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| COLD STORAGE: Cells from Coriell Institute for Medical Research that have been collected by and distributed to scientists from around the world, have played a key role in advancing the understanding of DNA repair. |
"Our goal is to take our understanding of the individual excision enzymes to the next level [and] understand not only enzyme structure, DNA damage recognition, and catalysis for individual steps, but also how the enzyme and DNA conformational changes and timing allow directed channeling of damaged DNA; in other words,...
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