Chemistry Nobel granted for deciphering DNA repair

Researchers honored for work on how cells fix damaged genetic material

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MOLECULAR EDITORS  Tomas Lindahl (left), Aziz Sancar (center) and Paul Modrich (right) shared the 2015 Nobel Prize in chemistry for working out how cells fix damaged DNA.

From left: Francis Crick Institute; Max Englund/UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine; Courtesy of Duke University

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