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Rodbell,

Martin, joint winner of 1994 Nobel Prize for work related to G-proteins.
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In 1987, at the request of Martin Rodbell, then the scientific director of NIEHS, Barrett founded the Laboratory of Molecular Carcinogenesis, the first laboratory at the NIEHS dedicated entirely to carcinogenesis research.
Martin Rodbell, retired from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.
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.