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Cellular Self-Cannibalization Wins the Nobel Prize in Medicine

Autophagy, fully described in the 1990s Japanese biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi, is how cells recycle damaged, diseased, or worn out bits of microscopic, biological machinery into new, fully functional organic stuff. The post Cellular Self-Cannibalization Wins the Nobel Prize in Medicine appeared first on WIRED.
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