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Biotechnology
As of Jun 24, 2018
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U879
06/22/2018

Lipid-Sensitive EndosomolyticPeptide for Cytosolic Antibody Delivery Kyoto University   Novel peptides that achieve efficient delivery of high-molecular-weight antibodies/proteins into cytoplasm
U881
06/22/2018

New method for objective and quantitative measurement of kinetic vision Kyoto University   Quantitatively estimates kinetic vision based on reflexive eye movement responding to stimuli called ocular following responses (OFRs)
U890
06/22/2018

Pluripotent stem cell and embryonic stem cell culture media with high stability Kyoto University   Xeno-/feeder-free cell culture media suitable for most major cell lines including 201B7, 253G1 and KhES-1
U874
06/21/2018

Novel Compound that Protects Graft Cells from Anoikis and Promotes Infiltration Kyoto University   For the improvement of transplantation efficacy by preventing graft cell detachment and promoting infiltration of such cells
U872
06/21/2018

Cell Cycle Progression Inhibitor Targeting PHB2for Pancreatic Cancer Treatment Kyoto University   Small molecule inhibiting the cancer-associated transcription factor Hes1 via the prohibitin2 (PHB2) chaperone
U875
06/21/2018

NewMethodforHepatocyteDifferentiationfromHumanPluripotentStemCells Kyoto University   AnefficientandrobustcelldifferentiationmethodforhumanEP/iPScellsintohepatocyte-likecellswhichthencanbematuredintofunctionalhepatocytesusinganovelmicrofluidic3Dcellculturesystem.
U870
06/21/2018

Appetite suppressing peptide derived from milk protein Kyoto University   Prevents overeating by suppressing secretion of ghrelin, appetite-promoting endogenous hormone
U514
05/11/2012
Collagen scaffolding with high regenerative and repairing effects Akira Nakata et al.(Kyoto University) 2011-187228 have developed porous collagen materials that is strong enough to be used as scaffoldings in the body and also has high affinity for body tissues.
U149
01/16/2009
Novel screening method for transgenic plant without antibiotics Ikuko Nishimura JP 2008140083 (5/28/2008)