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The requirement of the WXXF motif further strengthens the previous assumption that UNG might have an alternate function, other than its conventional U‐glycosylase activity, that is essential to the postbreak repair‐recombination phase of CSR. It is well known that mechanically distinct repair pathways are involved in CSR, SHM, and gene conversion; it remains to be seen how these pathways are controlled, given UNG plays a noncanonical role. 9. Conclusion The essential function of AID is DNA cleavage at the specific target in SHM and CSR.