Bio-Pacemaker Possible Through Cell Reprogramming [Video]
Guardian Liberty Voice
The work eventually earned the research into the study the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2012. After developing this original research, 12 pigs were given injections with either a virus engineered to deliver TBX-18, a transcription factor ...
Genetics research to revolutionise medicine, says Nobel laureate
He won a shared Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2004 for his study of how the body breaks down and disposes of unwanted proteins. “We are part of a revolution that will change the whole world of medicine,” he said. New methods that grew out of molecular ...
Stem Cell Advance May Increase Efficiency of Tissue Regeneration
Newswise (press release)
... reprogrammable cells that theoretically can be used to replace any tissue type — led to a share of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine being awarded to UCSF, Gladstone Institutes and Kyoto University researcher Shinya Yamanaka, MD, in 2012.
Winning A Nobel: The Inside Story
General Surgery News
In early October, the Assembly decides on the winner by majority vote and the new Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine is announced. This decision is final; there are no appeals. Although this process sounds deliberate and structured in theory, it ...