David Allis and Phillip Sharp

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The Wiley Foundation said this week that Rockefeller University researcher David Allis has been named the recipient of the third annual Wiley Prize in the Biomedical Sciences.

“David Allis has been selected to receive this year’s Wiley Prize in the Biomedical Sciences for his significant discovery that transcription factors can enzymatically modify histones to regulate gene activity,” Gunter Blobel, a Rockefeller researcher and chairman of the Wiley Prize awards jury, said in a statement.

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