RNAi Community Expected Fire and Mello to Win Nobel Prize, But Not Necessarily So Soon | GenomeWeb
RNAi pioneers Andy Fire and Craig Mello have won this year’s Nobel Prize in physiology for their discovery of RNAi, the Karolinska Institute announced this week.
Though most in the RNAi field had expected the two researchers would eventually receive the prize for their work, some were surprised that it had been awarded so quickly.

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