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The Intrinsic Lability of DNA, and the continuous DNA repair triggered in this fashion

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DNA repair is vital for the steadfast transmission of all life. Throughout the lifetime of any organism, DNA is constantly attacked by physical and chemical mutagens that require continuous repair in a highly regulated process.

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