How do chromosomes divide?

In a body, every single cell has the same number of chromosomes. This is because when a cell divides, the replicated chromatids are equally segregated into daughter cells. But, the first meiotic division is a clear exception. This division segregates maternal and paternal chromosomes for production of eggs and sperms, which are the origin of a new life. What is the story behind this division?

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11 March, 2019

Lab Ski Trip

We went skiing to Hachi Kogen Ski resort again with family and members of other teams. We enjoyed skiing and a hot spring.


5 March, 2019

A new paper from a collaborative research

A new paper from a collaborative research with Dr. Nakamura and Yoshimori (Osaka University) has been published.


25 December, 2018

MBSJ 2018

Shuhei Yoshida and Sui Nishiyama attended MBSJ 2018 (the 41th Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan) held in Yokohama from 28-30 Nov., 2018 and presented their researches.




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25 Mar.-27 Mar., 2019

BDR Symposium 2019

11-13 Apr, 2019

TT2019 Hands-on Workshop

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