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Mammals divert endogenous genotoxic formaldehyde into one-carbon metabolism

The mechanism by which formaldehyde, a potent DNA and protein crosslinking agent, is generated from folate is described, with implications for the treatment of certain cancers.
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Nature548, 549–554 (2017); doi:10.1038/nature23481In this Article, owing to an error during the production process, the keys to the growth curve graphs in Fig. 3d and 3e were inadvertently missing. The original Article has been corr...

Erratum: Mammals divert endogenous genotoxic formaldehyde into one-carbon metabolism

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