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Toward the realization of experimental systems biology at the organism level

With our members from different backgrounds, we would like to realize experimental systems biology at the organism level. To this end, we are using the mammalian circadian clock as a model system, and planning multi-scale research activities covering a series of length scales; molecule-to-cell, cell-to-tissue, and tissue-to-organism. On each layer, we would like to solve at least one fundamental question.
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2014/12/30 Dr. Hiroki R. Ueda talked on his hopes in 2015 on Nature.
2014/12/30 Tissue-clearing techniques such as CUBIC were selected as Methods of the year 2014 ("Methods to watch") by Nature Method.
The interview of Dr. Hiroki R. Ueda was here.
The article on Methods of the year 2014 was here.
2014/12/17 “Transparent mouse” by CUBIC technology from our lab (published on Cell, November 6th) was selected as “Images of the year 2014”.
2014/11/7 Publishing research results concerning“Whole-body imaging with single-cell resolution by tissue-decolorization”
2014/9/16 Publishing research results concerning“A Mammalian Circadian Clock Model Incorporating Daytime Expression Elements”
2014/08/21 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
2014/08/8 “Tokyo Translational Therapeutics Meeting: Homeodynamics in Clocks, Sleep and Metabolism” will be held on September 24, 2014.”
2014/04/18 Publishing research results concerning“Whole-brain imaging with single-cell resolution using chemical cocktails and computational analysis”
2014/03/20 Publishing research results concerning“Non-Enzymatic DNA Cleavage Reaction Induced by 5-Ethynyluracil in Methylamine Aqueous Solution and Application to DNA Concatenation”
2013/07/04 Publishing research results concerning a robust and reproducible approach for surveying the mRNA content of individual cells.
2012/10/19 Publishing research results concerning a generic mathematical model for post-translational biochemical oscillations.
2012/08/28 Publishing research results concerning a convenient, non-invasive method for calculating body time in humans
2011/08/12 Publishing research results concerning comprehensive gene expression data of the adult mouse brain
2011/08/05 Publishing research results concerning perturbation analyses of intermolecular interactions
2011/05/10 Project Leader Hiroki R. Ueda has recently published a review in Nature Reviews Genetics.
2011/03/10 Rikuhiro Yamada (Special Postdoctoral Researcher) and Maki Ukai-Tadenuma (Technical Staff) are awarded RIKEN Research and Technology Incentive Awards respectively for their achievement in elucidation of a design principle in the circadian transcriptional network.
2011/02/04 Project Leader Hiroki R. Ueda wins JSPS Prize
2009/11/10 Team Leader Wins The 23rd Japan IBM Science Prize.
2009/10/28 Dr. Yoichi Minami Wins poster awards for the 16th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for Chronobiology.
2009/09/01 Announcement of research results concerning “Central gears of the mammalian circadian clock exposed ”
2008/10/25 Announcement of research results concerning “PEPCA”
2008/09/30 Announcement of research results concerning “Principles proven: Transcriptional logic of the mammalian biological clock”
2008/09/24 Announcement of research results concerning “New-found control principles for biological clocks”
2008/06/25 The 17th CDB Meeting “Towards Synthesis of Cells”
2008/04/30 Notification of FPR Recruitment
2008/03/26 Announcement of research results concerning “spring hormone”
2007/12/11 Our laboratory is introduced by the TV program of NHK in 11th December.
2007/11/07 Team Leader Wins Chronobiology Prize
2007/10/21 Announcement of research results concerning ”singularity behavior”
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