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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Making the right contacts to get ahead
4-June-2010

A set of mutant yeast strains allows researchers to identify structural elements that help motor proteins to get moving

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Better connections through green catalysis
4-June-2010

Finely tuned nickel complexes combine important biomolecular precursors with high efficiency and low environmental impact

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New technique transforms iPS cells into natural tumor killers
2-June-2010

Tokyo, 2 June - A technique for producing natural killer T (NKT) cells, known for their role in suppressing tumor growth, has been successfully demonstrated for the first time using induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. The technique opens the door to effective new cell-targeted treatments for cancer.

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Semiconducting sandwich filling retains its mystery
28-May-2010

Solving part of the long-standing puzzle of the electronic properties of an enigmatic temperature phase of a titanium oxide may yield new clues

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Wired for sight
28-May-2010

Proper maturation of the visual cortex in mice, and possibly humans, depends on a maternal gene

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