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Found 65 articles associated to the institution Nagoya University.
 
New Insights into Brain Circuit for Hunger Responses during Starvation -Researchers uncover mechanism by which hypothalamic neural signaling drives hunger responses to survive starvation-
26-January-2017

Nagoya University-led researchers showed that hunger-driven neural signaling in the hypothalamus activates inhibitory reticular neurons in the medulla oblongata to reduce metabolism and promote feeding and chewing under starving conditions. Abnormal activation of these medullary reticular neurons may promote pathological changes leading to obesity.

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First experimental evidence of 3D aromaticity in stacked antiaromatic compounds
15-December-2016

International collaboration led by Nagoya University uses two-dimensional antiaromatic materials to realize three-dimensional aromatic structures.

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Anti-Tumor Effect of Novel Plasma Medicine Caused by Lactate
14-December-2016

Nagoya University researchers have developed cold plasma-activated Ringer’s solution for chemotherapy. The solution has anti-tumor effects in vitro and in vivo that derive from the lactate component.

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Improving the Mechanical Properties of Polymer Gels through Molecular Design
1-December-2016

A research team has developed new approach to strengthen polymer gels by changing the length of polymer “thread” per molecular “bead”.

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Sponge-like materials capture, store, and release essential small molecules
28-November-2016

Nagoya University, Kyoto University, and Air Liquide will start a new project to design innovative nanoporous materials, or “sponge materials,” for highly efficient abilities in separation, storage, and release of essential gas molecules.

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