Nobel prize-winner Edwin Krebs died from progressive heart failure. He was 91. Krebs shared the 1992 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine with Edmond Fischer for their elucidation of the regulatory role of reversible protein phosphorylation. "It was an embarrassingly simple reaction that we found," Fischer told the New York Times.

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