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53BP1 Integrates DNA Repair and p53-Dependent Cell Fate Decisions via Distinct Mechanisms. Mol Cell. Article

Estimating Geographical Variation in the Risk of Zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi Infection in Countries Eliminating Malaria. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 10 (8). Article

Wnt disruption in colorectal polyps - the traditional serrated adenoma enters the fray. J Pathol, 239 (4). Article

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Genes alter action of the most commonly used Type 2 diabetes drug

Genes alter action of the most commonly used Type 2 diabetes drug

Updated 12/08/2016

WTCHG researchers, as part of an international study, have helped to uncover new genetic evidence of how the benefits of the world's most commonly used Type 2 diabetes drug may vary between individuals.

Latest Oxford Sparks podcast focuses on Prof. Green research

Latest Oxford Sparks podcast focuses on Prof. Green research

Updated 08/08/2016

Prof. Cath Green, WTCHG centre group leader and head of the Chromosome Dynamics core, speaks about her research into how sunlight damages your DNA on the latest Oxford Sparks podcast

Better treatment for skin cancers

Better treatment for skin cancers

Updated 02/08/2016

As part of an international collaboration, researchers from the WTCHG have used the intense X-rays generated at Diamond Light Source to gain important insights into how target molecules in skin cancer treatment can become resistant to drugs designed to fight the cancer, leading to ineffective treatment. Their results are published today in Nature.

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