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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
No pores in the war on epilepsy
17-April-2009

A significant form of epilepsy is genetically linked to a non-membrane channel protein

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Building new connections
17-April-2009

Two newly discovered proteins may offer a breakthrough in understanding the function of an enigmatic network of protein fibers

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Marking metabolism
17-April-2009

A unique metabolic fingerprint of an individual can be built up by using a common spectroscopy technique to identify the molecules involved

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Spin lattices enter a new phase
17-April-2009

RIKEN scientists, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Tokyo, Japan, and Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, have unveiled the possible existence of a new magnetic phase in the spatial arrangements of electron spins

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Exploring cholesterol function and fighting against metabolic syndrome
17-April-2009

“People think cholesterol is bad for health. But without cholesterol, we could not survive. Cholesterol is important, but its function remains elusive.”

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