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Science 305 (5691): 1691-

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Possible New Role for BRCA2

Jean Marx

New findings, published online this week by Science (, point to a novel way in which BRCA2 inactivation may lead to cells that have abnormal chromosome numbers, a condition known as aneuploidy.

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