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Clarification of dynamic biological systems

In recent years, advances in fields such as biochemistry, molecular biology, and structural biology have led to rapid developments in the biological sciences. For the most part, such research has focused on the individual elements that constitute a biological system. To truly understand such systems, however, it is important to study the complex spatiotemporal relationships that exist between these elements, as these relationships are crucial for the dynamic systems that are required for life... read more >>

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Dec 17, 2014   [Press release]

Predicting antibiotic resistance new

The latest results by QBiC's Furusawa team were published in "Nature Communications".

Nov 7, 2014   [Press release]

Images of a nearly invisible mouse

Recent results by Kazuki Tainaka (Hiroki Ueda group) were published in "Cell."

May 27, 2014

New glass-based pumps for lab-on-chip technology

Recent results by QBiC's Yo Tanaka were published.

May 26, 2014

Discovery of an on-off switch for the immune response

A collaboration work between RIKEN IMS and QBiC was published in Science.

May 23, 2014

A clearer picture of brain circuitry

The Hiroki Ueda group was featured in RIKEN Research.

May 8, 2014

Seeing the big picture in cells

QBiC's perspective was featured in RIKEN Research.

Apr 18, 2014   [Press release]

Rapid whole-brain imaging with single cell resolution

The latest results by the Hiroki Ueda group were published in Cell.

Apr 8, 2014

Transcriptional oscillation functions as a development timer

QBiC researcher Tetsuya Muramoto contributed to a paper published in Science.

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