Graduate School of Frontier Sciences  PROSPECTUS
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Faculty Members
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Transdisciplinary Sciences
Advanced Materials Science
Advanced Energy
Complexity Science and Engineering
Biosciences
Integrated Biosciences
Computational Biology and Medical Sciences
Environmental Studies
Natural Environmental Studies
Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment
Environment Systems
Human and Engineered Environmental Sudies
Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies
International Studies
Graduate Program in Sustainability Science - Global Leafdership Initiative
Facilities
Reseaerch Center for Total Life Health and Sports Sciences
Center for Omics and Bioinformatics
Bioimaging Center
Functional Proteomics Center
TJCC(UTokyo-JAXA Center for Composites)
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Functional Proteomics Center

 Working together to build the foundation for drug discovery
The Functional Proteomics Center (FPXC) aims to develop technologies for efficient discovery of protein function-controlling low molecular weight compounds by combining elemental technologies in leading-edge protein functional analysis and by creating new protein functional analysis technologies, and to apply those technologies to various targets. The FPXC pursues research that integrates target identification, protein production, interaction analysis, low molecular weight screening, informatics-based interaction prediction, and so forth, and plans to engage in research and development
of equipment and informatics methodologies that can increase analysis throughput and lower costs. In addition to conducting basic research, the FPXC is looking to become directly involved in the drug discovery process by coordinating research with equipment manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and biotech firms.

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