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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Transcriptomic insights into the vertebrate phylotypic stage
18-May-2011

A new comparative transcriptomic analysis of four vertebrate species conducted by Naoki Irie in RIKEN's Laboratory for Evolutionary Morphology strongly suggests that the 'hourglass model' is the more accurate description of how the vertebrate phylotype manifests.

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Holistic biology could pave the way for Japanese biofuels
13-May-2011

Insights gained by the Biosphere Oriented Biology Research Unit into complex biological systems could revolutionize energy production and re-integrate society into the global ecological cycle

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Know your tomatoes
13-May-2011

Assessing the chemical diversity of genetically modified organisms is an important first step for evaluating their safety

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The beginnings of the brain
13-May-2011

A single protein is sufficient to switch on the various genes that kick off the development of the embryonic nervous system

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RIKEN and Max Planck Society sign agreement to establish Joint Research Center for Systems Chemical Biology
12-May-2011

RIKEN (President Ryoji Noyori) and the Max Planck Society (MPG; President Peter Gruss) signed an agreement on April 27, 2011, to strengthen their collaboration by establishing a joint research center for systems chemical biology, a field that seeks to achieve a systematic understanding of biological systems from a chemistry perspective.

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