Integrated Biosciences

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Evolution of the primate glutamate taste sensor from a nucleotide sensor 2021:08:27:10:31:06
Summary Taste perception plays an essential role in food selection. Umami (savory) tastes are sensed by a taste receptor complex, T1R1/T1R3,...
 
2021/08/27
A corset function of exoskeletal ECM promotes body elongation in Drosophila 2021:01:25:13:00:35
Abstract Body elongation is a general feature of development. Postembryonically, the body needs to be framed and protected by extracellular ...
 
2021/01/25
Genetic switch in UV response of mimicry-related pale-yellow colors in Batesian mimic butterfly, Papilio polytes 2021:01:09:14:09:45
Abstract In a Batesian mimic butterfly Papilio polytes, mimetic females resemble an unpalatable model, Pachliopta aristolochiae, but exhibit...
 
2021/01/09
SADA for high-throughput sorting of large-volume biological compartments 2020:05:30:12:00:00
Abstract Droplet microfluidics has become a powerful tool in precision medicine, green biotechnology, and cell therapy for single-cell anal...
 
2020/05/30
fMRI visualization of learning-related hyper neural activity in Alzheimer's disease mice 2020:03:04:12:00:00
Abstract Alzheimer’s disease (AD), a neurodegenerative disease, causes behavioural abnormalities such as disinhibition, impulsivity, and hy...
 
2020/03/04
2020/02/27
Phase separation organizes the site of autophagosome formation 2020:02:06:12:00:00
Abstract Many biomolecules undergo liquid–liquid phase separation to form liquid-like condensates that mediate diverse cellular functions. ...
 
2020/02/06
Liquidity is a critical determinant for selective autophagy of protein condensates 2020:01:29:12:00:00
Summary Clearance of biomolecular condensates by selective autophagy is thought to play a crucial role in cellular homeostasis. However, th...
 
2020/01/29
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2018/12/27
2018/08/15
2018/08/02
2018/08/02
Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences 2018 2018:04:13:12:00:00
The recipients of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement (Master course 12 students, Doctoral course 11 students) GSFS 2018 were annou...
 
2018/04/13
Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences 2017 2017:03:30:12:00:00
The recipients of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement (Master course 12 students, Doctoral course 12 students)  GSFS 2017 were...
 
2017/03/30
2017/03/14
2017/02/10
2017/01/11
Discovery of mechanism of asymmetric cell division in fertilized egg cells in plants 2016:12:09:12:00:00
An international group of plant biologists have succeeded for the first time in visualizing how egg cells in plants divides unequally (asymm...
 
2016/12/09
2016/12/07
Sperm production induced in female silkworms 2016:11:04:12:00:00
Scientists reveal key gene that determines maleness A group of University of Tokyo researchers and their collaborators embedded a male sex...
 
2016/11/04
New approach to evaluate irradiation effect on whole body 2016:07:05:12:00:00
Analysis of 3,600 serial sections of medaka after local irradiation A University of Tokyo joint research group has developed a method of ap...
 
2016/07/05
2016/06/07
2016/05/16
2016/02/12
2016/02/12
2016/01/12
Effects of space on medaka gene expression 2015:10:16:12:00:00
Stress responses of medaka on the International Space Station A University of Tokyo joint research group analyzed gene expression of medaka...
 
2015/10/16
2015/07/08
2015/07/08
Riddle of mimicry of unpalatable butterfly 2015:04:14:12:00:00
Molecular mechanism of Batesian mimicry in Papilio polytes University of Tokyo researchers have revealed the whole genome sequences of two ...
 
2015/04/14
Medaka as a tool for studying human diversity and evolution 2015:01:16:12:00:00
Trade-off of “mate choice” and “survival” decides a degree of sexual difference   Variations in appearance (such as eye color, hair c...
 
2015/01/16
Mechanisms producing diverse coloration patterns in caterpillars 2014:10:17:12:00:00
Single novel gene apontic-like controls patterns   It is known that eye spots on the larvae of butterflies and moths (caterpillars) f...
 
2014/10/17
The controlling mechanisms of mimicry 2008:03:03:12:00:00
Insects often mimic to other models to protect them from predators or to prey other insects. The studies of mimicry have been carried out ...
 
2008/03/03

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