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      The polymerase in its labyrinth: mechanisms and implications of RNA recombination.

      Trends in Genetics
      Biological Evolution, DNA-Directed RNA Polymerases, metabolism, Genetic Variation, Models, Genetic, RNA, RNA Viruses, genetics, Recombination, Genetic, Templates, Genetic

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          The wide variety of RNA viruses, and the diseases associated with them, may result in part from the capacity of RNA genomes to evolve through genetic recombination. Here we address the mechanism of RNA recombination, and ask questions about its prevalence and purpose in nature.

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