The fundamental importance of oxygen has been understood for centuries, but how cells adapt to changes in oxygen levels has long been unknown. This year’s Nobel Prize awarded work reveals the molecular mechanisms that underlie how cells adapt to variations in oxygen supply.
British and American scientists discovered how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability, and identified the molecular machinery (hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)) that regulates genes activity in response to varying levels of oxygen. They have paved the way for promising new strategies to fight anemia, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and other diseases.
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