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Mie University is a national university in Tsu, Mie, Japan. As with other 'national' universities, 'Miedai' has been a national university corporation since April 2004, when state-funded universities were partially privatised. In 2006, it was ranked 250th in the Times Higher Education Supplement list of the world's best universities.Mie University was founded on 31 May 1949 with two faculties: Liberal Arts and Agriculture. These gave way to the establishment's present composition of six faculties: Humanities, Medicine, Education, Bioresources, Engineering and Common Education - the latter dealing with cross-faculty courses such as English language teaching. Its 'Center for International Exchange' promotes international links and issues involving the global community.The institution is Mie's only 'national university', located in the city of Tsu in the Kansai region, within easy reach of Kyoto, Osaka and Nagoya. The campus is situated in the north-east of the city, close to the coast of Ise Bay. Though some students make use of nearby accommodation, larger numbers commute from the larger cities, as well as nearby towns such as Ise, Matsusaka and Toba. Wikipedia.


Patent
Takara Bio Inc. and Mie University | Date: 2015-05-01

Disclosed is a cell which can express a non-natural oligomeric protein, which has, introduced therein, a gene encoding an exogenous polypeptide corresponding to at least one endogenous polypeptide constituting a natural oligomeric protein, and in which the expression of the endogenous polypeptide is inhibited.


Patent
Mie University and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Factory Inc. | Date: 2014-05-08

Provided is siRNA effective for the treatment of fibrosis and a pharmaceutical containing the siRNA.


Patent
Maruishi Pharmaceutical Co. and Mie University | Date: 2014-08-08

[Problems] The objective is to provide a new low-toxic drug for external use for intractable diseases, such as erosion, decubitus, and skin ulcer, that prevents cicatrization and reduces iodine accumulation on wound surfaces with sufficiently promoting healing. [Means for solving problem] Preparation of a wound treatment drug for external use containing oily bases and iodine but substantially no white soft sugar, which is a characteristic of the drug of this invention. The invented drug prevents infection through the wound surface due to a sufficient bactericidal effect of iodine, and promotes wound healing, prevents cicatrization and reduces iodine accumulation on the wound surface by maintenance of appropriate moisture in the wound surface due to a moisturizing effect of oily bases.


The present invention aims at providing a novel indocyanine compound solving problems of conventionally used indocyanine green, such as solubility in water or physiological saline, a synthesis method and a purification method thereof, and a diagnostic composition including the novel indocyanine compound. Further, provided are a method for evaluating biokinetics of the novel indocyanine compound and a device for measuring biokinetics, and a method and a device for visualizing circulation of fluid such as blood in a living body, which utilize the diagnostic composition. Also, found are a novel indocyanine compound in which a hydrophobic moiety in a near-infrared fluorescent indocyanine molecule is included in a cavity of a cyclic sugar chain cyclodextrin to cover the hydrophobic moiety in the indocyanine molecule with the glucose, and a synthesis method and a purification method thereof. Furthermore, found are a method for fluorescence-imaging an organ other than liver by intravenous administration, a method for evaluating biokinetics of the novel indocyanine compound, a device for measuring biokinetics, and a method and a device for visualizing circulation of fluid such as blood in a living body, utilizing the diagnostic composition including the novel indocyanine compound.


Patent
Mie University | Date: 2014-03-28

A vital stain for observation under multiphoton laser microscopy, the vital stain comprising one or more edible dye compounds.

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