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Rodbell,

Martin, joint winner of 1994 Nobel Prize for work related to G-proteins.
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Martin Rodbell was awarded a Nobel Prize for discovering "signal technology," the system by which healthy human cells communicate in order to repair, renew and replicate themselves.
He worked as a postdoctoral fellow under former NIEHS scientific director Martin Rodbell at the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases.
Martin Rodbell - delivers beneficial natural compounds into the interior of skin cells in both the surface layers and deep understructure of skin, where these compounds promote collagen synthesis to repair and rebuild damage.