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SEBM Best Paper Awards for articles published in 2011
Date:4/20/2012

SEBM is pleased to announce the winners of the Best Paper Awards for articles published in the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine during 2011. SEBM recognizes the best paper annually in each of 3 categories: Clinical/Preclinical and Translation Research, Experimental Biology, and Interdisciplinary Research. The Interdisciplinary Research Award memorializes Nobel Laureate Dr. Alan MacDiamard. The first author of each Best Paper will receive a cash award and all authors will be recognized in the journal and at the Society's Reception at the Experimental Biology Meeting in San Diego on April 22, 2012.

Category: Clinical/Preclinical and Translational

Bindu Kanathezhath, Myra Mizokami, Sharleny Stanislaus, Catherine Hounshell, Lynne Neumayr, Hua Guo, John E Hearst, Mark C Walters, and Frans A Kuypers

"Improved engraftment with minimal graft-versus host disease after major histocompatability complex-mismatched cord blood transplantation with photochemically treated donor lymphocytes"
Exp Bio Med 236(4): 492-504

Category: Experimental Biology

Yukio Hirabyashi , Yoshihiro Hatta, Jin Takeuchi , Isao Tsuboi , Tomonori Harada, Kentaro Ono , Wilhelm R Glomm, Masahiro Yasuda , Shin Aizawa

"Novel three-dimensional long-term bone marrow culture system using polymer particles with grafted epoxy-polymer-chains supports the proliferation and differentiation of hematopoietic stem cells"
Exp Biol Med 236(11): 1342-1350

Alan MacDiarmid Award in the Interdisciplinary Research Category

Christopher Lotz, Maria Lazariotto, Andreas Redel, Thorsten M. Smul, Jan Stumpner, Christoph Blomeyer, Tobias Tischer-Zeitz, Johannes Schmidt, Joanna Pociej, Norbert Roewer, Franz Kehl and Markus Lange

"Activation of peroxisome-proliferator-activated receptors a and g mediates remote ischemic preconditioning against myocardial infarction in vivo"
Exp Biol Med 236(1):113-122


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Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
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