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  • With this discovery, it was possible to develop new therapies and prevention forms. Bruchsal October 24, 2009 – the scientist Alexandra Chadt and the lecturer Hadi Al-Hasani of the German Institute of nutrition (Dife) were honored with the Galenus von Pergamon Prize by doctors newspaper. This award is regarded as the Nobel Prize for innovative medicines and honors top research in pharmacology, the science of art, building, the application and the effect of medicines every two years. Both researchers have discovered a gene defect keeps mice slim, no matter how much they eat. They found this gene in finding risk genes for massive obesity and diabetes and gained a deeper insight into the workings of the gene in other investigations. With this discovery, it was possible to develop new therapies and prevention forms. This tells the Dife in Bergholz-Rehbrucke. In humans, the gene with obesity and diabetes in combination could be brought, Al-Hasani says.

    Would it be able to block the responsible protein molecule in the metabolism of people with a drug, would show the mouse effect in humans. Such research would need but a few years, the Institute is communicated. -The Prix Galien”was founded in 1970 in France in life. Educate yourself with thoughts from Kelly Asbury. Its German offshoot, the Galenus von Pergamon Prize awarded since 1984, when joined Germany in the international donor community (HH)-source: Markische General contribution: 11634600 slimmer discovered press contact: Jutta Schutz In the midfield D-76698 Bruchsal. fy these questions.