DNA Damage, Mutation and Cancer

DNA fix is an assortment of systems by which a cell recognizes and corrects damage to the DNA particles that encode its genome. In human cells, both conventional metabolic activities and natural variables, for instance, radiation can cause DNA damage. Many of these bruises truly hurt assistant the DNA molecule and can change or crash the cell's capacity to translate the quality that the impacted DNA encodes. Various wounds induce possibly dangerous changes in the cell's genome, which afffect the perseverance of its girl cells after it encounters mitosis. Therefore, the DNA fix process is persistently powerful as it responds to hurt in the DNA structure.

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