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Research by Associate Professor Ryotaro Nishi of School of Bioscience and Biotechnology and colleagues published in Gene
A research group led by Associate Professor Ryotaro Nishi has been studying the mechanisms that maintain the stability of human genomic DNA. The research of Nishi's group has recently been published in Gene, an international journal, for the discovery of an epigenetic mechanism that regulates the repair system for damage to genomic DNA.
Publication：Gene, 833, 146599
Title: USP49 is a novel deubiquitylating enzyme for γ H2AX in DNA double-strand break repair
Date published: May 19, 2022
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