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Mammals divert endogenous genotoxic formaldehyde into one-carbon metabolism

11:02 EDT 17 Aug 2017 | Nature Publishing

The mechanism by which formaldehyde, a potent DNA and protein crosslinking agent, is generated from folate is described, with implications for the treatment of certain cancers.

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