Research that for Andrew Fire and Craig MelloTwo U.S. Scientists Andrew Fire, Stanford University School of Medicine and Craig Mello, University of Massachusetts Medical School, won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their research, discovered the fundamental mechanism that governs the movement of genetic data in humans, animals and plants.
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Our genome functions by sending instructions for the production of proteins from DNA in the nucleus to the protein synthesis machinery in the cytoplasm. Messenger RNA to carry the instructions. 1998 Fire and Mello published their discovery of a mechanism that the degrade degrade in a specific gene. The mechanism is as RNA interference.
Wiley-Blackwell in February 2007 in February 2007 as a result of the acquisition of Blackwell Publishing Ltd.Assistance Dr. In New York City with the project at at Weill Cornell is Dr. Bernice Grafenstein, which Vincent and Brooke Astor Distinguished Professor by in Neuroscience and Prof. Of physiology & biophysics, Dr. Fabien Campagne, assistant professor of computational BioMed that of physiology and biophysics and bioinformatic an officer the Institute for Computational Biomedicine, Weill Cornell and Dr. Adrian Robert, researcher in the physiology of and Biophysik.
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