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Japanese Scientist Wins Nobel Prize in Medicine for Cell 'Self-Eating'

For illuminating the weird cellular phenomenon of "self-eating," Yoshinori Ohsumi has won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, the Nobel Foundation announced this morning (Oct. 3).
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