Our Genome’s Guardian Can Break Bad
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A protein known as p53 has long held the grand title of “guardian of the genome” for the protection it provides against cancer-causing mutations. New work from Raffaella Sordella’s team suggests that damage can turn this genomic hero into a cancer-aiding villain. Read more.