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Award: The RNA Society of Japan 20th Annual Meeting Excellent Research Award
Keiichi Minowa(Suzuki Lab. M2) NEW
Award: The RNA Society of Japan 20th Annual Meeting poster award
Ittoku Kikuchi(Suzuki Lab. M2) NEW
TOPICS: Nature Communications
CO2-sensitive tRNA modification associated with human mitochondrial disease
Award: The Young Scientists’ Prize by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2018
Takayuki Ohira (Suzuki Lab. Assistant Professor)
Award: The 26th Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award
Prof. Tsutomu Suzuki
"Elucidation of the biological role of RNA modification"
TOPICS: NAR Breakthrough Article
Metabolic and chemical regulation of tRNA modification associated with taurine deficiency and human disease
TOPICS: Hydroxylation of a conserved tRNA modification establishes non-universal genetic code in echinoderm mitochondria.
Award: The RNA Society of Japan 19th Annual Meeting Excellent Research Award
Kensuke Ishiguro(Suzuki Lab. D2)
Award: The RNA Society of Japan 19th Annual Meeting Excellent Research Award
Yutaro Yamaguchi(Suzuki Lab. M2)
Award: GPLLI 5th General Meeting Best Poster Award
Layla Kawarada (Suzuki Lab. M2)
「ALKBH1 is an RNA dioxygenase responsible for mitochondrial and cytoplasmic tRNA modifications」
Award: The 43rd Naito Conference ( Noncoding RNA : Biology, Chemistry, & Diseases ) Poster award
Yuma Ishigami (Suzuki Lab. D2)
" U6 snRNA m6A stabilizes 5’ splice site recognition "
Award: The 17th BIO UT Poster award
Shin-ichiro Akichika (Suzuki Lab. D1)
"Mass spectrometric characterization of post-transcriptional modifications in mRNAs and spliced-leader RNA from Trypanosoma brucei"
We have renewed our website.
TOPICS: Precursors of tRNAs are stabilized by methylguanosine cap structures.
TOPICS: NSUN3 methylase initiates 5-formylcytidine biogenesis in human mitochondrial tRNA(Met).

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    RNA modifications associated with various biological functions

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    Decoding of genetic information and protein synthesis

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    Epitranscriptome and biological functions

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    Molecular pathogenesis of RNA modopathy

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    RCC and RNA-MS: platform technologies for RNA analysis

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