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  The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2004
       
 
 

Proteins are life's building-blocks

In the tiniest intestinal bacteria, in roses and toadstools, in mice and men - in all living cells - proteins answer for both form and function. Naturally, research into proteins is therefore of the greatest interest, particularly for chemists wishing to know how things function at molecular level.

 

 

     


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