Predicting Double-Strand Breaks
Tools & Technology

Accurately Predicting Double-Strand Breaks Using Public Genetic Databases

Double-strand breaks (DSBs) cause chromosomal rearrangements, such as deletions, translocations, and fusions of DNA [1]. This results in a host of issues with cellular function, making it important to map where DSBs can occur in the genome. Mourad et al used public data on the epigenome, chromatin structure, DNA motifs, …

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