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  1. Nitric Oxide, Second Edition: Biology and Pathobiology
  2. No More Heart Disease: How Nitric Oxide Can Prevent--Even Reverse-- Heart Disease And Stroke by Louis J. Ignarro, 2005-02-28
  3. Third International Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides, New Orleans, Louisianna, U. S. A.: Proceedings (Advances in Cuclic Nucleotide and Protein Phosphtoylation :) by International Conference on Cyclic Nucleotides New Orleans 1977 3D, William G. George, et all 1978-06
  4. No Mas Infartos (Spanish Edition) by Dr Louis J. Ignarro, 2006-06
  5. Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Therapeutic Implications, Volume 34: Nitric Oxide: Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, And Therapeutic Implications (Advances in Pharmacology, Vol 34)
  6. Sildenafil Citrate: Viagra... Three Years Later: A Worldwide Review of Clinical Articles from the Scientific Literature by Dr. Ridwan & Louis J. Ignarro et al. eds. Shabsigh, 2001
  7. The Top 50 Lifesaving Secrets of the World's Greatest Doctors (Paperback 2007 Printing, First Edition) by Louis J. Ignarro, Asim K. Duttaroy, et all 2007
  8. No Mas Infartos (Spanish Edition) by Louis J. Ignarro, 2005-06-30

41. Nature Publishing Group
82 (State University of New York, Brooklyn) and louis J. ignarro, 57 (University Research,which is often considered a predictor of future nobel Prize winners

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cGMP trailed behind a bit, but the pioneering work of Ferid Murad, louis J.ignarro and Robert F. Furchgott was also recognized by a nobel Prize.
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43. The Importance Of Nitric Oxide
Karolinska Institute has today decided to award the nobel Prize in Physiology orMedicine for 1998 jointly to Robert F. Furchgott, louis J. ignarro and Ferid
Press Release: The 1998 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
12 October 1998 Summary
Nitric oxide (NO) is a gas that transmits signals in the organism. Signal transmission by a gas that is produced by one cell, penetrates through membranes and regulates the function of another cell represents an entirely new principle for signalling in biological systems. The discoverers of NO as a signal molecule are awarded this year´s Nobel Prize. Background Nitric oxide protects the heart, stimulates the brain, kills bacteria etc. It was a sensation that this simple, common air pollutant, which is formed when nitrogen burns, for instance in automobile exhaust fumes, could exert important functions in the organism. It was particularly surprising since NO is totally different from any other known signal molecule and so unstable that it is converted to nitrate and nitrite within 10 seconds. NO was known to be produced in bacteria but this simple molecule was not expected to be important in higher animals such as mammals. Further research results rapidly confirmed that NO is a signal molecule of key importance for the cardiovascular system and it was also found to exert a series of other functions. We know today that NO acts as a signal molecule in the nervous system, as a weapon against infections, as a regulator of blood pressure and as a gate keeper of blood flow to different organs. NO is present in most living creatures and made by many different types of cells.

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45. Newsbulletin
Following is a list of UC nobel Prize winners as of October J. Cram, 1987 chemistry;Paul D. Boyer, 1997 chemistry; louis J. ignarro, 1998 physiology
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1998 Park-and-Ride program one step closer to re-starting In two separate resolutions approved by the council, the city pledges to seek local funding for the commuter bus service or provide unspecified in-kind services if funds can't be located. The Santa Fe City Council last summer agreed to give $100,000 to the state Highway and Transportation Department, joining DOE, the Santa Fe County Commission and the Los Alamos County Council, all which had earlier this year agreed to provide an equal amount to the state road agency for the park and ride program. The DOE-Lab funds can be used only for "infrastructure" costs. Infrastructure costs could include purchasing or leasing land for dropoff and pickup lots, buses, salaries of bus drivers and mechanics. It can't be used to subsidize bus fares for employees and subcontract personnel who work at the Lab and ride the bus to work from Española, Pojoaque and Santa Fe, Stover said. All told, the state road agency has $400,000 in local government funds for the park-and-ride program, $500,000 from the highway department and about $2.2 million in federal and private funds and grants for start-up costs. The federal and private grant funds can be used only for capital outlay expenses, such as the purchase of compressed natural gas engines and retrofitting buses to accommodate these engines.

