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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
The more the merrier
15-March-2011

Computational search algorithms take the guesswork out of understanding complex, multi-molecule transformations

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Fridge magnet transformed
15-March-2011

A common industrial magnet exhibits rare and potentially useful qualities when its composition is slightly altered

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Partners in inflammation
15-March-2011

Two genes that affect Caucasians and a variant of the inflammatory gene interleukin-6 affect the abundance of a marker of systemic inflammation in the Japanese

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New transcription factor reveals molecular mechanism for wound-induced organ regeneration
11-March-2011

Researchers at the RIKEN Plant Science Center (PSC) and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) have identified a novel transcription factor controlling how plants dedifferentiate cells in response to wounding.

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Conserved kinase protects cells from endosomal traffic jam
8-March-2011

Some molecules have a single, highly specific function in physiology, while others have a much broader remit. Kinases in the IKK family are of the latter sort, playing a variety of roles. A new report from RIKEN shows that this factor regulates shuttling of endosomes in the tips of growing mechanosensory bristles.

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