Judit Nagy Dies

Judit Nagy, an Imperial College London research scientist, renowned protein chemist, and pioneer in the field of proteomics, died in a traffic accident at the age of 47, reports The Guardian. She focused her research on producing and studying the enzyme catalase-peroxidase to determine its role in the activation of the tuberculosis drug isoniazid, the Guardian says.

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