Dipanjan Chowdhury, Ph.D.

DNA damage occurs constantly from endogenous (e.g. reactive oxygen species, metabolic byproducts, DNA replication and recombination) and exogenous (e.g. genotoxic chemicals, ionizing radiation and UV irradiation) sources.  To survive DNA damage, cells have to rapidly sense the DNA break and proliferating cells have to stop dividing via cell cycle check points. Read more...




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