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Origin of replication


The origin of replication is a particular sequence in a genome at which replication is initiated. This can either be DNA replication in living organisms such as prokaryotes and eukaryotes, or RNA replication in RNA viruses, such as double-stranded RNA viruses. DNA...
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DNA replication, the basis for biological inheritance, is a fundamental process occurring in all living organisms to copy their DNA. This process is "semiconservative" in that each strand of the original double-stranded DNA molecule serves as template for the...
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Replication begins at some replication origins earlier in S phase than at others, ... In order to be replicated, each origin of replication must be bound by: ...
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Many bacteria have circular chromosomes with single origins of replication. ... The origin of replication will only be labeled with the pulse time is extended ...
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... created an artificial mammalian origin of replication that will facilitate the ... The artificial mammalian replication origin will enable scientists to explore ...
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A database of DNA replication origin sites ... to identify the location of replication origins throughout the budding yeast genome. ...
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... that inhibition of SV40 origin-based DNA replication by the CMV ... A majority of DNA replication origins in both prokaryotic (3, 11, 35, 42, 53, 56, ...
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Regulated Replication Is Independent of Sequence. Origin Choice Is Developmentally Regulated ... of eukaryotic replication that does not require defined origin ...
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The putative origin of replication in prokaryotic genomes can be located by a ... multiple origins of replication, which makes it possible ...
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Replication begins at some origins earlier in S phase than at others, but the ... In order to be replicated, each origin of replication must be bound by: ...
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... locate the origin and terminus of. replication in microbial ... The origin of replication is. predicted at position 4040 kbp rather than at position zero. ...
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... DNA replication starts at a site on the DNA called the origin of replication. ... <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1345836/origin-of-replication> ...
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Metazoan genomes contain thousands of replication origins, but only a limited ... The first eukaryotic origins of replication were identified in Saccharomyces ...
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This origin of replication is unwound, and the partially unwound strands form a " ... group of enzymes at the replication fork moves away from the origin, unwinding ...
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By contrast, the replication origins of Xenopus and Drosophila early cleavage ... The somatic cells of metazoans organize their replication origins in yet another ...
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Some ARS sequences have been confirmed as bona fide origins of replication. ... In eukaryotes, one origin of replication occurs every 10-330 kb (compare with ...
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... that following initiation at a particular origin of replication, DNA synthesis ... At each origin, two replication forks (oppositely oriented, as shown in ...
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