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typically reward research done more than a decade before, to make sure it has stood the test of time.In 2010, the Nobel Prize in physics went to two researchers whose discoveries were also published six years earlier. In 2006, two American scientists won the medicine prize eight years after their work was published.Prize committee member Juleen Zierath said Gurdon and Yamanaka's discoveries, which also earned them a Lasker award for basic research in 2009, could hold "immense potential," including in developing treatments for Parkinson's disease and in making cells that produce insulin. However, she added that therapeutic implications are still far away.The idea of reprograming cells has also been put to work in basic research on disease, through an approach sometimes called "disease in a dish."The reprogramming allows scientists to create particular kinds of tissue they want to study, like lung tissue for studying cystic fibrosis, or brain tissue for Huntington's disease. By reprogramming cells from patients with a particular disease, they can create new tissue with the same genetic background, and study it in the lab. That can give new insights into the roots of the problem.In addition, that approach allows them to screen drugs in the lab for possible new medicines.Experts welcomed the announcement, praising the duo for their groundbreaking and influential discoveries in a field riddled with ethical debates.

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STOCKHOLM A British researcher and a Japanese scientist won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine today for discovering that ordinary cells of the body can be reprogrammed into stem cells, which then can turn into any kind of tissue a discovery that may led to new treatments.Scientists want to build on the work by John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka to create replacement tissues for treating diseases like Parkinson's and diabetes, and for studying Prada Wallet Crossbody the roots of diseases in the laboratory without the ethical dilemma posed by embryonic stem cells.View full sizeAP Photo/Kyodo News, 2008Kyoto University Professor Shinya Yamanaka, left, and British researcher John Gurdon at a symposium on induced pluripotent stem cell in Tokyo.In announcing the 8 million kronor ($1.2 million) award, the Nobel committee at Stockholm's Karolinska Institute said the discovery has "revolutionized our understanding of how cells and organisms develop."Gurdon showed in 1962 the year Yamanaka was born that the DNA from specialized cells of frogs, like skin or intestinal cells, could be used to generate new tadpoles. That showed the DNA still had its ability to drive the formation of all cells of the body.At the time, the discovery had "no obvious therapeutic benefit at all," Gurdon told reporters in London. "It was almost 50 years before the value the potential value of that basic scientific research comes to light," he said.In 1997, the cloning of Dolly the sheep by other scientists showed that the same process Gurdon discovered in frogs would Bottega Veneta Hobo Medium Vs Large

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Cambridge University's Magdalene College and is currently at the Gurdon Institute in Cambridge, which he founded. Yamanaka, 50, worked at the Gladstone Institute in San Francisco and Nara Institute of Science and Technology in Japan. He is currently at Kyoto University and also affiliated with the Gladstone Institute. Yamanaka is the first Japanese scientist to win the Nobel medicine award since 1987.Asked if and how he planned to celebrate, Gurdon said he was invited to drinks at 6 o'clock. "I intend to attend those drinks," he said dryly.Gurdon said he expected to be back in the lab Tuesday morning, and later told a group of journalists he had little intention of retiring. He quoted a colleague as saying that "there comes a time when your scientific work becomes more therapeutic than science."Yamanaka told Japanese broadcaster NHK that he was at home doing chores on Monday when he got the call from Stockholm. "Even though we have received this prize we have not really accomplished what we need to. I feel a deep sense of duty and responsibility," Yamanaka said.Choosing Yamanaka as a Nobel winner just six years after his discovery was unusual. The Nobel committees Bottega Veneta Medium Intrecciato Hobo Bag

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work in mammals.More than 40 years after Gurdon's discovery, in 2006, Yamanaka showed that a surprisingly simple recipe could turn mature cells back into primitive cells, which in turn could be prodded into different kinds of mature cells.Basically, the primitive cells were the equivalent of embryonic stem cells, which had been embroiled in controversy because to get human embryonic cells, human embryos had to be destroyed. Yamanaka's method provided a way to get such primitive cells without destroying embryos."The discoveries of Gurdon and Yamanaka have shown that specialized cells can turn back the developmental clock under certain circumstances," the committee said. "These discoveries have also provided new tools for scientists around the world and led to remarkable progress in many areas of medicine."Just last week, Japanese scientists reported using Yamanaka's approach to turn skin cells from mice into eggs that produced baby mice.Gurdon, 79, has served as a professor of cell biology at Balenciaga Card Case Sale

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