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Genetic Requirement for Mutagenesis of the G[8,5-Me]T Cross-Link in Escherichia coli: DNA Polymerases IV and V Compete for Error-Prone Bypass

By Paromita Raychaudhury and Ashis K. Basu
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Publisher: American Chemical Society
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