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Millipore announces Young Cell Signaller of the Year 2007

25th September 2007

Millipore has named Michaela Gack of Harvard Medical School as the 2007 Young Cell Signaller of the Year.

Also from the New England Primate Research Centre at Southborough in Massachusetts, Ms Gack was selected from some five finalists at the fourth annual Cell Signalling Symposium in Dundee.

The theme of the three-day event, sponsored by Millipore and the MRC protein phosphorylation unit at the University of Dundee, was the interplay between protein phosphorylation and ubiquitination on cell signalling.

Finalists had to make a 25-30 minute presentation and then take part in a question and answer session, the company states.

Ms Gack’s presentation was called TRIM25 RING-finger E3 ubiquitin ligase is essential for RIG-I-mediated antiviral activity and her prize is $20,000 (9,950 pounds) in Millipore’s Upstate reagents, a personal cash prize of $10,000 and a trophy.

Earlier this month, Millipore unveiled its new brand identity and initiative along with a new corporate tagline of "Advancing Life Science Together – Research. Development. Production."

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