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Blooms syndrome gene function

  October, 16 2000 2:16
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Genes & Development

Blooming health thanks to a frog

In the October 15 issue of the scientific journal Genes & Development, Dr. Hong Yan and his team at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia detail their use of frogs to investigate how the gene defective in patients with Bloom's Syndrome functions.

Contact: Nora Poppito
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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