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oxygen the key to routine chromosome damage

  March, 20 2002 2:36
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oxygen the key to routine chromosome damage

USC researchers define role of protein, discover cause of chromosome damage
Pinpointing oxygen as the cause of routine chromosome damage and defining the role of a key protein in the repair of that damage are the subjects of two recently published papers from researchers at the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Jon Weiner
University of Southern California

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