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25. In E. coli, mismatch repair involves: A) recognition of mismatched pair by MutS. B) removal of a mismatched nucleotide by DNA polymerase III. C) cleavage of the backbone by MutH. D) A and C E) A, B, and C. Ans: D
Section: 35.2 26. Huntington disease is caused by:
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Chapter 35 DNA Repair and Recombination4 27. Aflatoxin B1is an example of a(n):
Section: 35.1 28. Photolyase functions to:
Section: 35.2 29. An important feature(s) of the Ames test is/are: A) the inclusion of mammalian liver enzymes. B) a linear response curve. C) that the bacteria used are unable to grow in the absence of arginine. D) A and B. E) A, B and C. Ans: D
Section: 35.2 30. Exposure to aflatoxin B1can lead to:
Section: 35.1 Short-Answer Questions 31. Describe the difficulties in dealing with halts in DNA replication.
Section: 35.1 32. What are DNA adduct and how are they formed?
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