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Low temperature increases risk of DNA damage from UV radiation

03:28 EDT 4 Jul 2017 | Physorg.COM

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure can cause DNA damage and may be one of the contributing factors in the global amphibian extinction crisis. New research from Prof Craig Franklin and a team of researchers from The University of Queensland, Australia shows how tadpoles living at low temperatures are more at risk of DNA damage than previously thought.

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