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Old 03-11-2013
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kaplan says at one place xeroderma is a defect in exinuclease
at another place that its a defect in exicion endonuclease

now does there exi = exo ............. i am confused

or they the one and same thing

em so bad i even make medicine sick
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it is indeed a Nucleotide excision repair defect mediated by a loss of Endonuclease activity which normally repairs damaged DNA strands..

excision is the process and endonucleases are needed for the process to work.
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