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Machine learning measures drug toxicity


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INFORMATION

2017.10.20
Lecture
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture at working group hosted by Japan Multiplex bio-Analysis Consortium (JMAC). New!

2017.10.17
Class
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture on 'Bioinformatics Theory' at Multimedia lecture room, Graduate School and Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University. New!

2017.9.15
Presentation
Ms. Taniyama gave an oral presentation at The 89th Annual Meeting of the Genetics Society of Japan. [Title]Epigenetic analysis of cellular individual differences by single-cell methylome analysis New!

2017.9.8
Press
A contributed article written by Mr. Takahashi(D2) was published in Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IGAKU NO AYUMI).
[Title] Toxicity prediction system by machine learning with ES cells and gene networks New!

2017.9.6
Accepted
Co-authored paper with Miyagi Cancer Center was Accepted in Scientific Reports.
[Title] Long non-coding RNA HOTAIR promotes cell migration by upregulating insulin growth factor-binding protein 2 in renal cell carcinoma New!
2017.8.18
Accepted
A joint paper of Professor Fujibuchi was Accepted in STEM CELLS Translational Medicine.
[Title] Report of the International Stem Cell Banking Initiative workshop activity: current hurdles and progress in seed-stock banking of human pluripotent stem cells New!
2017.8.10
Symposium
Ms. Sappington (Short-term Exchange Student, Amgen Scholars Program) gave a poster presentation at AMGEN SCHOLARS JAPAN SYMPOSIUM 2017 and received the BEST PRESENTATION AWARD. [Title] Improving models of cell type domains with machine learning and scRNA-Seq New!

2017.8.10
Accedence
Professor Fujibuchi became the Science Adviser of Oligogen Corporation. New!

2017.7.19
Class
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture on 'Computational Science' at Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University.

2017.7.14
Lecture
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture at Risk Assessment Task Force hosted by ILSI Japan on July 14th.

2017.7.7
Lecture
Symposium
At Single Cell Science Symposium hosted by RIKEN, Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture. [Title]"SHOGoiN", a Human Cell Type Database Based on Single-Cell Data and Beyond
Dr. Mori gave an oral presentation, Dr. Yamane, Dr. Yuji, Mr. Kozakura (D2) and Mr. Takahashi (D2) gave poster presentations.
Title is here.
2017.
6.27-29

Presentation
Dr. Yamane and Dr. Mori gave poster presentations at The 12th International Workshop on Advanced Genomics (12AGW). Title is here.

2017.6.19
Publication
A joint paper with Megumu K. Saito laboratory and Nakahata laboratory was published in PLOS ONE.
[Title]Microarray analyses of otospheres derived from the cochlea in the inner ear identify putative transcription factors that regulate the characteristics of otospheres
2017.4.27
Press
Research overview written by Professor Fujibuchi was published in CiRA Reporter Vol.10.

2017.4.15
Lecture
Dr. Yamane gave a lecture at Safety Evaluation Forum.


2017.3.25
Lecture
2017.3.9
Publication
A joint paper with The University of Tokyo was published in BMC Molecular Biology.
[Title]Methylated Site Display (MSD)-AFLP, a sensitive and affordable method for analysis of CpG methylation profiles
2017.2.6
Publication
Three papers written by Dr. Yamane, Dr. Sakurai and Dr. Mori respectively were published in Genomics and Computational Biology.
Titles are here.
2017.1.18
Class
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture on 'Computational Science' at Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University.

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Information in the past

Contact
Address
53 Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
606-8507, Japan
Email
fujibuchi-g[at]cira.kyoto-u.ac.jp
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contact
Department of Cell Growth and Differentiation
Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA)
Kyoto University
Administration, Professor Fujibuchi laboratory
Midori Yuji