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Brian Kobilka

Brian Kobilka, MD, professor and chair of molecular and cellular physiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, received the 2012 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

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the comments of Kris Newby, Stanford Medical School, October 10, 2012 8:54 AM

Congrats Brian!

The Stanford research community is so proud of your curiosity, your dedication to unraveling the mysteries of how cells work, and your humility.

 
 
the comments of John Sanford, October 10, 2012 9:15 AM

A well-deserved honor for amazing work. Congratulations, Brian!

 
 
the comments of Marnae Passantino, Neurosurgery Los Gatos, October 10, 2012 3:19 PM

Congratulations Brian,
Great Job

 
 
the comments of Andrew Freinkel, MD, October 11, 2012 11:58 AM

Congratulations!!!!!

 
 
the comments of Richard O. Jones, Riverdale, MD, October 26, 2012 7:09 AM

Two things--the exposure of twining in and out of the cell 3 times--what kind of capacity or competence does that impart to the GCPR over simply passing through the cell membrane, and are these found in plants as well? And, certainly, congratulations on hewing to the line you had to for so looong and the well-deserved recognition it's brought to you and the team that got these results. And have a great day, Richard O. Jones

 
 
the comments of bouhedli, June 26, 2013 4:08 AM

Congratulations!!!!!

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