DNA Replication & Recombination

DNA recombination makes it possible for a damaged chromosome to repair itself by using a second copy of the same inheritable information as a companion. DNA replication, repair, and recombination (DRRR) are the fundamental processes needed for faithful transmission of inheritable information within and between generations. The DRRR genes protect the cells from implicit mutations and damage during the experimental phases and stress conditions.


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