DNA Damage, Mutation and Cancer

DNA repair is an collection of procedures by which a cell distinguishes and rectifies harm to the DNA atoms that encode its genome. In human cells, both ordinary metabolic exercises and ecological factors, for example, radiation can cause DNA damage.Many of these sores cause auxiliary harm to the DNA particle and can adjust or wipe out the cell's ability to transcribe the gene that the affected DNA encodes. Different injuries instigate conceivably unsafe changes in the cell's genome, which afffect the endurance of its daughter cells after it experiences mitosis. As a result, the DNA repair process is continually dynamic as it reacts to harm in the DNA structure.

 

  • Chemical Carcinogens
  • UV Damage

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