Turning off growth to make flowers grow
Plants grow less in hotter temperatures
The regeneration of a cell depends on where it is positioned
Sound changes the way rodents sense touch
Nuclear events make a flower bloom
I will drink to that
Plant polymers do not always act together to make beautiful shapes
Mice need a clutch to smell
How axons change chemical cues to mechanical force
Axons grip and slip their way around the brain.
Plants fix DNA differently from animals.
Light determines the genes that function in plant growth.
Auxin tells the stem cells to stop growing and the gynoecium to start forming in flowers.
Plant cells survive but stop dividing upon DNA damage.
Successful development of "glowing petunias" introducing improved fluorescent protein genes.
Regulatory roles for allergic inflammation in lung.
Elucidating the detailed mechanisms of motor protein SecDF in protein translocation across the membrane.
Fission yeast sheds light on how cancer-causing protein becomes activated.
Discovery of the sex determination gene in Asparagus officinalis
Elucidation of a mechanism regulating active cell detachment from the plant root tip
High-affinity monoclonal IgA regulates gut microbiota and prevents colitis in mice
Discovery of a key regulator of plant germ cell formation
Discovery of the gene controlling toxic constituents in 'green tomatoes'
Danger peptide receptor signaling in plants ensures basal immunity upon pathogen-induced depletion of BAK1
Crystal Structures of SecYEG in Lipidic Cubic Phase Elucidate a Precise Resting and a Peptide-Bound State
Plants find their own pollen via the neural-transmission-like signaling transduction system
The mechanism of the force generation for axon outgrowth
Novel protein transport mechanism for axon outgrowth
Clarifying the Mechanism of Protein Insertion into the Cytoplasmic Membrane.
Entire suite of recognition molecules to select unrelated mates have been identified in Petunia.
Aacquisition of a programmed cell death system was the key to plants coming ashore!
Structure of the human Cereblon-DDB1-lenalidomide complex reveals basis for responsiveness to thalidomide analogs
Two NAIST researchers featured in "Highly Cited Researchers 2014"
Cytokinins control endcycle on set by promoting the expression of an APC/C activator in Arabidopsis roots
Structural and functional analysis of the yeast N-acetyltransferase Mpr1 involved in oxidative stress tolerance via proline metabolism
An OsCEBiP/OsCERK1-OsRacGEF1-OsRac1 Module Is an Essential Early Component of Chitin-Induced Rice Immunity
Synthesis of very-long-chain fatty acids in the epidermis controls plant organ growth by restricting cell proliferation
Endoplasmic reticulum stress sensor plays an important role in the production of mucin that protects the colonic mucosa
Mechanism for signal-force transduction in axon outgrowth
Mechanism mediating plasma membrane expansion for axon outgrowth
Dr. Berry Juliandi, NAIST alumni from Bogor Agricultural University Indonesia, has been selected as a Kavli Frontier of Science Fellows by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences
Treatment of spinal cord injury by transplantation of human neuroepithelial-like stem cells derived from iPS cell
A new player for DNA demethylation and genomic imprinting in plants
Discovery of a gene that can reprogram somatic plant cells to early embryonic status
Mechanism for fine-tuning of the biological clock that controls animal development
Mobile small RNA as a means to sense cell-cell distance and control cell differentiation status
Professor Yoshiko Takahashi (Graduate School of Biological Sciences) contributed an editorial to Science magazine
Programmed induction of endoreduplication by DNA damage in plants
Prof. Akiho Yokota (Graduate School of Biological Sciences) received the Prizes for Science and Technology (Research Category) by MEXT on April 11, 2011.
Prof. Ko Shimamoto (Graduate School of Biological Sciences) received the Prizes for Science and Technology (Research Category) by MEXT on April 11, 2011.
Novel Non-Self Recognition System That Prevents Inbreeding in Solanaceous Plants
Master Regulators of Nicotine Biosynthesis Discovered in Tobacco -Applications anticipated to boost productivity of useful plant-derived natural products-
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