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How Cells Keep Growing Even When Under Attack

News   Aug 06, 2020 | Original story from the University of Massachusetts Amherst

 
How Cells Keep Growing Even When Under Attack

Biochemist Peter Chien, reports on recent experiments and discovery about how bacteria switch gears to respond to different stresses but still maintain normal cell functions like DNA replication. Credit: University of Massachusetts Amherst

 
 
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