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A new review from the Latham Lab!

Updated: Aug 27

Samiur, Marella, and Tanner spent quality time during the shut-down researching and co-writing a review that covered as many of the reported disease-associated mutations found in human MRE11, RAD50, or NBS1 as they could find. The goal was to think about and present these mutations in the context of the structure of MRN. Dr. Latham contributed some really nice figures! It was published in the Cells online journal in July. We hope that it will be a super useful reference for any one who is interested in the MRN complex and its association with disease. DOI: 10.3390/cells9071678


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