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VII. Summary In the ten years since thymine dimers were first isolated from irradiated DNA, the field of photobiology has become increasingly more sophisticated. With time, more photoproducts have been discovered and more 52 RONALD Ο. RAHN discriminating methods of measuring these photoproducts have emerged. Most important, the study of repair systems that operate specifically on certain photoproducts has assumed a central role in molecular photobiology. Armed with a knowledge of the relative rates of both photo product formation and repair, the invesitgator is in a good position to quantitatively interpret the complex events that follow the irradiation of a cell.
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