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2020-1-9
Getting to the "Heart" of Heart Beats: Cardiac thin filament structure and function revealed

Osaka University team uses advanced electron cryomicroscopy and image analysis to reveal the structure of vital muscle thin filaments in the heart wit...

2020-1-6
Peering into the genome of brain tumor

Scientists at Osaka University have created a machine learning method for classifying the mutations of glioma brain tumors based on MR images alone. T...

2019-11-22
Seeing the world’s smallest universal joints

Researchers at Osaka University used electron cryomicroscopy to produce the most accurate images to date of the bacterial flagellar hook. This work ma...

2019-11-20
Non-invasive microscopy detects activation state and distinguishes between cell types

2019-5-17
Artificial peptide bond formation provides clues to creation of life on Earth

Using amino thioacids rather than regular amino acids, Osaka University researchers established a new method to form α-peptide bonds for polypeptide c...

2019-3-20
Electron Accelerators Reveal the Radical Secrets of Antioxidants

An Osaka University professor has demonstrated for the first time the value of linear particle accelerators for the generation of free radicals inside...

2019-1-15
Therapeutic and Diagnostic Functions of One Antibody for Pancreatic Cancer

Osaka University researchers developed monoclonal antibodies against CKAP4—a plasma membrane protein—and found that it was released from pancreatic ca...

2018-12-21
The secret adaptive power of photosynthetic complex I is finally revealed

An international team including researchers from Osaka University has solved the structure of photosynthetic complex I using cryo-electron microscopy....

2018-12-17
Dual control: plant peptide hormone generates distinct cell structures for water flow

An international collaboration including Osaka University researchers has found that a peptide hormone regulates two different cell division processes...

2018-11-22
Gip1 structure places G proteins in lockdown

Heterotrimeric G proteins are important in G protein-coupled receptor signaling, which is important in the detection of various stimuli. Here, an Osak...

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