The 28th Departmental Research Conference
April 19, 2014 (Sat.) Takamasa Ito, Ph.D. Course Students
At the research conference, 12 graduate course students,
including Dr. Honma, who started her graduate
course this year, delivered presentations.
Presentations from the 1st Lab addressed gene
analysis for inherited keratoses and searches for keratinization-
associated long non-coding RNAs. The 2nd
Lab presented on the establishment of a new ELISA
for CoL17, the analysis of autoantibodies, the formation
of spheroids in epidermal cells, and the analysis
of CD52 expression in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.
The 4th Lab presented on the pathological elucidation
of, and searches for new biomarkers for, severe drug
eruptions, the relationship between skin differentiation
and mitochondria, the expression of type 7 collagen
in revertant mosaicism of epidermolysis bullosa, and
new therapies for that disorder. The conference was
successful, with active discussions by many doctors.
It was stimulating for the students and resident doctors,
giving them even more motivation for research.
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