Mutation and cancer: the antecedents to our studies of adaptive mutation.

@article{Cairns1998MutationAC,
  title={Mutation and cancer: the antecedents to our studies of adaptive mutation.},
  author={John Cairns},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1998},
  volume={148 4},
  pages={1433-40}
}
LITTLE excuse is needed for still being interested environment) or simply to optimize the return from investing in protective mechanisms (a matter of costs in mutation. We are here thanks to the germline mutations experienced by our ancestors, and, at least vs. benefits). Because the germline is physically isolated from the in the developed nations of the world, more of us die from somatic mutations than from any other single environment, the obvious thought is that in large multicellular… CONTINUE READING