Autophagy, the process of recycling cells to provide energy needed to keep a starving cell alive, is the subject of this year's Nobel prise winner for physiology or medicine for Yoshinori Ohsumi of the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
He began to conduct his research in 1988 as a well-studied organism intensively used by biologist in their work. He dealt with the difficulties of the finding and the detailed observation in order to find the process of autophagy. Eventually, the result was published in 1992 that became the first to be elucidated in its entirety as part of the Human Genome Project.
Moreover, Dr. Oshumi was able to construct a complete picture of the process for his finding as it is a fundamental cellular process as well as this work has cast a light on diseases including Parkinson's and some sorts of diabetes.
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Autophagy, the process of recycling cells to provide energy needed to keep a starving cell alive, [you need conjunction or subject, if you reducing it, you should have verb-ing or to infinitive, depend on you type of clause] is the subject of this year
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... as well as this work
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