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portrait of science

2007.07.11
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#1 Prof.Ferid Murad, Nobel Prize 1998 in physiology / medicine for discovery of the signalling properties of nitric oxide ( together with Furchgott and Ignarro)
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#2 Prof. Michel Hartmut, Nobel Prize 1988 in chemistry for determination of the three-dimensional structure of photosynthetic reaction centre ( with Deisenhofer and Huber)
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#3 The temperature on the Earth will raise :((
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#4 Prof. Sir Timothy Hunt, Nobel Prize 2001 in physiology / medicine for the discovery of cyclin and cyklin dependent kinase, central molecules in the regulation of the cell cycle ( with Hartwell and Nurse)
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#5 Prof. Sir Timothy Hunt
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#6 Prof. Edmond H. Fischer, Nobel Prize 1992 in physiology / medicie for discovery how phosphorylation of protein is used to regulate biological processes ( with Krebs).
Understanding the cycle Krebs is a real menace for each medical student - I remember this time and effort :((
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#7 Prof. Avram Hershko Nobel Prize 2004 in chemistry, for the discorery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation.
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#8 Prof. Avram Hershko during his lecture in Lindau.
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#9 Prof. Avram Hershko autograph
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#10 Prof.Bert Sakmann, Nobel Prize 1991 in medicine / physiology for developinng techniques which show that ion channels exist in cell membrane and which allow to study their properties ( with Nehr). Here - talking with students, first from left my friend from Guangzhou / China - dr Yamei Tang, young and talented neurologist.
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#11 Prof. Arber Werner Nobel Prize 1978, in physiology / medicine for discovery of restriction enzymes and their application in molecular genetics ( with Nathans and Smith)
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#12 Prof. Richard Roberts, Nobel Prize 1993 in physiology / medicine for discovery that genes in eucaryotes are not contiguous strings but contain introns and that the splicing of messenger RNA to delete those introns can occur in different ways, yielding different proteins from the same DNA sequence ( with Sharp).
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#13 Prof. Craig C. Mello, Nobel prize 2006 in physiology / medicine for discovery of RNA interference - gene silencing by double-stranded RNA ( with Fire). Here with family, during boat trip to the Isle of Mainau.
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9 Comments
davidcardona What a subject! Thanks for these pics! Superb!
davidcardona · 2007-07-11: 03:15
storytaylor Avram Hershko, have a very artistic signature.
storytaylor · 2007-07-11: 03:19
gosienka wow )
gosienka · 2007-07-11: 03:56
nadoune GREAT SET!
nadoune · 2007-07-11: 08:10
mimax2 to Balduinus: yes, I was in the conference rooms as a journalist acredited at 57th Meeting of Nobel Laureates in Lindau. My current and main profession is - medical scientific journalist ( I have MD+ PhD title and in this area I am working in part time after 40 years career in ful time).
mimax2 · 2007-07-11: 09:07
SheriJ WOW you sure got in a great place to see such brilliant minds and they look like nice people as well!! What a great thing you got to do!!
SheriJ · 2007-07-11: 09:12
????? nice set ... !:)
????? · 2007-07-11: 14:20
????? Very interesting set. I like it because I learned a new things.
????? · 2007-07-12: 00:33
magpy fantastic set! lovely portraits
magpy · 2007-07-15: 18:48
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