6 Dec 2018
Prof. Paola Laurino (left) and Dr. Bhanu Pratap Singh Chouhan of the Protein Engineering and Evolution Unit display a typical Rossmann-fold, a common protein fold found in nature.
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12 Nov 2018
Graduate student Han Yan was first author of a paper presenting the first unified theory of half moons and pinch points.
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30 Oct 2018
Dr. Tomoki Tokuda (left) and Prof. Kenji Doya (right), the OIST scientists involved in this study.
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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
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-...
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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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18 Oct 2018
Researchers Dr. Bill Söderström (right) and co-author Dr. Helena Chan (left) in their microscopy lab, analyzing a bacterial Z-ring.  
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18 Oct 2018
What do watermelons and bacteria have in common? Just like the tasty fruit, microbes can be molded into unusual shapes, a study in...
Type: News Article
18 Oct 2018
Researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have for the first time imaged the structure of a central component of...
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18 Oct 2018
Left: Dr. Yukihiko Sugita in front of his desk at the current affiliation, Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University. Right: Prof Matthias Wolf with a Cryo-EM microscope at OIST.  ...
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27 Aug 2018
At OIST, scientists are looking at the tiniest creatures to unlock the secrets of biology. In part one of this three-part series, we follow one scientist to uncover the hidden world of plankton.
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27 Aug 2018
At OIST, scientists are looking at the tiniest creatures to unlock the secrets of biology. In part two of this three-part series, we meet the Oiks, tiny creatures that have a deep link to all the...
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