Base excision repair
Base excision repair is a process that removes and replaces damaged or misincorporated bases in one strand of the DNA that may generate mutations if left unrepaired. The damaged base is modified and excised to create a single-stranded DNA break that is repaired to regenerate an intact helix.
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