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Varshavsky's Contributions

Deshaies, Raymond (2004) Varshavsky's Contributions. Science, 306 (5700). pp. 1290-1292. ISSN 0036-8075.

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We are writing to express our enthusiasm that the discovery of the ubiquitin conjugation system has been acknowledged with the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to three outstanding biochemists: Avram Hershko and Aaron Ciechanover of the Technion Institute in Israel, and Irwin Rose of the University of California at Irvine (“Gold medal from cellular trash,” G. Vogel, News Focus, 15 Oct., p. 400). Unraveling the chemistry that underlies the attachment of ubiquitin to proteins that are destined to be degraded was a magnificent achievement and is fully deserving of this recognition.

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Official Citation:Varshavsky's Contributions Wolfgang Baumeister, Andreas Bachmair, Vincent Chau, Robert Cohen, Phil Coffino, George DeMartino, Raymond Deshaies, Juergen Dohmen, Scott Emr, Daniel Finley, Randy Hampton, Christopher Hill, Mark Hochstrasser, Robert Huber, Peter Jackson, Stefan Jentsch, Erica Johnson, Yong Tae Kwon, Michele Pagano, Cecile Pickart, Martin Rechsteiner, Martin Scheffner, Thomas Sommer, William Tansey, Mike Tyers, Richard Vierstra, Allan Weissman, Keith D. Wilkinson, and Dieter Wolf Science 19 November 2004: 306 (5700), 1290-1292. [DOI:10.1126/science.306.5700.1290]
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