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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
All together now
7-August-2009

Mutual controllability of electricity and magnetism in a weak magnetic material points the way to low-power electronics

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Giving DNA segments the golden touch
7-August-2009

Controlled positioning of nucleic acids on gold nanoparticles creates new possibilities for bottom-up nanotechnologies

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A slight twist with serious consequences
31-July-2009

Subtle structural changes can markedly affect one protein’s toxic impact, and may help explain the distinctive pathology of Huntington’s disease

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Roaming receptors
31-July-2009

Neurons communicate more efficiently when neuronal activity causes inhibitory receptors to diffuse away from the synapse

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Detecting H1N1 faster than ever using Omics SmartAmp technology
31-July-2009

With the rise of (H1N1) cases around the world, there is a pressing need at medical institutions to detect infections. As a part of emergency government research aimed at addressing this need, RIKEN and University of Tokyo, are developing an H1N1 detection technique based on its SmartAmp technology.

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