James Haber (Brandeis) 1: Broken Chromosome Repair by Homologous Recombination

Bernard Jenkins


  1. What if the ionization of hydrogen in water prevents certain breaks? From what was discribed in the BIR it seems like a loss of magnetic energy is taking place… I caught a glimpse of that as soon as you said that three of them were in B form and the rest were stretched. Although there is technically no "loss" of energy during a branch exchange, it might be the lack of energy that leaves part of the DNA lagging behind causing a break in the first place.

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