Rockefeller Science Among the “Hottest” in New Research According to SCOPUS Database

Elsevier tracks activity in its SCOPUS database, a comprehensive compilation of citation information covering global science.   In their latest report of the 25 “hottest” titles in Biochemsitry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology they list a recent publication co-authored by Rockefeller’s Michel Nussenzweig.    The paper, “53BP1 Inhibits Homologous Recombination in Brca1-Deficient Cells by Blocking Resection of DNA Breaks  was published in the April issue of Cell.   They also cite among the top 25 an article reporting research from the de Lange lab:  “Persistent Telomere Damage Induces Bypass of Mitosis and Tetraploidy ” also published in Cell in April.