Discovery of four-stranded DNA gives hope for cancer breakthrough

Scientists at Cambridge University have proven the existence of four-stranded DNA in human cells for the first time, in what they say could be a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer.

The discovery of the quadruple helix in the human genome comes 60 years after research at Cambridge by James Watson and Francis Crick first showed that DNA forms as a double helix.

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