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Inhibition of the TOR pathway (TORC2, or Ypk1/2), or the depolymerization of actin filaments results in catastrophic fragmentation of the yeast genome upon exposure to low doses of the radiomimetic drug Zeocin. We find that the accumulation of double-strand breaks (DSB) is not due to altered DSB repair, but by the uncoordinated activity of base excision repair (BER) at Zeocin-modified DNA bases. We inhibit DSB formation by eliminating glycosylases and/or the endonucleases Apn1/2 and Rad1,doi:10.1101/2020.11.15.383513 fatcat:ll7okvsf3rdvlfzuntjnmbgxfi