7 Nov 2018
Researchers in the Micro/Bio/Nanofluids Unit capture snapshots of flowing fluid by seeding it with tracer particles, as depicted here. Each image is captured at a different moment in time, so the...
Type: Photo
7 Nov 2018
This phase diagram summarizes results from a study by the Micro/Bio/Nanofluids Unit on the flow of viscoelastic fluids over wavy surfaces. The flow patterns depend on fluid elasticity (encapsulated...
Type: Photo
1 Nov 2018
The Marine Genomics Units teamed with researchers at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology to decode the striped catfish’s entire genome. Their results, published October 5, 2018, in...
Type: Media Links
30 Oct 2018
An international team of researchers at OIST and University of Otago have used the Nobel-winning cryo-electron microscopy method to reconstruct the structure of Seneca Valley virus, abbreviated...
Type: Media Links
30 Oct 2018
Seneca Valley Virus sounds like the last bug you’d want to catch, but it could be the next breakthrough cancer therapy. Now, scientists at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) and...
Type: Press release
30 Oct 2018
An international team of researchers at OIST and University of Otago have used the Nobel-winning cryo-electron microscopy method to reconstruct the structure of Seneca Valley virus, abbreviated...
Type: Video
23 Oct 2018
Prof. Matthias Wolf co-senior authored the first study to detail how the Seneca Valley Virus interacts with its preferred receptor on tumors, ANTXR1.
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23 Oct 2018
The Marine Genomics Units constructed hypothetical chromosome map for the striped catfish based on existing data from channel catfish. They predict that over 50 percent of gene locations are...
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23 Oct 2018
The Marine Genomics Unit determined that the striped catfish lost the ability to make the vertebrate sunscreen compound gadusol (a) due to losing the EEVS and MT-Ox genes from its genome (b). These...
Type: Photo
23 Oct 2018
Researchers from the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology worked with OIST researchers to decode the striped catfish genome. Co-first author Phuong T. Nguyen is pictured on the far right and co-...
Type: Photo
23 Oct 2018
(Left to right) Koki Nishitsuji, Kanako Hisata, Eiichi Shoguchi, Jun Inoue, and Prof. Nori Satoh of the Marine Genomics Unit stand in front of Lab 1 at OIST.
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23 Oct 2018
The striped catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus makes its home in the legendary Mekong River, the longest river in Southeast Asia and largest inland fishery in the world . Vietnam stands as the...
Type: News Article
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