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Joint Research and Collaboration with Overseas Research Institutions

(FY2017)


 

Kumamoto University

Collaborating Institute (Country)

Research Title

Participants

1

International Research Center for Medical Sciences (IRCMS)

Institute of Biomedicine and Biotechnology of Cantabria (Spain) Molecular regulation of avian axis formation

2

2 Kazan Federal University (Russia) Molecular analysis of developmental arrest control 2
3 Coordination Centre for Trnsplantation of Organs, Tissue and Cells, Ministry of Health of Ukraine (Ukraine) Cellular mechanism of chorioallantoic fusion in birds 10
4 National University of Singapore (Singapore) Runx family genes and leukemogenesis 15
5 Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (Singapore) Enhancers for Runx family genes 5
6 Bioprocessing Technology Institute (Singapore) Antibody development for Runx leukemia 1
7 University of Otago (New Zealand) Identification of cis-regulatory elements for Runx family genes 2
8 University of Edinburgh (UK) Development of hematopoietic stem cells 1
9 Sorbonne University (France) Characterization of aged human hematopoiesis 2
10 University Hospital Zurich (Switzerland) Role of Inflamation in hematopoietic stem cell homeostasis and pethogenesis 7
11 Universigy Hospital Basel (Switzerland) Engineering ectopic human bone organ 8
12 ETH Zurich (Switzerland) Characterization of human bone marrow niche 8
13 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Rep. of Korea) Impact of inflamation on early hematopoiesis 3
14 University of Cambridge (UK) Characterization of aged human hematopoiesis 2
15 Dresden University of Technology (Germany) Understanding of the regulatory mechanisms underlying directed endothelial cell migration in angiogenesis 5
16 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Rep. of Korea) In vivo imaging of injury-induced angiogenesis 4
17 Radbound University Medical Center (Netherlands) Mechanochemical mechanism of cancer cell metastasis 4

18

Faculty of Education,
Graduate School of Education

Fondazione Domenico Cimarosa (Italy), Da Vinci Pubishing (Italy)

Working for the Progect of the Critica Edition of all theatrica works of Domenico Cimarosa

4

19

International Research Organization for Advanced Science and Technology (IROAST)

Wigner Research Institute for Physics,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary)

Hydrogen bonded associations in water-alcohol mixtures

5

20

Research Centre for Natural Sciences,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary)

Hydrogen bonded associations in water-alcohol mixtures

5

21

Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering,
University of North Texas (USA)

Zn based biodegradable metals

2

22

Michigan State University (USA)

Studies on actin cytoskeletons in plant immunity

4

23

Korea Basic Science Institute (Rep. of Korea)

Early detection of Perkinson'e disease using MMP-3 fluorogenic sensor

3

24

Kangwon National University (Rep. of Korea)

Detection and therapy of brain ischemia

3

25

Yonsei University (Rep. of Korea)

Early diagnosis of metastastasis by MMP-2 fluorogenic imaging sensor

3

26

Chonnam National University (Rep. of Korea) MR/optical imaging in cancer using upconversion nanoparticles 2

27

Xi'an Jiaotong University (China) Aptamer assay for detection of multiple targets using upconversion nanoparticles 2

28

Shandong University of Science and Technology (China) Study on rockburst caused by time-dependent rockmass degradation 2

29

Pennsylvania state university (USA) Study on seismic activity caused by fluid flow 3
30 McGill Univeristy (Canada) Study on stress distribution on a rock joint surface 4

31

Valladolid University (Spain) CO2 Utilization Technologies: Synergy of Supercritical CO2 and Subcritical H2O for Development of Reactive Separation Process 3

32

Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (Spain) CO2 conversion reactions and will develop combined operando spectroscopic techniques based on synchrotron X-ray 2

