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Serologicals this week announced that Rashu Bhargava Seth, a graduate student at the University of Texas Southwest Medical Center at Dallas, has been awarded the 2006 Young Cell Signaler award.

Seth was chosen from 86 entries at Serologicals' recent Cell Signaling Symposium for her presentation entitled, "Understanding Host Antiviral Signaling Pathways." She will receive $17,000 in funding for her laboratory and an $8,500 cash prize.

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