UNC-Chapel Hill biochemist and 2015 Nobel Prize winner Aziz Sancar (left) addresses a crowd in Davis Library on campus in as a 2007 Nobel winner, the late Oliver Smithies, listens. Sancar’s lab continues to produce cutting-edge research on DNA repair.
UNC-Chapel Hill biochemist and 2015 Nobel Prize winner Aziz Sancar (left) addresses a crowd in Davis Library on campus in as a 2007 Nobel winner, the late Oliver Smithies, listens. Sancar’s lab continues to produce cutting-edge research on DNA repair. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
UNC-Chapel Hill biochemist and 2015 Nobel Prize winner Aziz Sancar (left) addresses a crowd in Davis Library on campus in as a 2007 Nobel winner, the late Oliver Smithies, listens. Sancar’s lab continues to produce cutting-edge research on DNA repair. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo

At UNC-CH, Nobel-winner Aziz Sancar’s lab adds to its toolbox for studying DNA repair

June 18, 2017 06:00 AM

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