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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.

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  • The researchers have yet to determine what the observed hypermutability is all about, but obviously, said David M.

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  • It was shown previously that somatic hypermutability of proto-oncogenes can induce development of lymphomas.

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  • 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.

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  • [35] hypermutability was demonstrated in damaged single-strand DNA formed at double-strand breaks in yeast

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