By: EC Friedberg, GC Walker and W Siede
698 pages, Figs, tabs
Major revision of the comprehensive text (first published in 1985 as DNA Repair) which deals with the manifold ways in which living cells respond to genomic injury and alterations, including both spontaneous and environmentally induced DNA damage. In addition to the extensively revised material on DNA repair, there are four new chapters by Graham Walker on mutagenesis.
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