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Biology Articles » Genetics » DNA repair mechanisms relocate in response to stress
March 27, 2009 -- Like doctors making house calls, some DNA repair enzymes can relocate
to the part of the cell that needs their help, a collaborative team of
scientists at Emory University School of Medicine has found.
signal that prompts relocation is oxidative stress, an imbalance of
cellular metabolism connected with several human diseases.
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