It has long been known that cells repair chemically or physically damaged DNA. But the discovery that damaged RNA can also be repaired may come as a surprise. What's more, some of the same enzymes are involved.
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Begley, T., Samson, L. A fix for RNA. Nature 421, 795–796 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/421795a
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