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  Lying between your genes and you are molecular machines that allow the otherwise silent information wrapped-up in your DNA to speak. Working in turn to select, transmit, read and decipher the DNA code, they drive the production of all the components needed for life. Roger Kornberg’s research focuses on the earliest phases of this…

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English Press release 7 October 2009 has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2009 jointly to Venkatraman Ramakrishnan MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, United Kingdom Thomas A. Steitz Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA Ada E. Yonath Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel “for studies of the structure and function of…

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  Swedish Pressmeddelande 7 oktober 2009 har beslutat utdela Nobelpriset i kemi år 2009 gemensamt till Venkatraman Ramakrishnan MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, Storbritannien Thomas A. Steitz Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA Ada E. Yonath Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel “för studier av ribosomens struktur och funktion” Årets Nobelpris i kemi belönar…

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by Paul Berg 1980 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 26 August 2004 Introduction Advances in the life sciences, particularly in biomedicine, are increasingly being scrutinized and their acceptance questioned. Novel technologies and ideas that impinge on human biology and their perceived impact on human values have renewed strains in the relationship between science and society. Thirty…

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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2006 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2006 to Roger D. Kornberg “for his studies of the molecular basis of eukaryotic transcription”. Roger D. Kornberg Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, USA. Born in 1947. Roger Kornberg surrounded by…

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The first 21 years of my life were spent in Provo, Utah, then a city of about 15,000 people, beautifully situated at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains. Hardy Mormon pioneers had settled the area only 70 years before my birth in 1918. Provo was a well-designed city with stable neighbourhoods, a pride in its…

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October 1972 has decided to award the 1972 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Christian B. Anfinsen, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA for his work on ribonuclease, especially concerning the connection between the amino acid sequence and the biologically active conformation and the other half jointly to Stanford Moore and William H. Stein, booth…

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On my mother’s side I come from Midlands engineers and on my father’s from tenant farmers near Oxford. As far back as I remember, and earlier, I was an artisan, a maker and doer. Mechanically minded, my parents said. Ted, my father, was an Anglican priest; after serving as an army chaplain in the second…

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  Swedish NOBELFÖRSAMLINGEN KAROLINSKA INSTITUTET THE NOBEL ASSEMBLY AT THE KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE 1999-10-11 har idag beslutat att 1999 års Nobelpris i Fysiologi eller Medicin tilldelas Günter Blobel för upptäckten att “proteiner har inbyggda signaler som styr deras transport och lokalisation i cellen” Sammanfattning I våra celler bildas ständigt en mängd livsviktiga proteiner som måste transporteras…

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German NOBELFÖRSAMLINGEN KAROLINSKA INSTITUTET THE NOBEL ASSEMBLY AT THE KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE 11.10.1999 hat heute beschlossen, den Nobelpreis des Jahres 1999 in Physiologie oder Medizin Günter Blobel für die Entdeckung “Proteine haben eingebaute Signale, die ihren Transport und die Lokalisierung in der Zelle steuern” zu verleihen. Zusammenfassung In unseren Zellen bilden sich ständig eine Menge von…

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