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Correction: Highly Mutagenic Exocyclic DNA Adducts Are Substrates for the Human Nucleotide Incision Repair Pathway

  • Paulina Prorok,
  • Christine Saint-Pierre,
  • Didier Gasparutto,
  • Olga S. Fedorova,
  • Alexander A. Ishchenko,
  • Hervé Leh,
  • Malcolm Buckle,
  • Barbara Tudek,
  • Murat Saparbaev

Correction: Highly Mutagenic Exocyclic DNA Adducts Are Substrates for the Human Nucleotide Incision Repair Pathway

  • Paulina Prorok, 
  • Christine Saint-Pierre, 
  • Didier Gasparutto, 
  • Olga S. Fedorova, 
  • Alexander A. Ishchenko, 
  • Hervé Leh, 
  • Malcolm Buckle, 
  • Barbara Tudek, 
  • Murat Saparbaev
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Information was missing from the Funding statement. The second sentence of Funding should read, "Russian Federal Program 'Scientific and education personnel for innovative Russia' for 2009-2013 (http://mon.gov.ru) [Nos. 8092 and 8473 to A.A.I. and O.S.F.]."