Localization of ABH Proteins in Cervical Carcinoma Cells

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Submitted by Dragony Fu of the Samson Laboratory in the Center for Environmental Health Sciences and the Department of Biological Engineering

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Dragony Fu
Samson Laboratory, Center for Environmental Health Sciences and Department of Biological Engineering
Epi-Fluorescence Micrograph

"Human AlkB homolog (ABH) proteins comprise a large family of iron-dependent dioxygenases with diverse functions.  The distinct subcellular localization of ABH proteins(shown here in HeLa human cervical carcinoma cells) highlights their roles in numerous cellular processes, including DNA and RNA repair, the DNA damage response and cell death."