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A true reversion mutation is one that exactly reverses a previous mutation; the original DNA sequence is restored.
Which of the following original mutations is MOST likely to be corrected by a later true reversion mutation?
Formation of a thymine dimer.
Substitution of a C by a G.
Duplication of a chromosomal segment by unequal crossing over.
Deletion of a large DNA sequence.