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RSS FeedsLeading Light: One Microscope, Lots Of Nobel Prize Winners
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7 december 2017 13:31:49

 
Leading Light: One Microscope, Lots Of Nobel Prize Winners
(WorldNews Environment)
 




The internal clock that tells us when to wake up, when to eat and when to go to sleep might seem mundane, but it was the basis of research for this year`s winners of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Three scientists, Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young won the prestigious award by unearthing the three genes that interact to regulate our circadian rhythms and showing how those rhythms connect to health problems like obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. The trio joined an elite group of biologists whose fascination with the secret lives of cells also led them to Nobel Prize-winning discoveries in medicine or physiology. But they share more than just the Swedish...
 
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