Mutation rates of bases in nucleic acids.
Donald A. Lehn
donnel at helix.nih.gov
Fri Mar 6 15:34:43 EST 1992
In article <1992Mar6.173450.22698 at neptune.inf.ethz.ch> mark at inf.ethz.ch (Mark Cohen) writes:
>Could some one please direct me to some references that discuss the A->T,A->C
>A->G etc mutation probabilities in nucleic acids.
>Thanks a lot in advance for your help.
>Cohen at cumuli.vmsmail.ethz.ch
For a start, look at:
Bains, W. and Bains, J. (1987) Mutation Research 179, 65-74.
and the book:
Evolution of Genes and Proteins (1983)
Nei, M. and Kohn, R.K. eds
Sunderland,MA: Sinauer Associates Inc.
Donald A. Lehn, Ph.D. Phone: (301) 496-2885
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