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Evolving DNA Repair Polymerases: From Double—Strand Break Repair to Base Excision Repair and VDJ Recombination

By Maria Jose Martin and Luis Blanco

Submitted: April 17th 2012Reviewed: September 29th 2012Published: May 22nd 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53908

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