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lol... DNAase? Probably an enzyme that degrades DNA.. They are usually called nucleases... Well if there is a mutation or something interpheres with the maturation of the protein in RER and/or Golgi apparatus the DNA will remain intact, it won't be able to be broken down to base pairs. I'm not sure if such a case is compatible with life..
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