8 Jun 2011
These movies show what happens inside fission yeast cells as they divide. Before the cell divides, the chromosomes are duplicated, and then the microtubules -- the green lines in the video - move the...
Type: Video
13 May 2011
By Micheal E. Cooper Glucose as a source of energy is centrally important to our understanding of life. Human body cells take the glucose from blood to make energy. The glucose content of human...
Type: News Article
2 May 2011
Fission yeast (Schizosaccharomyces pombe) cells growing and dividing regularly in a culture medium, the glucose concentration of which is similar to that of human blood (4.4 mmol/L). Glucose as a...
Type: Video
3 Dec 2010
Dr. Kojiro Takeda, Group Leader of the G0 Cell Unit, has been granted FY2010 research funding from Astellas Foundation for Research on...
Type: News Article
27 Sep 2010
- PRESS RELEASE -     OIST Principal Investigator Dr. Mitsuhiro Yanagida to Become an Honorary Fellow of the Society of Biology  ...
Type: Press release
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