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Predicting DNA Damage

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Researchers led by Rebecca Fry at MIT, who is now at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health, have discovered a gene expression signature that can predict how well cells will respond to a DNA damaging agent. Extending this basic work to the clinic could mean better predicting how patients will respond to chemotherapy. The scientists published their findings in the September 19 online edition of the Journal Genes and Development.

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