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Flap endonucleases (FENs) are proposed to select their target phosphate diester by unpairing the two terminal nucleotides of duplex. Interstrand disulfide crosslinks, introduced by oxidation of thiouracil and thioguanine bases, abolished the specificity of human FEN1 for hydrolysis one nucleotide into the 5′-duplex.
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