Integrated Symbiology (iSYM) is an interdisciplinary research program at RIKEN, studying organism-organism interactions. High biological diversity, which is built on numerous organism-organism interactions, ensures natural sustainability for all life forms, including us.
We aim to understand how organisms interact with each other in the molecular level, revealing novel communication tools and controlling strategies developed by various life forms.
Symbiology Workshop 2019 & RIKEN-JSS Joint Symposium
Recent News Releases
|2020/July Dr. Makoto Hayashi's interview is published in the July issue of RIKEN NEWS|
|2020/6/9 Collaboration Dr. Yasunori Ichihashi, Dr. Ken Shirasu and Dr. Jun Kikuchi|
|2020/4/22 Dr. Hiroshi Ohno|
|2020/2/07 Dr. Makoto Hayashi|
|2019/11/22 Dr. Makoto Hayashi|
|2019/Autumn Dr. Ken Shirasu's interview is published in the fall issue of RIKEN RESEARCH||
|2019/9/13 Dr. Ken Shirasu|
|2019/8/30 Dr. Kiminori Toyooka, Dr. Masayuki Amagai||
3D in vivo imaging of the keratin filament network in the mouse stratum granulosum reveals profilaggrin-dependent regulation of keratin bundling. Journal of Dermatological Science, doi:10.1016/j.jdermsci.2019.04.006
December 19th, 2019
Dr. Gabriel Castrillo
Featured News Report
Sequel II System has been introduced!
"Sequel II System" has been introduced to RIKEN Yokohama. It has been installed next to Sequel. The read lengths is about eight times longer than original system!