A slipped replication intermediate model is stabilized by the syn orientation of N-2-aminofluorene- and N-2-(acetyl)aminofluorene-modified guanine at a mutational hotspot

Debjani Roy, Brian E. Hingerty, Robert Shapiro, Suse Broyde

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