Laboratory of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology

Welcome to our laboratory!

Our laboratory aim to contribute to the development of regenerative medicine by investigating the biology of functional stem cells and its related factors, especially the hypoxic stimuli.


January 2019 

Happy New Year 2019 from Ohneda Lab

December 2018 

Mr Firman Zulklifi Amin graduated from Doctoral program in Biomedical Sciences

September 2018 

Ms Erica Carolina published her study titled "Glucocorticoid Impaired the Wound Healing Ability of Endothelial Progenitor Cells by Reducing the Expression of CXCR4 in the PGE2 Pathway". Read more.

Ms. Yulanda Antonius graduated from Master program in Medical Sciences.

Dr Septelia Inawati (Universitas Indonesia) visited our lab.

August 2018 

Mr Allakhvediev Elvin (State Univesity of Moscow) and Ms. Christine Chang (National Taiwan Univesity) completed Tsukuba Summer Research Program 2018 in Ohneda Lab. We hope you enjoyed your stay in Tsukuba.

July 2018 

Prof. Ohneda co-authored study titled "Glucosamine decreases the stemness of human ALDH+ breast cancer stem cells by inactivating STAT3" Read more.

Mr. Firman published his study titled "Deterioration of alveolar development in mice with both HIF-3α knockout and HIF-2α knockdown" Read more.

June 2018 

Ms. Khanh published her study titled "Aging impairs beige adipocyte differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells via the reduced expression of Sirtuin 1" Read more.


Our laboratory is mainly focused on these topics:

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Stem Cells & Hypoxia Group

Investigating the molecular mechanism of HIF in hypoxic stress

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Tissue Stem Cell Group

Analysis of functional adult stem cells and progenitor cells for clinical application

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Cancer Stem Cell Group

Researching cancer relapse with cancer stem cells

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Embryonic Stem Cell Group

Decoding ectodermal development using ES cell approach