15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
The scientists and staff who have worked hard for the OIST antibody test. From left, Dr. Tae Gyun Kim, Christian Butcher, Noriko Shibata, Dr. Melissa Matthews, Dr. Satoshi Shibata, and Prof. Matthias...
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15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
This research showed that the ancestors of Acropora corals diverged from other corals around 120 million years ago and the Acropora genus gained 28 additional gene families before it underwent...
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15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Dr. Melissa Matthews prepares 3D-printed tube racks made by the Engineering Support Section. These are used for sample transfer.
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15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
When a person is infected with a virus, their immune system makes antibodies, which help the body to fight the virus. The piece of the virus that the antibody attaches to is called an antigen. For...
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15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
The 18 coral species that had their genome sequenced as part of this research. A-O are the 15 species from the Acropora genus, whereas P-R are the other three species. 
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15 Oct 2020 - 00:00
In step one, which used one part of the spike protein – the receptor-binding-domain (RBD) – 63 OIST samples were above the threshold, indicating that their sera contained antibodies that recognized...
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Mathematics is everywhere. It’s hidden in the patterns we observe across the world – from the stripes of a zebra to the constellations of stars to the web of a spider. It also inhabits actions and...
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Professor Daniel Spector in his office at OIST.
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Professor Spector is interested in the properties of magnets and how this relates to electrical fields and currents. 
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Professor Spector demonstrates the relationship between magnets and electricity.
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Professor Spector is interested in the properties of magnets and how this relates to electrical fields and currents. 
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12 Oct 2020 - 00:00
Professor Spector demonstrates the relationship between magnets and electricity.
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