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Describe DNA Damage:

Definition: Define DNA damage.

What are some causes of DNA damage?

What affect does DNA damage have? Will replication proceed normally? If DNA damage is

     not repaired, what affect will it have?

Can DNA damage be repaired?

If DNA damage is not repaired, what affect will it have on the cell cycle (cell division)?

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