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Lung Cells Hustle to Repair Damaged DNA Post-influenza Attack

News   Jul 31, 2019 | Original story from Duke University

 
Lung Cells Hustle to Repair Damaged DNA Post-influenza Attack

Duke researchers are studying one kind of lung cell that ramps up its DNA repair mechanisms to resist being killed by influenza. (Ciliated cells are green, basal cells are red, and cell nuclei are blue). Credit: Nicholas Heaton Lab, Duke University.

 
 
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