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Found 54 articles associated to the institution Nagoya University.
 
Research Team Sheds Light on "Rightie" or "Leftie" Behavior in a Scale-eating Cichlid
26-February-2016

Scientists based at Nagoya University, Japan, demonstrate the development of behavioral laterality (left-/right-handedness) in a scale-eating cichlid from Africa’s Lake Tanganyika, Perissodus microlepis.

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Genetically Engineered Immune Cell Therapy Found to Boost Survival in Mice with Brain Tumors
24-February-2016

A research team led by Nagoya University, Japan, shows in mice the potential of a special immune cell that targets a key protein in tumor growth that helps stop brain cancer.

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Dopamine Signaling Pathway that Controls Cocaine Reward in Mice Identified
24-February-2016

A research team based at Nagoya University, Japan, has discovered how dopamine controls the brain’s response to cocaine. Findings from this study will reveal new insights into dopamine function in the brain.

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Breakthrough Improves Method for Synthesizing Cyanohydrins as Pharmaceutical Precursors
22-February-2016

A research group led by Dr. Kazuaki Ishihara, a professor at Nagoya University, has established a new method of chemically modifying ketones in a way that ensures that optically active cyanohydrins are obtained, enabling efficient production of pharmaceutical precursors at a high yield and with good selectivity.

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