Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, February 26th, 2003
Subsequent studies showed that the gene's protein product is involved in the repair of broken DNA, therefore explaining the children's illness: The generation of the vast repertoire of immune cells (B and T cells) that protect us against pathogens involves the breakage and rejoining of DNA. Exposure to radiation also results...
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