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Scientists uncover novel DNA repair mechanism for key cancer target

Crick scientists in collab with Artios have identified how an enzyme involved in DNA repair (POLQ) becomes vital to the survival of certain cancers in the absence of a more common method of DNA repair
9 Dec 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
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