Epigenetic Study of Histone Modifications and DNA Damage Could Lead to New Cancer Treatments

DNA damage occurs frequently to cells as a result of normal cellular processes, but one of the worst genetic malfunctions that can occur is DNA double-strand breaks, or DSBs. This can lead to cancer and increased resistance to cancer therapy. New research from scientists at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reported their … Continue reading Epigenetic Study of Histone Modifications and DNA Damage Could Lead to New Cancer Treatments