Nucleotide excision repair - Biology - Prof. Sean filman - Lecture 14 of 20 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Biology

Description: This cartoon animation shows how DNA damage is fixed by a process called "nucleotide excision repair" (NER). The target is the DNA adducted by the human bladder carcinogen 4-aminobihpheny. The NER machinery represented by cartoon mice takes the problematic portion of the DNA and trash it. The missing strand is replaced by a new DNA strand
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