Figure 1. Relationship between corals and Symbiodinium in the supergroups of eukaryotes
11 Jul 2013
The Marine Genomics Unit of OIST has decoded the genome of the algae Symbiodinium minutum. The paper was...
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11 Jul 2013
The Marine Genomics Unit of OIST has decoded the genome of the algae Symbiodinium minutum. The paper was published in the...
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21 Jun 2013
Many organisms rely on symbiotic relationships, in which two species rely on each other for survival and one lives inside the other. But mealybugs, often regarded as pests since they feed on plant...
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18 Jun 2013
Mealybugs, often regarded as pests since they feed on plant juices, survive on a tripartite symbiotic relationship that resembles a Russian doll. Source: Cell Volume 153 Issue 7, photo by Alex Wild...
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29 May 2013
Two recent events at the University underlined OIST’s ambition to spread scientific ideas and concepts to the population of Okinawa and all staff at the University.  On Saturday 25 May, 350...
Type: News Article
29 May 2013
Featured on the cover of Developmental Cell, a paper by OIST researchers revealed the mechanistic link between photoreceptor cell degeneration and defects in protein transport. Like the shipment of...
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BNip1 Links Photoreceptor Apoptosis and Protein Transport Defects
23 May 2013
The process by which a vesicle fuses to a membrane within a cell is moderated by a group of proteins called the SNARE complex. When one SNARE protein on the surface of a vesicle meets the three other...
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Professor Masai and Dr. Nishiwaki
23 May 2013
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Zebrafish (Danio rerio)
23 May 2013
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