The Molecule of the Year 2004 is the imidazole-4-acetic acid- ribotide (IAA-RP), announced on December 15, 2004 during the International Scientific Programme 2004 of the International Society for Molecular and Cell Biology Protocols and Researches, Inc. (ISMCBPR) held at the Graduate and Continuing Education Building, University of the Philippines in the Visayas, Iloilo City Campus, Philippines. The title goes to the researchers of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York with Dr. George Prell as the First Author. The six molecules nominated for the Molecule of the Year 2004 are Trim5alpha, PINK1, IKKBeta, PDE4D, Hmr and IAA-RP. Each nominated molecule is accompanied by corresponding selected publications. After careful deliberation by the voting members of ISMCBPR, IAA-RP was announced the winner. For more information, please visit the following web sites:
Visit the Mount Sinai School of Medicine News Media for the Press Release on the Molecule of the Year 2004.
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