R814 Summer 2018 The Repair Or Mis-repair by Key Enzymes Of DNA Damage
Thursday, 9:40–11:05, July 19
Instructor: Evan Douple
One of the many amazing and important stories in molecular biochemistry is the discovery of several key enzymes that function in a marvelous synchrony to repair damage to our DNA in situ. We will review the key studies and findings that explain how our DNA can be damaged, how it is under constant surveillance, how the choreographed functions of key enzymes result in repair or mis-repair of damage to this important molecule, and the resulting health effects.
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