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Laboratory mouse is one of the premium bioresources for studying principles underlying higher-order biological phenomena and etiologies of human diseases. RIKEN BioResource Research Center have released a mouse genome polymorphism database, MoG+ (pronounce, mάg plˈʌs) ; mouse genome database with high added value, to promote advanced use of experimental mice. MoG+ provides visualized mouse genomic variation among inbred mouse strains established in Japan as well as major classical inbred strains.
Genome information in MoG+ have developed by collaboration with Comparative Genomics Laboratory, Advanced Genomics Center at National Institute of Genetics, and Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, at Inter-University Research Institute Corporation Research Organization of Information and Systems. Genome information upgrading was also supported by NIG Advanced Genomics Project, and "Genome Information Upgrading Program" of AMED-NBRP. MoG+ is renewed edition of NIG_Mog2 that operated in Genetic Informatics Laboratory at National Institute of Genetics until FY2019.
Dr. Rikiya Endo, research scientist in the Microbe Division/Japan Collection of Microorganisms (JCM), has won 11th RIKEN Research Incentive Award.
Mar 4 2020
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Date : Mar 4 06:28 - 09:26 (in Japan Standard Time)
RIKEN BRC invites applications for indefinite-term Research Scientists to work at the laboratories listed below.
The details of job vacancy are available from the following URL.
Cell Engineering Division BioResource Research Center (RIKEN BRC Cell Bank)
Seeking an Indefinite-term Research Scientist (20T03)