24 Aug 2018
Red microbeads indicate the flow of food particles into the digestive tract of the tunicate Ciona intestinalis Type A.
Type: Video
24 Aug 2018
This diagram shows the different gut structures of animal groups, from the all-chitin gut barriers of arthropods, to the mucous based immunity of mammals. Transitional forms can be seen in “lower”...
Type: Photo
24 Aug 2018
A new Nature Communications paper has journeyed to the inside of our insides, as a team from the Okinawa Institute of...
Type: Press release
24 Aug 2018
This diagram shows the different gut structures of animal groups, from the all-chitin gut barriers of arthropods, to the mucous based immunity of mammals. Transitional forms can be seen in “lower”...
Type: Photo
24 Aug 2018
From left to right: Ms. Sakura Kikuchi, Dr. Keisuke Nakashima & Prof. Noriyuki Satoh (leader of OIST’s Marine Genomics Unit)
Type: Photo
26 Jul 2018
It is more likely that you have seen a habu snake in a bottle of local rice liquor Awamori, in Okinawa, than that you’ve spotted one slithering by the wayside.  Even so, habus are very common in...
Type: Press release
25 Jul 2018
Members of the OIST Marine Genomics Unit and the DNA Sequencing Section were a part of this collaborative study. From left to right: Professor Nori Satoh, Ms. Kanako Hisata, Dr. Ryo Koyanagi, Mr....
Type: Photo
25 Jul 2018
The Okinawan habu is endemic to the Ryukyu islands of Japan. It is the longest and the most venomous of the three habu species found in the region.
Type: Photo
25 Jul 2018
The Okinawan Habu can produce a large amount of venom. The venom is hemotoxic and destroys the blood cells and tissues of the prey.
Type: Photo
17 May 2018
The coral farm at Onna, with growing Acropora coral
Type: Photo
17 May 2018
A coral nursery in Maeganeku, Okinawa. Corals are maintained on metal posts.
Type: Photo
17 May 2018
Dr. Yuna Zayasu (right) with co-author Prof. Noriuki Satoh (left)
Type: Photo
Subscribe to Marine Genomics Unit (Noriyuki Satoh)