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TOPK as a novel determinant of radiosensitivity

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Radiotherapy is the use of ionising radiation to induce localised DNA damage to cancerous tissues, leading to cell death and disease control. In order to maximise tumour growth control and to limit damage of the healthy surrounding tissues and the consequent side effects for the patient, molecular determinants of tumour radioresistance are investigated as potential clinical targets.

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MSD
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Oncology
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Pirovano, GM
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Pirovano, GM
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DPhil
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University of Oxford
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