Researchers Use Mass Spec Method to ID Proteins Involved in DNA Repair | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Using an unbiased proteomics analysis method, an international team of researchers has found that more than 90 proteins are involved in helping to repair damaged DNA before it is replicated.

"We believe this is the first global view of the protein landscape of a repair pathway," Markus Räschle, first author of the team's study, which was published last week in Science, told GenomeWeb. "We were not expecting it to be so complex, involving so many proteins."

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