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Collaborative research with Dr. Allan Conney at Rutgers University yields insight into the mechanism of caffeine’s protective effects after UV damage in mouse skin.

A study looking at the effects of caffeine on the inhibition of the ATR/Chk1 pathway is published in Cancer Research. They found that administration of caffeine to mice enhances clearance of DNA-damaged cells after treatment with UV. [pdf].

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