2013 Nobel Prize in medicine awarded to 3 US based Scientists in Stockholm
Monday, Three US based Scientists Thomas Suedhof, 57 (German Born) , Randy Schekman, 64 and James Rothman, 62 awarded with the Nobel Prize for physiology and medicine at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
The base for this award is their invention of the functionality inside the human body wherein the minute bubbles (Vesicles) carries many chemicals like insulin inside the cells. This invention is being assumed as a milestone in the way of the treatment of the diseases like Alzheimer and diabetes.
These 3 Scientists got the prize of 8 million crowns ($1.2 million), Nobel prize committee announcer said that “Through their discoveries, Rothman, Schekman and Suedhof have revealed the precise transportation system by vesicles within the human body’s cell.”
By this invention the future of the treatment of diabetes, Alzheimer and other nervous disorders is very bright since due to this invention the scientist will be able to map how the insulin is manufactured within the cells and how it gets mixed in the blood and controls the blood sugar level.
Suedhof told to Reuters, that researching on the vesicular transport system is such a fascinating and fundamental topic of research since it can reveal that how a cell interacts with other cell and how the hormones and other enzymes makes the inter-dell transportation.