Damaged DNA amplified by activities such as smoking

15 enero 2015

For the first time, researchers have succeeded in amplifying genes altered by activities such as smoking — with changes that can lead to lung cancer. As the amplified genes retain the altered information, this marks an important step towards quickly and efficiently localizing this type of genetic alteration and improving our ability to analyze causes of cancer.
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