Cancer Essentials — explore research on DNA repair

From experimental tools and methods, to pathways and signaling, genome instability, new drugs and clinical translation

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Cancer Essentials is a bi-monthly collection that provides current content on timely topics at the forefront of cancer research and oncology. It's curated by the editors of Trends in Cancer (Cell Press Reviews) and Elsevier's reference books on cancer.

In this inaugural volume, we invite you to learn more about the many aspects of DNA Repair, from experimental tools and methods, to pathways and signaling, genome instability, new drugs and clinical translation. The content follows a progressive narrative to guide logical, easy reading.

DNA repair pathways and cancer

DNA mismatch repair and microsatellite - unstable cancers

Targeting DNA repair: clinical translation

Cancer genome instability

Tools to study DNA repair


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Rafael Teixeira

Written by

Rafael Teixeira

Rafael Teixeira is acquisitions editor at Elsevier Reference books. He is responsible for Cancer Research/Oncology, Medical Informatics/Bioinformatics, Systems Biology and Biostatistics book programs.

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