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Do single crossovers occur in circular polynucleotides?
Single crossovers in circular pieces of DNA do not seem to be a big topic, because if they happened, they would lead to a kind of combined chromosome with two inner strands and one large outer strand. ...
Jun 17 '12 at 12:06
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