Israeli nobelist Aaron Ciechanover

The research done by an Israeli Nobel Prize winner has saved countless lives and revolutionized health care, agriculture, and the environment.

Did you know that our bodies have their own intricate sanitation departments in which cells degrade and recycle proteins?

Israeli biochemist Aaron Ciechanover, one of three scientists to receive the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2004, refers to the 25,000 proteins in the human body as players in the “Symphony of Life, in which a complex orchestra plays without a conductor.”

Ciechanover’s research has saved hundreds of thousands of lives and revolutionized health care, agriculture, and the environment.

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Source: United with Israel