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DNA-repair enzyme also plays critical role in innate immunity

  December, 8 2000 1:45
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UCSD researchers determine that DNA-repair enzyme also plays critical role in innate immunity

An enzyme involved in DNA repair has been shown by researchers at the UCSD School of Medicine to also play a critical role in innate immunity, the body's first response against invading bacteria, viruses and toxins.

Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging

Sue Pondrom
University of California, San Diego

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