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Resolvase: the enzyme responsible for cutting the holliday junction

  November, 16 2001 1:04
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Resolvase: the enzyme responsible for cutting the holliday junction

Crucial genetic diversity enzyme long sought by biologists discovered by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute. Simultaneous reports by two teams at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), led by Professor Paul Russell, Ph.D., and Associate Professor Clare H. McGowan, Ph.D., identify the "resolvase" enzyme that may be responsible for generating genetic diversity during sexual reproduction and could be a target for improved anti-cancer therapy.

National Institutes of Health, R.W. Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute, and Janssen Research Foundation

Robin B. Goldsmith
Scripps Research Institute

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