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Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded for Receptor Work


October 10, 2012 | The Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded to two doctors for their work with G-protein-coupled receptors. Robert Lefkowitz, born in 1943, does his work at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Duke University Medical Center. Brian Kobilka, born in 1955, is at Stanford University's School of Medicine. The men will share an award worth about $1.2 million. NPR But the griping has already begun. The work is worthy of a Nobel, certainly, but a Nobel in Chemistry? Derek Lowe breaks down the argument. In the Pipeline
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