John Vane and the mechanism of action of aspirin

Although aspirin has been one of the most used drugs available on the market since many years, its mechanism of action has been discovered only in the 70’s.

The author of this important discovery is John Vane, one of the best english Unknownpharmacologists, who died in 2004.

For his findings he was awarded with the Nobel Prize in 1982. Read more about his biography and studies here!

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