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New research reveals capillary cells and neurons work together to ensure memory formation and storage.
This study explores cell survival, the continuous repair of DNA breaks is crucial. Failure to repair DNA effectively can result in mutations, contributing to the development of cancer.
In an exclusive interview, Dr Neville Sanjana, Associate Professor of biology at NYU and a core faculty member at the New York Genome Center, discusses the breakthrough study on STING-seq.
This article highlights a new approach to address human genetics, using STING-seq which provides roadmap to identify variants and genes, enabling deeper understanding of the noncoding genome and targets for therapies