33

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA) Sound Source Localization in Non-Field of View by Recursive Bayesian Estimation 2
34 Faculty of Advanced Science and Techonology University of Southern California (USA) Collaborative project of development and application of large-scale nonadiabatic quantum molecular dynamics simulations 4
35 CNRS (France) Local structure of semiconducting glasses by anomalous x-ray scattering 3
36 University of Marburg (Germany) Local structure of semiconducting glasses by anomalous x-ray scattering 3
37 University of Pardubice    (Czech) Local structure of semiconducting glasses by anomalous x-ray scattering 1
38 CNRS (France) Development of x-ray fluorescence holography technique 3
39 University of Marburg (Germany) Development of x-ray fluorescence holography technique 1
40 CNRS (France) Atomic structure of functional materials using x-ray fluorescence holography 3
41 University of Marburg (Germany) Atomic structure of functional materials using x-ray fluorescence holography 3
42 Jagiellonian University    (Poland) Atomic structure of functional materials using x-ray fluorescence holography 1
43 University of Birmingham (UK) Establishment of multi-scaled mechanical testing techniques for comprehensive understanding of mechanical-microstructural properties in hexagonal close packed alloys 10
44 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany) Microstrauctural characterization of tribological properties of LPSO-type magnesium alloys 5
45 Aarhus University (Denmark) Novel analysis methods for biological fuel contaminations 4
46 Limnological Institute, Russian Academy of Science (Russia) Study on natural chemicals produced by phytoplankton in Lake Baikal 4
47 University of Yaounde I    (Cameroon) International collaborative research and discussion on chemical biology based on bioactive natural product 2
48 Institute of Geonics of Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech) Study onfracture toughness of rock 3
49 University of Lorraine (France) Evaluation of oil contamination in porous media by X-ray CT image analysis and LBM simulation 3
50 Grenoble University of Alps (France) Prediction of Water Retention Curve of Granular Materials using Image Analysis of X-Ray CT 3
51 Queen's University (Canada) Investigating the mechanism of downslope bentonite erosion in GCL liners using X-Ray CT 3
52 The University of Adelaide (Australia) Dental ceramics 3
53 University of Twente (Netherlands) Surface engineering and tribology 4
54 Chinese Academy of Science (China) Graphene oxide and tribology 3
55 Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech), University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (Czech) Structure and properties of non-equilibrium grain boundary 5
56 Institute of Physical Metallurgy and Metal Physics, RWTH Aachen University (Germany) Mechanics, dynamics and thermodynamics of grain boundaries in metals 6
57 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida (USA) Nanoindentation experiments near the vicinity of grain boundaries in Fe-Si bicrystals 4

