Found 776 articles associated to the institution RIKEN.
All in the timing12-June-2009
Knocking out a clock gene in plant cells interrupts mitochondrial function and energy release
Combining organic molecules and metal elements to explore a new chemistry12-June-2009
This article gives an overview about research combining organic substances and base metals such as zinc to create molecules with properties equivalent to those of precious metals, or molecules that can cause completely new chemical reactions.
Shaping the matrix5-June-2009
A mesh-like structure formed by two synaptic scaffolding proteins controls the shape and protein make-up of the synapse
Organic lighting offers a bright future5-June-2009
New phosphorescent complexes improve manufacturing of high-efficiency light sources
A matter of taste29-May-2009
A well-tuned sense of taste is about far more than being able to enjoy a fancy dinner—it represents a key survival mechanism, helping animals to rapidly identify potential food sources as tasty or toxic. A combination of computational and experimental techniques helps researchers to identify a gene involved in taste bud development
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