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Signalling

For the survival and normal functioning of a cell and ultimately of the whole organism, conservation and protection of the native DNA sequence and structure is necessary. However, our bodies are constantly exposed to diverse types of genotoxic insults from various sources that can damage cellular DNA and threaten the survival. In order to maintain genomic integrity, eukaryotic Cells have developed intricate DNA damage sensing and repair mechanism that combats the diverse sources of DNA damage and ensures survival. The signalling responses that are triggered following DNA damage from endogenous or exogenous sources give rise to a pathway called DNA Damage Response (DDR) pathway. The DDR pathway has evolved to be a complex, yet sensitive, highly integrated and interconnected pathway. Discovery and research are never ending process; man always tries to find something new for his advancement. Journals are the means of disseminating research findings. They help the common man to explore the discovery made by scholars. Journals play a very important role in maintaining periodical record of events and help us in collecting information and thus streamlining our knowledge. Generally, journals refer to collection of Scholarly articles that are published regularly and are peer reviewed. As its peer reviewed it enhances the collaborative efforts from scholars. Internationally published journals accelerate scientific research by increasing quality, competency and credibility. They increase the performance of each and every scholar there by contributing a lot to scientific community. Molecular Biology is one of the best reputed journals which publish original research, review, Short communication, Case study in the field of Molecular Biology.
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Last date updated on July, 2014

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