9 thoughts on “C42 – Hipp

    1. The Cory gene is a hypothetical Tetrahymena thermophila protein, and because T. Therm is known to cut up and repair its own genome frequently, it was hypothesized that Cory may be involved in the DNA repair mechanisms and thus potentially the DNA Damage Response Pathway.

    1. Cory is a hypothetical Tetrahymena thermophila protein, and because T. therm is thought to have a successful DNA repair pathway, it was hypothesized that Cory may have some involvement in DNA repair, and if so, potential involvement in the DNA Damage Response Pathway.

    1. The DNA Damage Response pathway is essential in maintaining the viability of cells through and the human body as a result due to its ability to repair harmful mutations and other issues involved in DNA damage, so by researching the pathway and gaining a better understanding of it, we open up the possibility of great scientific advances through DNA repair and its mechanism.

    1. I would suggest investigating other Tetrahymena thermophila proteins, especially those with more domains that are recognized to be involved with mechanisms or organelles similar or adjacent to ones we already know to be involved in DNA damage repair.

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