Bubble won't burst for spoof Nobels

  title={Bubble won't burst for spoof Nobels},
  author={S. Nadis},
  • S. Nadis
  • Published 2002
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
normal animal development. He also discovered the first gene mutation that disrupted this process of ‘programmed cell death’. “I just loved watching the cells. It’s a beautiful thing to do and a challenge in the jigsaw-puzzling sense to get it all,” he says. Horvitz picked up from Sulston’s work on programmed cell death in the mid1970s. In 1986, he published a description of the first genes known to cause cell death — ced-3 and ced-4 (H. M. Ellis and H. R. Horvitz Cell 44, 817–829; 1986). He… Expand
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