46. Nobel Prizes In Medicine And Physiology
nobel Prizes in Medicine and Physiology. a new biological principle of infection 1998Robert F. Furchgott (USA, *191606-04) louis J. ignarro (USA, *1941-05-31
Nobel Prizes in Medicine and Physiology
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E. A. v. Behring (Germany)
Sir R. Ross (United Kingdom)
N. R. Finsen (Denmark)
I. P. Pawlow (Russia)
R. Koch (Germany)
C. Golgi (Italy)
Ch. L. A. Laveran (France)
P. Ehrlich (Germany)
I. Metschnikow (France, Russia)
Th. Kocher (Switzerland)
A. Kassel (Germany)
A. Gullstrand (Sweden)
A. Carrel (USA, France)
Ch. Richet (France)
J. Bordet (Belgium)
A. Krogh (Denmark)
A. V. Hill (United Kingdom)
O. Meyerhof (Germany)
F. G. Banting (Canada)
J. J. R. Macleod (Canada)
W. Einthoven (Netherlands)
J. Fibiger (Denmark)
J. Wagner-Jauregg (Austria)
Ch. Nicolle (France)
Chr. Eijkman (Netherlands)
Sir F.G. Hopkins (United Kingdom)
K. Landsteiner (USA, Austria)
O. H. Warburg (Germany)
Ch. S. Sherrington (United Kingdom)
E.D. Adrian (United Kingdom)
Th. H. Morgan (USA)
G. R. Minot (USA)
W. P. Murphy (USA)
G.H. Whipple (USA)
H. Spemann (Germany)
Sir H.H. Dale (United Kingdom)
Otto Loewi (Austria, 1873-06-03 - 1961-12-25)
C. Heymans (Belgium)
G. Domagk

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48. Medizin-Nobelpreis Für US-Pharmakologen
Translate this page at the Karolinska Institute has today decided to award the 1998 nobel Prize in Physiologyor Medicine jointly to. Robert F Furchgott, louis J ignarro and Ferid
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Stickoxid als wichtiger Botenstoff im Herz-Kreislauf-System entschlüsselt
Die drei US-amerikanischen Pharmaforscher Robert F. Furchgott, Ferid Murad und Louis Ignarro werden in diesem Jahr mit dem Medizin-Nobelpreis ausgezeichnet. Wie das Sekretariat der Nobel-Stiftung in Stockholm am Montag mitteilte, erhalten die drei Wissenschaftler die Auszeichnung für ihre Arbeiten über die Rolle von Stickoxid als Botenstoff im Herz-Kreislaufsystem. Der Nobelpreis für Medizin ist in diesem Jahr mit umgerechnet 1,5 Millionen DM dortiert und wird am 10. Dezember, dem Todestag des Stifters Alfred Nobel, in Stockholm verliehen. Die giftigen Stickoxide sind einer breiteren Allgemeinheit vor allem als Umwelt-Problemstoff bekannt, etwa als Bestandteil der Autoabgase. In Verbindung mit Sonnenlicht tragen sie unter anderem zum Bildung des Reizgases Ozon bei, das in der unteren Atmosphäre den „Sommersmog“-Effekt bewirkt. Waffe gegen Infektionen Welche positive Wirkungen Stickoxide im Körper dageben ebenfalls haben, wurde erst durch die Forschungen der drei Nobelpreisträger bekannt. Danach nimmt Stickoxid (NO, Stickstoffmonoxid) eine wichtige Funktion bei der Regulierujng des Kreislaufsystems, indem es als Signalmolekül für Nerven und als Waffe gegen Infektionen dient.

49. Science News Article
98) Three American researchers will receive this year's nobel Prize in of Pharmacology,State University of New York; Professor louis J ignarro Department of
NObel Prize for Heart Research
By Sean Henahan, Access Excellence
Stockholm, SWEDEN (10/12/98)- Three American researchers will receive this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their work on nitric oxide and the heart. The three researchers are Professor Robert F Furchgott , Department of Pharmacology, State University of New York; Professor Louis J Ignarro Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, UCLA School of Medicine; and Professor Ferid Murad Department of Integrative Biology, Pharmacology and Physiology, University of Texas Medical School at Houston. "The discovery of nitric oxide and its function is one of the most important in the history of cardiovascular medicine," says Valentin Fuster, M.D., Ph.D., president of the American Heart Association. "It has allowed us to improve certain treatments of patients and has given us the basis to explore other mechanisms in the body which may contribute to cardiovascular disease." Graphic: The arteries are sites of a very common disease, atherosclerosis. Here, an artherosclerotic plaque has formed in a coronary artery. It consists of cholesterol, inflammatory cells, and fibrosis, and it reduces the space for blood flow in the artery. Click for more graphics.

50. 41 Nobel Laureates Sign Against A War Without International Support
In October 1999, 32 nobel laureates in physics urged the Senate to approve the ComprehensiveTest Ban Treaty, calling it central to louis J. ignarro M.
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Published on Tuesday, January 28, 2003 by the New York Times 41 Nobel Laureates Sign Against a War Without International Support by William J. Broad Forty-one American Nobel laureates in science and economics issued a declaration yesterday opposing a preventive war against Iraq without wide international support. The statement, four sentences long, argues that an American attack would ultimately hurt the security and standing of the United States, even if it succeeds. The signers, all men, include a number who at one time or another have advised the federal government or played important roles in national security. Among them are Hans A. Bethe, an architect of the atom bomb; Walter Kohn, a former adviser to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency at the Pentagon; Norman F. Ramsey, a Manhattan Project scientist who readied the Hiroshima bomb and later advised NATO; and Charles H. Townes, former research director of the Institute for Defense Analyses at the Pentagon and chairman of a federal panel that studied how to base the MX missile and its nuclear warheads. In addition to winning Nobel prizes, 18 of the signers have received the National Medal of Science, the nation's highest science honor.

