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25 Mar, 2020, 14:16 GMT Juntendo University Research: A New Combination Therapy is Effective in Treating a Rare Blood Cancer Cell Type

In a collaborative study published in Blood Advances, a research group led by Beate Heissig at Juntendo University and Yousef Salama at An Najah...


13 Feb, 2020, 07:21 GMT Juntendo University Research: Light-activated Protein Treats Parkinson's Disease in a Fly Model

A light-sensitive protein can restore mitochondria function in fruit flies bearing a gene mutation associated with Parkinson's disease and relieve...


09 Sep, 2019, 10:08 BST Juntendo University Research: IPS Based Approach for Treating Virus-induced Tumors

In a recent study published in the journal Haematologica, researchers at Juntendo University used stem cell technology to produce immune cells with...


04 Dec, 2018, 06:16 GMT Juntendo University Research: Omega-3 Fatty Acids Suppress Allergic Conjunctivitis Symptoms

Researchers at Juntendo University report in the FASEB Journal that a diet based on omega-3 fatty acids alleviates allergic conjunctivitis in mice....


19 Sep, 2018, 15:26 BST Juntendo University Research: The Genetics of Muscle Injuries

To test whether sex-related genetic polymorphisms are associated with muscle injury and stiffness, Noriyuki Fuku from Juntendo University and...


27 Jun, 2018, 09:38 BST Juntendo University Research: Mutant Chaperone Molecule Triggers Cancer

Researchers at Juntendo University report in the journal Leukemia how mutants of the protein calreticulin lead to molecular mechanisms triggering...


23 Apr, 2018, 04:43 BST Juntendo University Research: Malaria in Africa is Developing Resistance to Drugs

Annual deaths from malaria are decreasing, but the disease is still a global health problem, with 216 million new cases estimated in 2016 alone, with ...