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First Suit Against Nobel Prize Organization Citing Defamation And Unfair Competition Practices Is Filed
Date:12/6/2012

claims that the scientists' discovery "represents a paradigm shift in our understanding of cellular differentiation and of the plasticity of the differentiated state."  The abstract goes on to claim that: "[t]ogether, Gurdon and Yamanaka have transformed our understanding of cellular differentiation.  They have demonstrated that the usually very stable differentiated state can be unlocked because it harbours a potential for reversion to pluripotency.  This discovery has introduced fundamentally new research areas, and offers exciting new opportunities to study disease mechanisms."

Dr. Xu believes, and alleges the Statement made by The Nobel Assembly is false as he was the scientist who made the discovery a decade earlier, therefore defaming his exemplary reputation.  The Nobel Assembly states that the scientists who won the Nobel Prize "have transformed our understanding of cellular differentiation" because "[t]hey have demonstrated that the usually very stable differentiated state can be unlocked because it harbours a potential for reversion to pluripotency."  Those scientists did not demonstrate as such.  It was ten years earlier that Dr. Xu made that discovery when he was able to explain how his discovery unlocked a somatic cell's potential to revert to pluripotent stem cell in situ. 

The Nobel Assembly's use of the word "unlocked" compounds the falsity of the statement because it suggests that the scientists who won the Nobel Prize are harnessing an inherent ability of a somatic cell to revert to its pluripotent state through natural means that do not alter the cells integrity. If the Nobel Prize scientists' findings consisted of leaving a somatic cell intact and unmodified, such as Dr. Xu's finding, then the Statement would have been true and accurate.  However, the Nobel Prize scientists' discovery actually consists of the creation of an altered cell having nothing to do with human
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