List of articles on life science

World's first successful formation of human and monkey primordial follicles by in vitro culture Kyoto University

 A group at Kyoto University succeeded in generating primordial follicles, which are the source of eggs, in vitro in humans and cynomolgus monkeys.

Hokkaido University visualizes human fertilization to birth and uses it as a teaching material

 Hokkaido University COI "Food and Health Expert Base" and Hokkaido University COI-NEXT "Heart and Body Life Design Co-creation Base" are broadcast numbers […]

How will the wild rat population change with the simultaneous fruiting of Sasa once every 120 years? Nagoya University

 The effect of Sasa seeds, which are supplied in large quantities at the same time in a cycle of several decades to a hundred and several decades, on the population of wild mice is shown at Nagoya University […].

Birth of offspring by transplantation of reproductive stem cells of dead fish, technological development by Tokyokaiyo University

 A research team led by Assistant Professor Kensuke Ichida of the Institute for Aquatic Reproductive Engineering, Tokyokaiyo University, transplanted reproductive stem cells isolated from dead fish into eggs and sperm […].

Suppression of the biological clock during development is essential for normal fetal growth, elucidated by Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine

 A research group led by Professor Kazuhiro Yagida of Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine has found two biological clocks (segmental clock and biological clock) that appear during fetal development […].

Elucidation of the mechanism by which blood pressure and bone thickness change due to space travel, Tohoku University, etc.

 The group of Associate Professor Norio Suzuki and Professor Masayuki Yamamoto of Tohoku University Graduate School is in collaboration with the Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (JAXA) and the University of Tsukuba […]

Yamanashi University develops technology to store freeze-dried sperm on a sheet, which allows sperm to be sent by postcard

 A research group led by Professor Teruhiko Wakayama, a graduate student at the University of Yamanashi Graduate School, sandwiched freeze-dried mouse sperm in a thin plastic sheet […].

Regeneration of functional ovarian tissue from mouse pluripotent stem cells, Kyushu University and others succeed for the first time in the world

 The research group of Professor Katsuhiko Hayashi of Kyushu University Graduate School, in collaboration with RIKEN, reconstructed ovarian tissue from pluripotent stem cells of mice for the first time in the world […]

Kyoto University elucidates the diversity and functional significance of male copulators of Japanese rats

 Takashi Tanito, a doctoral student at the Graduate School of Kyoto University (DC1 Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) and Masaharu Motokawa, a professor at the Kyoto University Museum, are Japanese mice […]

Concluded a high school cooperation agreement with Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Tokyo Junshin Girls' Junior and Senior High School

 Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Tokyo Junshin Girls' Junior and Senior High School, June 2021, 6 ([…]) with the aim of strengthening cooperation from the perspective of high school connection education.
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