Why might permanent errors be more likely then

Cells proofread and repair errors in the genetic information encoded in DNA. But lasting mistakes, or mutations, can happen. The most error-prone stage in DNA replication occurs after parent DNA strands have separated but before new complementary strands are in place.

Why might permanent errors be more likely then?

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