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Takara Bio Sets up New Research Division at Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University.

Tokyo, Japan, Sept 30, 2005 - (JCNN) - Takara Bio announced on September 27 that it will donate 100 million yen to the Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University in order to set up a new research division.

The new division named Biomolecular Recognition (Takara Bio) <?> will proceed with research on the action mechanism of Takara Bio's proprietary function food compounds.

Under the supervision of Director Morikawa of the Biomolecular Engineering Research Institute (BERI), the division will strive to elucidate the interactions of the compounds and target proteins.

With this move, the company aims to deepen its expertise in the development of functional food compounds as well as apply findings in the field of medicine.

Source: JCN http://www.japancorp.net

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