Scientists Win Nobel For Work On How Cells Communicate
By: Richard Harris
October 7, 2013
Two Americans and a German will share the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine this year. They won for pioneering work in basic biology — how cells communicate with each other. The research has led to the development of diagnostic tests and could someday lead to new treatments for diseases of the nervous and immune systems.
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