May 22 ,2021, “An international genome-wide meta-analysis of primary biliary cholangitis: novel risk loci and candidate drugs” has been published in the Journal of Hepatology.
Professor Nagasaki was invited lecture at the AWS Public Sector Summit Online on April 16, 2021.
AWS Public Sector Summit Online
・Dates : April 15(Thu),16(Fri) 2021
・ Venue : Online
・ Session & Theme : I run complex AWS workloads
・ Title: Accelerate the pace of research with Kyoto University
・ Language : English
The sessions are available on demand.
Breakout Sessions＞I run complex AWS workloads> Accelerate the pace of research with Kyoto University
February 11, 2020, “Mapping of susceptible variants for cold medicine-related Stevens-Johnson syndrome by whole-genome resequencing” has been published in the NPJ Genomic Medicine.
January 1 ,2021, “High-speed parameter search of dynamic biological pathways from time-course transcriptomic profiles using high-level Petri net” has been published in the Biosystems.
October 23, 2020, “Practical guide for managing large-scale human genome data in research ” has been published online in the Journal of Human Genetics.
October 21, 2020, “Direct reprogramming of human umbilical vein- and peripheral blood-derived endothelial cells into” has been published online in the Nature Communications.
August 4, 2020, “The Dynamics of Transcriptional Activation by Hepatic Reprogramming Factors” has been published online in the Molecular Cell.
December 18 ,2020, “Digenic mutations in ALDH2 and ADH5 impair formaldehyde clearance and cause a multisystem disorder, AMeD syndrome” has been published in the Science Advances.
September 23, 2020, “A multi-ethnic meta-analysis identifies novel genes, including ACSL5, associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis “ has been published online in the journal Communications Biology.
The published article has been uploaded here.
Professor Nagasaki will give a presentation at TECHNOLOGY LECTURES AND SYMPOSIUM on October 31, 2019
・ Dates : October 31(Thu),2019
・ Venue :The Omni Hotel, 1050 Sherbrooke St. W, Montreal, QC H3A 2R6, adjacent to the Mcgill Main Campus
・ Session &Theme : Health Innovation through genomics
・ Title: Genome cohort projects in Japan and biomedical analyses towards discoveries of diseases causing variants
・ Language : English