6-29
New approach to treating infectious diseases as an alternative to antibiotics

Osaka University-led researchers clarified how pathogenic E. coli bacteria attached to the host intestinal epithelium. They revealed that type IV pili...

2018-5-23
Igniting the Rheumatoid Arthritis Flame Through A Cellular Cascade

Osaka University-led international researchers identified a network of cells responsible for secretion of a key inflammatory cytokine in development o...

2018-4-18
Accepted or Rejected? Uncovering How Fate of B Cell is Determined

Osaka University-centered researchers identify the plasma cell-prone B cells in the light zone of germinal centers. Higher expression of the proteins ...

2018-4-3
Photosynthesis Involves a Protein “Piston”

The photosystem I (PSI)–ferrodoxin (Fd) complex is important in electron transfer during photosynthesis, through which plants convert sunlight, carbon...

2018-1-19
Magnesium makes chromosomes

2017-12-29
Bright and Stable: New Acid-Tolerant Green Fluorescent Protein for Bioimaging

Fluorescent proteins (FPs) are powerful tools for visualization of molecular and cellular processes; however, most FPs lose fluorescence at a pH lower...

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