58

Center for AIDS Research

Tulane National Primate Research Center (USA) Role of fibrocytes in HIV-1 latent infection Unknown
59 Oxford University (UK) Role of fibrocytes in HIV-1-associated lung fibrosis Unknown
60 Imperial College London (UK) Analysis of provirus integration sites in Human retroviral infections 7
61 Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (France), Universite Pierre et Marie Curie (France) Analysis of mutations escaped from HIV-1-specific CTLs 6
62 University of Oxford (UK) Analysis of HIV-1 peptides presented by HLA class I 8
63 University of Oxford (UK) A study of HLA-B35 in HIV-1infection 5
64 University of Oxford (UK) A study of AIDS vaccine development 8
65 Simon Fraser University (Canada) A study of HLA-associated polymorphism 6
66 National Cancer Institute - Frederick (USA) A study of HLA class I and NK receptor in HIV-1 infection 8
67 National Cancer Institute - Frederick (USA) A study of HLA associated with HIV-1 disease progression 5
68 National Hospital of Tropical Diseases (Vietnam) A study of HIV-1 subtype A/E in Hanoi cohort 15
69 Department of Immunology, Mahidol University (Thailand) Development of novel anti-tumor reagents using mouse model 6
70 Department of Biochemistry, Khon Kaen University (Thailand) Development of novel anti-cholangiocarcinoma therapy 7
71 Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Seoul National University (Rep. of Korea)
Deveplopment of patient-derived xenograft tumor models and personalized cancer therapy by using severe immunodeficient mice 8
72 St. Vincent's Centre for Applied Medical Research (Australia) Development of novel anti-HIV therapy 4
73 Division of Biopharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy,
Burapha University (Thailand)
Evaluation of Thai traditional herb extracts of anticancer potential on cholangiocarcinoma 6
74 School of Medicine, Mae Fah Luang University (Thailand) Antimicrobial resistance of bacteria from Thai food 6
75 Tel Aviv University (Israel) Mapping of the epitope recognized by Broad Neutralizing CD4i antibodies 8
76 Université de Montréal (Canada) ADCC activity against HIV infected cells 7
77 Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (Tanzania) HIV-1 Genotyping and antiretroviral resistance profiling of HIV-1 Patients Receiving a combination Antiretraviral Therapy(cART) in Dar es salaam. 12
78 Institute of Resource Development and Analysis Medical Research Council Harwell (UK) Research on simple vitrification of mouse oocytes derived from ultrasuperovulation technique 3
79 Jackson Laboratory (USA) Development of experimental animals using ultrasuperovulation tecnique 4
80 Spanish National Biotechnology Centre (Spain) Research on genome editing technique using ultrasuperovulation technique 5
81 Texas A&M Institute for Genomic Medicine (USA) Research on education system for reproductive technology 4
82 University of Pennsylvania (USA) DSCR-1functional Analysis in endothelium 3
83 Harvard Medical School (USA) System  analysis of vascular remodeling 2
84 The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA) Tumor vascular functional analysis with exercise 3
85 Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (USA) Lymphatic vascular development 6
86 CNIC (Spain) DSCR-1functional Analysis with artheriosclerosis 3
87 Universite Paris Descartes (France) Analysis of the Bnc2 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-18 about 10
88 Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Rep. of Korea) Analysis of the Ccdc55 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-T93 about 10
89 Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Rep. of Korea) Analysis of the Igsf4 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-W34 about 10
90 Seoul National University College of Medicine (Rep. of Korea) Analysis of the Cd99 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-B6T44 about 10
91 Seoul National University College of Medicine (Rep. of Korea) Analysis of the Cd99 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-B6T44 about 10
92 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Biomedicine (Germany) Analysis of the Cd99 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-B6T44 about 10
93 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (Germany) Analysis of the Hmbox1 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-T346 about 10
94 Seoul National College of Medicine (Rep. of Korea) Analysis of the Kcnk5 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-81 about 10
95 Christain Albrechts Universitat Kiel (Germany) Analysis of the Sppl2b gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-T160 about 10
96 Mount Sinai School of Medicine (USA) Analysis of the Nrbf2 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-W143 about 10
97 University of Miami (USA) Analysis of the Mbd5 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-B205 about 10
98 Semmelweis University (Hungary) Analysis of the Duclg2 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-KBW131 about 10
99 University of Bristol (UK) Analysis of the Mir142 gene function using the knockout mouse line; 21-KBW111reKO about 10
100 St George's University of London (UK) Analysis of the Wdr11 gene function using the exchangeable gene trap mouse line; Ayu21-KBW205 about 10
101 Institute of Molecular Embryology and Genetics University of Texas (USA) Epigenetic regulation of energy metabolism 10
102 Novartis Institutes (USA) Epigenetic regulation of energy metabolism 10
103 University of Leicester (UK) Analysi of energy metabolism in knockout mice 10
104 University of Cologne (Germany) Analysi of energy metabolism in knockout mice 10
