A type of DNA repair which occurs when both nucleotides in a base pair are missing, such that it is not possible to maintain accuracy. In general, the repair proteins replace the missing nucleotides randomly. The idea is that "bad" DNA is better than no DNA at all.
Selected error-prone repair links:
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