Evidence in Escherichia coli that N3-methyladenine lesions induced by a minor groove binding methyl sulfonate ester can be processed by both base and nucleotide excision repair

D. Shah, J. Kelly, Y. Zhang, P. Dande, J. Martinez, G. Ortiz, G. Fronza, H. Tran, A. M. Soto, L. Marky, B. Gold

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