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DNA damage and repair

(l-r) Drs. Yishai Levin, Michal Sharon, Maria Füzesi-Levi and Gili Ben-Nisan

The cell’s recycler is a shape shifter that is versatile, subtle and sophisticated

Lung cancer. Image: Lange 123 on Wikimedia commons

Activity levels of a second DNA repair mechanism improve prediction of lung cancer risk

Resilience through Improvisation
Our cells are resourceful when it comes to copying DNA, even when the DNA is damaged...
Bubble, Bubble, Toil and DNA Damage

A gas bubble that mimics DNA is helping scientists understand radiation damage in the body