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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Leading scientists to discuss developmental perspectives in vertebrate evolution
22-June-2010

The giraffe’s neck, the elephant’s trunk, the bat’s wing and the turtle’s shell – what do these evolutionary innovations all have in common?

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M cells hold the key to gut immunity
18-June-2010

Pioneering work on the immune system in our gut reveals the important role of intestinal ‘microfold’ cells in the functioning of our immune system.

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Molecular blockade
18-June-2010

Artificial ‘molecules’ with an asymmetric structure can control the flow of electrons in semiconductor materials

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New progress from a ‘joint’ venture
18-June-2010

The discovery of novel risk factors for osteoarthritis illuminates a probable role for the immune system in the pathology of this joint disorder

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Finding the needle in the proteomic haystack
17-June-2010

Tokyo, 17 June - Researchers at the RIKEN have demonstrated that a technique for tagging and profiling proteins can be used to accurately classify anti-cancer drugs based on the molecules they target. The technique promises to accelerate the process of proteomic profiling and contribute to more effective drug discovery.

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