8 Mar 2016
The Information Processing Biology Unit studies the nematode C. elegans for clues about how animals sense and respond to their environment. March 2016 Information Processing Biology Unit (Professor...
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29 Oct 2015
“This ‘rotation model’, which made the cover of BioEssays, represents a true paradigm shift in the...
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Ligand binding process
29 Oct 2015
The “rotation model”: Ligand binding to the extracellular part of the receptor induces rotation of the receptor’s transmembrane region inside the cell membrane, and in doing so, regulates its...
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29 Oct 2015
The September cover of BioEssays featuring an image illustrating the Prof. Maruyama’s “rotation model”
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The original sketch illustrating the “rotation model”
29 Oct 2015
The original sketch illustrating the “rotation model”
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Prof. Maruyama
29 Oct 2015
Prof. Maruyama next to the original sketch for his “rotation model”.
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17 Mar 2014
Toshihiro Sassa and Takashi Murayama, two of the paper’s authors with their award for the Plenary Article.
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17 Mar 2014
The tiny worm C. elegans.  Photo courtesy of Wormatlas.
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17 Mar 2014
C. elegans with a green fluorescent protein (GFP) marker in the ASH neuron, the neuron that senses high pH. 
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10 May 2013
In a recent paper published in Current Biology, Professor Ichiro Maruyama, head of the...
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pH Values of Common Substances
9 May 2013
Credit: Edward Stevens, Wikimedia Commons
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C. elegans
9 May 2013
In a recent paper published in Current Biology, Professor Ichiro Maruyama, head of the Information Processing Biology Unit at OIST, and colleagues have uncovered the molecular and cellular mechanisms...
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