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Comparison of galactolipid biosynthetic pathways in cyanobacteria, red algae, and green plants. The mgdE gene encodes the epimerase that catalyzes the conversion of glucolipids (GlcDG) to galactolipids (MGDG). Only cyanobacteria have this gene. In contrast, in red algae and green plants, MGDG is directly synthesized by transfer of galactose to diacylglycerol. © 2014 Naoki Sato. #UTokyoResearch

Comparison of galactolipid biosynthetic pathways in cyanobacteria, red algae, and green plants. The mgdE gene encodes the epimerase that catalyzes the conversion of glucolipids (GlcDG) to galactolipids (MGDG). Only cyanobacteria have this gene. In contrast, in red algae and green plants, MGDG is directly synthesized by transfer of galactose to diacylglycerol. © 2014 Naoki Sato. #UTokyoResearch

The signaling pathway of defense response against blast fungus in rice. The OsMKK4-OsMPK3/OsMPK6 cascade regulates transactivation activity of OsWRKY53, and overexpression of the phospho-mimic mutant of OsWRKY53 leads to activation of a defense response against the blast fungus in rice plants. © 2014 Kazunori Okada. #UTokyoResearch

The signaling pathway of defense response against blast fungus in rice. The OsMKK4-OsMPK3/OsMPK6 cascade regulates transactivation activity of OsWRKY53, and overexpression of the phospho-mimic mutant of OsWRKY53 leads to activation of a defense response against the blast fungus in rice plants. © 2014 Kazunori Okada. #UTokyoResearch

The difference between experimental value (blue) and prediction (green) by a quadratic function increases with the increase of X-ray pulse energy. The simulation (red) taking into account the destruction process of the sample can predict the experimental results. © Kenji Tamasaku (RIKEN). #UTokyoResearch

The difference between experimental value (blue) and prediction (green) by a quadratic function increases with the increase of X-ray pulse energy. The simulation (red) taking into account the destruction process of the sample can predict the experimental results. © Kenji Tamasaku (RIKEN). #UTokyoResearch

A proposed model for the sex determination pathway in the silkworm Bombyx mori. The 29-base piRNA acts as a switch setting the insect’s sex to female, switching off the masculinizing gene Masc. © 2014 Munetaka Kawamoto. #UTokyoResearch

A proposed model for the sex determination pathway in the silkworm Bombyx mori. The 29-base piRNA acts as a switch setting the insect’s sex to female, switching off the masculinizing gene Masc. © 2014 Munetaka Kawamoto. #UTokyoResearch

New organizational principle of brain’s internal representation of external world: Precursor-code creation and proliferation in neuronal representation. © Yasushi Miyashita. #UTokyoResearch

New organizational principle of brain’s internal representation of external world: Precursor-code creation and proliferation in neuronal representation. © Yasushi Miyashita. #UTokyoResearch

In vivo mRNA introduction into central nervous system. © Satoshi Uchida et al. #UTokyoResearch

In vivo mRNA introduction into central nervous system. © Satoshi Uchida et al. #UTokyoResearch

Novel phosphoserine phosphatases. #UTokyoResearch

Novel phosphoserine phosphatases. #UTokyoResearch

Analysis of sensitivity control through signal transduction. #UTokyoResearch

Analysis of sensitivity control through signal transduction. #UTokyoResearch

Chemotropic thermophilic bacteria isolated from Champagne Pool, NZ, live @70°C and use sulfur compounds instead of sunlight to metabolize carbon dioxide.

Chemotropic thermophilic bacteria isolated from Champagne Pool, NZ, live @70°C and use sulfur compounds instead of sunlight to metabolize carbon dioxide.

γ-glutamyl carboxylase (Ggcx) is an enzyme on the endoplasmic reticulum. Ggcx is responsible for a protein modification process called γ-carboxylation and the modified protein is called the ‘Gla’ protein. Vitamin K is required for this process. The mice lacking Ggcx in the liver displayed bleeding diathesis and their life span was shorter than normal mice. The decrease of life span was more evident in male mice. © Kotaro Azuma and Satoshi Inoue. #UTokyoResearch

γ-glutamyl carboxylase (Ggcx) is an enzyme on the endoplasmic reticulum. Ggcx is responsible for a protein modification process called γ-carboxylation and the modified protein is called the ‘Gla’ protein. Vitamin K is required for this process. The mice lacking Ggcx in the liver displayed bleeding diathesis and their life span was shorter than normal mice. The decrease of life span was more evident in male mice. © Kotaro Azuma and Satoshi Inoue. #UTokyoResearch

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