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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Protein complex reveals molecular mechanism of innate immune response
30-July-2010

Tokyo, 29 July - A team of researchers at the RIKEN Plant Science Center and the Institute of Cancer Research has uncovered details of a protein complex governing innate immune response in plants and animals, with applications in the development of disease-resistant crops and treatment of human diseases.

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A trick of the light
23-July-2010

Unusual properties predicted in superconducting thin films could deliver perfect lenses and other novel applications

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Bright lights for live cells
23-July-2010

Surface-selective fluorescent labeling enables cell tracking in the body while preserving initial cell function

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A turning point for young neurons
23-July-2010

Inward flow of membrane material is critical for repulsive growth cone turning

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Emergent resistance network suggests mechanism for colossal magnetoresistance
20-July-2010

Tokyo, 20 July - Scientists at Stanford University and RIKEN have revealed new clues on the microscopic processes by which resistance in certain materials is dramatically altered by the presence of magnetic fields.

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