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“Dr. Elena Yaronskaya (Fig. 1) unexpectedly passed away much too early on September 24th 2011. Elena
was born in Magnitogorsk (former Soviet Union, now Russian Federation) on May 10th 1955. Fig. 1 Elena Yaronskaya (1955–2011) Following biology studies, she graduated from the Department of Biology, Belorussian State University, Minsk, in 1977. Thereafter, she pursued post-graduate studies at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow), named after academicians M. M. Shemyakin and Yu. A. Ovchinnikov, for another 3 years. In 1983, she defended her doctoral (“kandidat nauk”) thesis concerning “Studies of lipid dependence of the microsome pyrophosphatase” with excellent honors. Returning to Minsk, she worked at the Institute of Photobiology (now: Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering) of the Academy of Sciences of Belarus, in the Laboratory of Biochemistry and Biophysics of the Photosynthetic Apparatus, headed by Professor Dr. Alexander Shlyk.