Faculty mentor: Martin Horvath
In this project, MUTYH will be studied through computational modeling and an activity assay to find biological probes that can bind to the protein and affect its function. Currently, the role of Base Excision Repair (BER) pathway in cancer is still unclear, making it challenging to find therapeutic interventions. These probes can later be tested in animal models and may serve as the foundation for anticancer drug discovery.
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