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A roadblock on the DNA highway

Understanding DNA crosslink repair

According to Puck Knipscheer, proteins work together as fascinating little machines, each with a different function. And these machines can fix some of the most complicated damage our bodies can encounter: DNA crosslinking. The Knipscheer Group seeks to unravel which and how proteins repair this DNA damage.


<p>Made by: Aline Idzerda 2011<br />
Camera &amp; editing: John Treffer<br />
Music: Daan van West<br />
Graphic design: SproetS</p>
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Thanks to the coworkers at the Hubrecht Institute, the researchers at the Puck Knipscheer Group</p>