51. Challenge 99 - Awards
1, 1998 through June 30, 1999. back nobel Prize, Medicine. louis J. ignarro,Molecular and Medical Pharmacolog. American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Recipients of Disinguished National Awards:
Jan. 1, 1998 through June 30, 1999
Nobel Prize, Medicine Louis J. Ignarro, Molecular and Medical Pharmacolog American Academy of Arts and Sciences Brian P. Copenhaver, History
Rochel Gelman, Psychology
Louis J. Ignarro, Molecular and Medical Pharmacology
V.A. Kolve, English Enrico Fermi Award Michael E. Phelps, Molecular and Medical Pharmacology Fulbright Scholarships Ronald T. Kelley, Near Eastern Studies
Colin H. Quigley, World Arts and Cultures
Dominique Sportiche, Linguistics
Rachelle Zukerman, Social Welfare Packard Fellowships Terence Tao, Mathematics Fernando Paganini, Electrical Engineering Guggenheim Fellowships Rogers Brubaker, Sociology Christopher B. Donnan, Anthropology Ellen Carol Dubois, History Alessandro Duranti, Anthropology Roberto H. Schonmann, Mathematics Alice Wexler, Center of the Study of Women MacArthur Fellow Saul Friedlander, History

52. Three Americans Win Nobel Prize For Work With Blood Signaling
Three Americans were awarded the 1998 nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine fortheir discovery that nitric oxide a common louis J. ignarro, 57, a
Three Americans Win Nobel Prize for Work With Blood Signaling
Los Angeles Times
Three Americans were awarded the 1998 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for their discovery that nitric oxide - a common gas better known as an air pollutant - transmits signals within the human body. That discovery led to the development of the anti-impotence drug Viagra, to a new treatment for newborns with dangerously high blood pressure in their lungs and to drugs for the treatment of shock. It is also expected to stimulate the development of new drugs for heart disease and perhaps even cancer. Louis J. Ignarro, 57, a pharmacologist at the University of California, Los Angeles, will share the $955,500 prize with Robert F. Furchgott, 82, of the State University of New York in Brooklyn and Dr. Ferid Murad, 62, of the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. "The discovery of nitric oxide and its function is one of the most important in the history of cardiovascular medicine," said Dr. Valentin Fuster, president of the American Heart Association. "It has allowed us to improve the treatment of certain patients" and will likely lead to the discovery of new ways to treat high blood pressure and heart attacks, he added. Ignarro received the news in Naples, Italy, while traveling. UCLA colleague Dr. Robin Eisner told him he had received the prize, and Ignarro asked if the call was a prank.

53. Científicos Españoles Lamentan Exclusión De Hondureño
Translate this page Europeo de Medicina, Santiago Lamas Peláez, declaró ayer que nobel de Medicinaconcedido a los estadounidenses Robert F. Furchgott, louis J. ignarro y Ferid

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55. Letters To The Editor, ASCB November 1998
The 1998 nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded jointly to Robert Furchgott,louis J. ignarro and Ferid Murad for their discoveries of nitric oxide
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56. José Saramago:Premio Nobel De Literatura 1998
Translate this page Inmediatamente después, los farmacólogos, también estadounidenses, Robert F.Furchgott, louis J. ignarro y Ferid Murad recibieron el nobel de Medicina.
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57. News Current News News Releases By Date News Releases By Topic
The nobel Prize was presented jointly to Murad and pharmacologists Robert F. Furchgott(New York) and louis J. ignarro (Los Angeles) for their discoveries
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58. Nobel For Medicine: All Laureates
Robert F. Furchgott, louis J. ignarro, Ferid Murad Murray, E. Donnall Thomas 1989J. Michael Bishop Mechnikov, Paul Ehrlich 1907 Charles louis Alphonse Laveran
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59. Prix Nobel De Physiologie Ou Médecine - Wikipedia
1997 Stanley B. Prusiner. 1998 Robert F. Furchgott, louis J. ignarro, FeridMurad. Source http//édecine
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60. Article Nobel Laureates Sign Against A War
In October 1999, 32 nobel laureates in physics urged the Senate to approve the GuilleminM Herbert A. Hauptman C Alan J. Heeger C louis J. ignarro M Eric R

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