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Found 783 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
 
Sights set on immunization target
9-January-2010

Revelation of key elements of how the digestive system defends the body broadens the scope for oral vaccines

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The molecular origins of morphological diversity
6-January-2010

A research team at RIKEN has clarified details of key mechanisms driving the emergence of functional novelty in genes of eukaryotes. In a paper to appear in PLoS Genetics, the researchers analyze the molecular-level mechanisms of functionalization in duplicate genes, shedding light on their relationship to morphological evolution.

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Global Alliance for Pharmacogenomics Adds Five New Projects
3-January-2010

Five new research projects expand an international, collaborative effort to advance understanding of how genetic factors influence a person’s responses to medicines. The additions bring the number of projects in the Global Alliance for Pharmacogenomics to 15.

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Getting past inspection
27-December-2009

By being picky about its binding partners, an RNA-modifying enzyme brings an important measure of quality control to the protein production process

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Seeing the sense in it all
27-December-2009

Structural details of an environment-sensing protein complex could guide development of new drugs to direct plant growth or combat bacterial infection

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