Direct Reversal Repair

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Some DNA errors are created via a chemical reaction that has an equilibrium that can be modified by enzymes produced by plants. This is referred to as an 'error-free' mechanism since there is no new DNA synthesis involved, which could involve generating a new error.

  1. Photoreactivation Repair
  2. Direct DNA Repair by Alkyltransferases
  3. Direct DNA Repair by AlkB Family Dioxygenases