Saturday, October 24, 2009

Is DNA of human brain neuronsunder continuing repair or not?

DNA repair in normal adult human brain neurons
No. But all DNA has a built in redundancy and error correction before it is decoded into proteins.
in fact no..
if DNA in any cell is compeletely damaged it can't be repair again and it will lead to mutation
The DNA of a neuron cannot lead to a mutation because neurons do not divide. Mutation requires cell division.

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