Inhibiting DNA Repair Enzyme Called PARG Could Be Way to Fight Ovarian Cancer

Inhibiting DNA Repair Enzyme Called PARG Could Be Way to Fight Ovarian Cancer
Inhibiting the PARG enzyme could be a good way to fight ovarian cancer, according to a study. The research, “First-In-Class Chemical Probes Against Poly(ADP-Ribose) Glycohydrolase (PARG) Inhibit DNA Repair With Differential Pharmacology To Olaparib,” was published in the journal ACS Chemical Biology. Cancer cells are constantly multiplying, but the division process can include errors that

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