105 National Institute of Health (USA) Computational analysis of cell morphology 10
106 Ningbo University (China) Functional analysis of chromatin factors 10
107 Suez Canal University (Egypt) Analysis of cancer epigenome 10
108 North Carolina University, Chapel Hill (USA) NIH Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Program (Parent R21) 5
109 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA) Study on REV7 on meiosis 3
110 University of Toronto (Canada) AMED-CIHR Joint Research Program 6
111 Neural Regeneration Lab, Korea Brain Research Institute (Rep. of Korea) Analyses of model mice for physical factors regulating brain histogenesis 4
112 Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Massachusetts Boston (USA) Municipal Conflict Resolution and Needs Assessment 2
113 University of Texas at San Antonio (USA) Demography and Community 2
114 University of Valencia (Spain) Research Group on Mediation and Arbitration (MEDARB) 20
115 Faculty of Life Sciences Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (USA) miRNA regulation by PDEs in failing heart 4
116 Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (USA) The role of mTOR signaling by TSC2 phosphorylation in cardiac pressure overloaded heart 10
117 Kings College London (UK) The involvement of PKG regulation in salt sensitivity 5
118 College of Medicine, Yonsei University (Rep. of Korea) Impact of adding ezetimibe to statin therapy on cardiovascular events between diabetes and non-diabetes: a propensity score matched study and meta-analysis 15
119 Schoole of Medicine, Boston University (USA) Role of muscle-derived HO-1 in ischemia-induced angiogenesis 5
120 Max-Planck-Institute for Heart and Lung Research (Germany) Role of Sirt7 in the development of atherosclerosis 7
121 MD Anderson Cancer Center (USA) Comprehensive analysis for biomarkers related to resistance for molecular target therapy for GIST(Fostering Joint International Research) 5
122 University of Toronto (Canada) Dysfunction of Tsukushi leads to hydrocephalus by altering neurogenesis in the subventricular zone 1
123 Umm Al-Qura University (Saudi Arabia) Dysfunction of Tsukushi leads to hydrocephalus by altering neurogenesis in the subventricular zone 1
124 Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) Dysfunction of Tsukushi leads to hydrocephalus by altering neurogenesis in the subventricular zone 2
125 School of Medicine, Washington University (USA) Dysfunction of Tsukushi leads to hydrocephalus by altering neurogenesis in the subventricular zone 1
126 MRC National Institute for Medical Research (UK) Dysfunction of Tsukushi leads to hydrocephalus by altering neurogenesis in the subventricular zone 1
127 Division of Nephrology, Hypertension and Transplantation,
College of Medicine, University of Florida (USA)
Investigation of renal ammonia transpoters in matabolic acidosis 11
128 Arthritis Center, School of Medicine, Boston University    (USA) Study of fibrosis 10
129 Institut Curie , INSERM (France) TGF-β signaling, melanoma 10
130 The Regents of the University of California (USA) Developing rational therapeutic approaches for acral melanoma 10
131 Institute for Veterinary Physiology, University of Zurich (Switzerland) Antioxidant peptide localization in brain tissues 2
132 Department of Microbiology, Dhaka University (Bangladesh) Antibacterial host defense mechanisms involving in redox regulation 1
133 Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research (Germany) Identification of the roles of SIRT7 3
134 University of Utah (USA) Cardiac Metabolism Research 6
135 Bristol-Myers Squibb K.K. (USA) Development of novel therapeutic strategy for Heart Failure 12
136 National Institute of Health (USA) Physiological functions of tRNA modifications 7
137 Cornell University (USA) Mechanism on the regullation of cilium structure 4
138 Yale University (USA) Molecular mechanism on mental retardation 5
139 Harvard University (USA) Analysis of Riplet ubiquitin ligase 3
140 Brigham and Women's Hospital (USA) Pathophysiology of acute kidney injury 6
141 Georgia State University (USA) Elucidating the pathogenesis and developing novel therapies for chronic inflammatory disease 10
142 ALNYLAM PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. (USA) RNAi therapeutics for familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy 10
143 Pfizer, Inc. (USA) Transthyretin Amyloidosis Outcomes Survey many
144 Prothena Corporation plc. (USA) Antibody therapy for familial amyloidotic polyneuropathy 5
145 Leiden University (Netherlands) Research on Amyloid Plaque detection using PADRE 10
146 Philips Healthcare (Netherlands) Depelopment of Phase Difference Enhanced Imaging (PADRE) 20
147 Neuroscience Research Australia (Australia) Research on Amyloid Plaque detection and Dementia using PADRE 10
148 New South Wales University (Australia) Research on Amyloid Plaque detection and Dementia using PADRE 10
149 St.Vincent Hospital (Australia) Research on Amyloid Plaque detection and Dementia using PADRE 5
150 Siriraj Hospital (Thailand) Research on Amyloid Plaque detection and Dementia using PADRE 10
151 Department of Clinical Genetics,
Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam (Netherlands)
New approaches to diagnosis and therapy for inherited metabolic diseases 20
152 University of Pavia (Italy) Development of diagnostic method for amyloidosis 5
153 Kumamoto Innovative Development Organization University of Vienna (Austria) Aso Project 2.0 10
154 Shanghai Jaotong University (China) Local Governance Studies 5


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