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liquid-holding recovery


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A special form of dark reactivation (q.v.) in which repair of ultraviolet damage to DNA is enhanced by delaying bacterial growth and DNA replication through postirradiation incubation of cells in a warm, nutrient-free buffer for several hours before plating them on nutrient agar.

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