U.S. biochemist wins Nobel for work on DNA cell transcription

An American chemist and son a Nobel Prize winner has won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for his work determining how DNA administers information for building and running a living cell. Roger Kornberg, a biochemist at Stanford University, figured out the complex the transcription process by which a gene's DNA is copied to tell a cell how to grow and operate.

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