DNA MCQ - DNA Damage

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Crosslinking is a form of

damage which links 2 DNA bases together via

agents with 2 DNA binding sites. This prevents DNA separation and results in a lack of DNA

Crosslinks can be formed either

or

strand and have been exploited in cisplatin and

carboplatin



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