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Japan's Ohsumi wins Nobel Prize for cell 'recycling' work
YOSHINORI Ohsumi of Japan won the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for his pioneering work on autophagy - a process whereby cells "eat themselves" - which when disrupted can cause Parkinson's and diabetes.
He is currently a professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
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