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Improving human DNA repair using the tiny tardigrade

The tardigrade is a microscopic animal that resists several extreme environmental conditions, including high-intensity ionizing radiation. A study shows that this resistance is made possible by an enzymatic DNA repair system of extraordinary efficiency that could be used as inspiration for the treatment of human diseases. Download the column

6-May-2024 |

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