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Found 65 articles associated to the institution Nagoya University.
 
Innate immune adaptor TRIF confers neuroprotection in ALS mice by eliminating abnormal glial cells
16-April-2018

Researchers led by Nagoya University have revealed that deficiency of the innate immune adaptor TRIF significantly shortened survival time of ALS mice. This study uncoves the new roles of innate immunity in ALS pathomechanism and provides a clue to develop a new therapeutic approach for protecting ALS motor neurons.

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Inherent Feminizing Effect of Germ Cells: New Insights into Sex Determination
30-March-2018

A Nagoya University-led study shows for the first time germ cells have an inherent property to feminize the body in teleost fish, medaka.

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Superconductivity in an Alloy with Quasicrystal Structure
26-March-2018

Japanese researchers have observed superconductivity in a quasicrystal for the first time.

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Even flies like a familiar song: How auditory learning shapes fly behavior
21-March-2018

Researchers at Nagoya University develop fruit fly model to explore how learned auditory cues alter mating behavior and sexual preference.

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Digging up the Precambrian: Fossil Burrows Show Early Origins of Animal Behavior
12-March-2018

Researchers led by Nagoya University discover penetrative trace fossils from the late Ediacaran of western Mongolia, revealing earlier onset of the “agronomic revolution”.

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