Ben-Gurion University researchers get prestigious mention

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June 10, 2012 13:07

 
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An article by three Ben-Gurion University of the Negev brain researchers – Prof. Alon Friedman, Prof. Ilya Fleidervish and Prof. Michael Gutnick – was published Sunday in a collection of writings in the prestigious Journal of Physiology to honor two Nobel Prize laureates, Prof. Andrew F. Huxley and Prof. Alan L. Hodgkin.

The university in Beersheba said Sunday that the 1996 article was chosen to be in the special new edition of the journal, presenting the 30 best writings on the British laureates who in the 1940s discovered how nerve cells transmit electrical impulses between the skin and the brain.

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