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'Self-Eating' Cells Nab Medicine Nobel for Japanese Scientist

Samples of baker's yeast helped propel a biologist from Japan into the winner's slot for this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, the BBC reports. Yoshinori Ohsumi was announced as the recipient of this year's prize for his work involving autophagy, a process in the body that acts as...
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