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    Nucleic Acid Regulation (Yoshindo) Joint Research Division

    Professor WATANABE Hajime   Specially Appointed Professor WADA Tadashi   Visiting Academic Staff MAKADO Gouki
    The Nucleic Acid Regulation (Yoshindo) Joint Research Division carries out a cooperative research between Professor Watanabe at Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University and Yoshindo Inc. to produce novel nucleic acid based-medicines. We are going to create new drugs showing reduced side effects by using model animals of human diseases to evaluate drug-candidates.

    Cell Manufacturing Systems Engineering (Healios) Joint Research Chair

    Professor KINO-OKA Masahiro   Guest Associate Professor SAWADA Masanori   Visiting Researcher INAMORI Masakazu
    We are developing aseptic cell manufacturing process using isolator for iPS cell-derived products including retinal pigment epithelial cells. Development of suitable operation methods and items for isolator enables better reproducibility leading to stable quality of cell products. We also focus on expansion of production scale and automated manufacturing systems.

    Osaka University Shimadzu Analytical Innovation Research Laboratory

    Professor FUKUSAKI Eiichiro   Professor KINO-OKA Masahiro   Professor FUJIYAMA Kazuhito   Associate Professor SHIMMA Shuichi   Visiting Professor IIDA Jyunko   Visiting Researcher HATTORI Takanari   Visiting Professor BAMBA Takeshi   Visiting Researcher TSUGAWA Hiroshi
    Metabolomics, which is the comprehensive analysis of metabolic products generated within organisms, is the newest "omic" field created within post-genomic sciences. Metabolomics has attracted considerable interest as a promising means of understanding fundamental biology and elucidating the function of genes with unknown functions. Therefore, we are developing new technologies for metabolomic data analysis systems and researching new operating methods.


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