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2018.04.20
Workshop
The workshop of the collaborative research with Charite “Japan-Germany International Workshop 2018-1 The Human Cell Type Authentication Initiative” will be held on April 23rd-24th.

2018.04.01
Press
The Collaborative research agreement on the Stem Cell-based Chemical Risk Information Sharing has been signed with the Systems Biology Institute. Publication:SANKEI WESTIWATE NIPPO
2018.3.26
Lecture
Professor Fujibuchi will give a lecture at 25th Annual Meeting of Human and Animal Bridging Research Organization on May 24-26, 2018. New!

2018.3.22
Presentation
2018.2.21
Press
A contributed article written by Dr. Yamane was published in ILSI JAPAN No.133.
[Title] Towards a New Simplified Toxicity Test Using Human ES/iPS Cells and Realization of the Consortium
2018.2.19
Publication
A joint paper of Professor Fujibuchi was published in Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications.
[Title] Human AK2 links intracellular bioenergetic redistribution to the fate of hematopoietic progenitors
2018.2.9
Lecture
Professor Fujibuchi gave a lecture at public symposium of Preventive medicine through inflammation cellular sociology.

2018.1.15
Press
Research achievements of Dr. Yamane was published in CiRA Newsletter Vol.32.

2018.1.9
Publication
A joint paper of Professor Fujibuchi was published in Stem Cell Reports.
[Title] A Standard Nomenclature for Referencing and Authentication of Pluripotent Stem Cells
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Contact
Address
53 Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto
606-8507, Japan
Email
fujibuchi-g[at]cira.kyoto-u.ac.jp
(change [at] to @.)
contact
Department of Cell Growth and Differentiation
Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA)
Kyoto University
Secretary, Professor Fujibuchi laboratory
Kayo Obata