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Scientists Discover a Novel Natural Dye for Screening Cell Viability

Synthetic dyes are commonly used to assess the toxicity of chemical compounds in cell cultures. However, these dyes damage cells, rendering the cultures useless...

New Compound from Blueberries Could Treat Inflammatory Disorders

Recently, a team of researchers of the Tokyo University of Science has discovered a polyphenolic compound derived from blueberry that shows remarkable immunosuppressive effects...

In Ancient Giant Viruses Lies the Truth Behind Evolution of Nucleus...

Giant viruses, like the recently discovered medusavirus, may hold the key to deciphering the evolutionary mystery of the eukaryotic nucleus. An exchange of genetic material...

A New Way of Modulating Color Emissions from Transparent Films

In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have found a peculiar but simple route for tuning the color of emissions from a transparent membrane: the proton...

Novel Alkaline Hydrogel Advances Skin Wound Care

Scientists, including an undergraduate student, have developed a novel method to produce an alkaline hydrogel that could be applied to healing wounds better Effective wound...

Tracing the Cosmic Origin of Complex Organic Molecules with Their Radiofrequency...

Scientists in Japan have confirmed the presence of acetonitrile in a distant interstellar gas cloud using a radio telescope. The origin of life on Earth...

New Study Shows How Infrared Lasers Destroy Harmful Protein Aggregates in...

A research team led by Dr Takayasu Kawasaki (IR-FEL Research Center, Tokyo University of Science, Japan) and Dr Phuong H. Nguyen (Centre National de...

TUS Scientists Develop a Novel Material for Observation of the Quantum...

A new insight by Tokyo University of Science researchers into the spin behavior in an exotic state of matter puts us closer to next-generation...

How the Regulator is Regulated: Insight into immune-related protein holds therapeutic...

Tokyo University of Science researchers have unraveled how the immune checkpoint protein PD-L2 is regulated. This has potential implications in immune therapy. Various proteins expressed...

“Love Hormone” Oxytocin Could Be Used to Treat Cognitive Disorders Like...

A recent breakthrough study by scientists from Japan, led by Professor Akiyoshi Saitoh from the Tokyo University of Science, shows that oxytocin—the hormone that...

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