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- n. The state of being hypermutable
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Accumulation of mutations in both lasR and rhlR correlated with development of hypermutability.
The researchers have yet to determine what the observed hypermutability is all about, but obviously, said David M.
It was shown previously that somatic hypermutability of proto-oncogenes can induce development of lymphomas.
At present, we don't know the nature of the mechanism responsible for this hypermutability, and only speculations could be done for its physiological function (s) in normal cells.
 hypermutability was demonstrated in damaged single-strand DNA formed at double-strand breaks in yeast