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oxidative DNA damage

Saturday 11 March 2006

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) from endogenous and environmental sources induce oxidative damage to DNA, and are a threat to the integrity of genome. This oxidative DNA damage can be restored by the base excision repair (BER) pathway that is conserved from bacteria to humans.

See also

- DNA damage (DNA lesions)