'Protein-scaffolding' for repairing DNA damage

06:41 EDT 28 Oct 2019 | Science Daily

Researchers have discovered how some types of proteins stabilize damaged DNA and thereby preserve DNA function and integrity. This new finding also explains why people with inborn or acquired defects in certain proteins cannot keep their DNA stable and develop diseases such as cancer.

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