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*'''[[User:Tanya_E_Raymond|Tanya Raymond]] 15:48, 23 January 2013 (EST)''' What are some applications of the assay developed in this paper?
*'''[[User:Tanya_E_Raymond|Tanya Raymond]] 15:48, 23 January 2013 (EST)''' What are some applications of the assay developed in this paper?
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The assay can be used to evaluate DSBs in there relation to cancer in eukaryotic cells.
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**'''[[User:Alesha Stewart| Alesha Stewart]]''' The assay can be used to evaluate DSBs in their relation to breast cancer in eukaryotic cells.
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*'''[[User:Logan_R._Myler|Logan Myler]]'''  In higher organisms, the DNA Damage Response includes a large number of proteins in order to sense the DSB, unwind DNA, and resect back the ends before single stranded binding proteins can be recruited.  How is E. coli able to do this with only RecBCD?  Also, why was only RecB knocked down in the GFP assay, but not C or D?

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  • Tanya Raymond 15:48, 23 January 2013 (EST) What are some applications of the assay developed in this paper?
    • Alesha Stewart The assay can be used to evaluate DSBs in their relation to breast cancer in eukaryotic cells.
  • Logan Myler In higher organisms, the DNA Damage Response includes a large number of proteins in order to sense the DSB, unwind DNA, and resect back the ends before single stranded binding proteins can be recruited. How is E. coli able to do this with only RecBCD? Also, why was only RecB knocked down in the GFP assay, but not C or D?
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