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Pitt scientists identify how repair protein finds DNA damage

(University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences) New Pitt research shows that first responder protein rapidly scans DNA to find sites of damage, then slows down to identify damage and flag down DNA repair machinery.
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