• Cell Dynamics Research Core
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  • Cell Design Research Core
  • Dynamic Biological Systems Collaborations Program

Seminar & Event More activities

Aug 30, 2016  【QBiC Seminar】  new

Sadao Ota  (Tokyo University)

Imagining beyond imaging

Sep 5 - 7, 2016  [QBiC Symposium 2016] 

Decoding Organisms by Quantitative Cell Profiling new

News & Articles More news

Jun 10, 2016

Measuring body time

MS-QBiC, the new protein quantitation method, speeds up production of a molecular timetable.

Jun 7, 2016

Ultrathin flexible glass device

Flexible glass fluidic devices as thin as just one cell created in the Laboratory for Integrated Biodevice.

May 31, 2016   [Press release]

A jolt from the blue: Rays provide power for an electric generator

QBiC's Yo Tanaka and his collaborators applied the principle used by the fish to make a breakthrough power generator.

May 27, 2016

Listening to the noise

David Priest of QBiC's Laboratory for Single Cell Gene Dynamics featured in RIKEN Research.

Apr 25, 2016

Worm sperm have new tricks

A new mechanism for sperm to activate an egg.

Apr 18, 2016

How chemotactic cells extend the response range

A newly identified G protein shuttling mechanism controls chemotaxis at high concentrations of chemoattractant.

Apr 14, 2016

Database integration accelerates data-driven quantitative biology

Just as physicists understand the universe by calculation, biologists understand life by calculation. Well not quite ...

Mar 18, 2016   [Press release]

Brain calcium controls how long we sleep

The Hiroki Ueda lab published new results in Neuron.

Jan 8, 2016   [Press release]

Snappy Sleep Stager system identifies gene related to shorter sleep

Researchers in QBiC Cell Design Research core published a new paper in Cell Reports.

Oct 21, 2015

First glimpses of motor proteins in action

QBiC researcher Tomohiro Shima contributed to a work published in "Nature Communications" recently.

Oct 20, 2015

Aging blood cells grow “freckles”

Freckles on the surface of cells could be the sign of aging. Researchers in QBiC showed how these spots are formed ...

Sep 15, 2015

QBiC Symposium 2015: LET'S MAKE NOISE!

The first of an annual Symposium series kicks off.

Aug 28, 2015   [Press release]

Getting a picture of the molecules in a cell in just minutes

A single cell analysis method developed by QBiC Masujima team was published in "Nature Protocols."

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