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As replication nears completion, "bubbles" of newly replicated DNA meet and fuse, ... Control of Replication ... Licensing: positive control of replication ...
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Definition of replication bubble in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of replication bubble. ... replication bubble. replication cell. Replication Command Language ...
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Meaning of replication bubble as a legal term. What does replication bubble mean in law? ... replication bubble. Reply. reply brief. Repo and balance due ...
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The replication of DNA in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. ... Two replication forks migrate from the bubble outwards, synthesising DNA as they ...
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Replication,bubble,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... molecule, an area known as the replication bubble ...
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DNA replication begins with a partial unwinding of the double helix at an area ... electron microscopes as a "bubble" and is thus known as a replication bubble. ...
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Within the replication bubble, each strand serves as the template for a new ... As the chains elongate, the replication bubble expands in both directions, and ...
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... form a "replication bubble", with one replication fork on either ... As replication nears completion, "bubbles" of newly replicated DNA meet and fuse, ...
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They will also have a small replication bubble, and hence they will move fast in ... However, those with more extensive replication will have a larger bubble. ...
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The replication bubble can result from either bidirectional or unidirectional ... If the chromosome is circular, the replication bubble makes a q structure. ...
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It has been suggested that Replication fork be merged into this article ... strands continue to unwind on each side of the bubble, forming replication forks. ...
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... by a DNA helicase and the result is the foprmation of a replication bubble. At ... The replication of our cellular DNA occurs from an internal point ...
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... two replication forks are relatively near each other a replication bubble forms ... ยท the replication bubbles originate at the origins of replication, and ...
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... in both directions from the replication origins, creating a replication bubble. The replication is therefore said to be bi-directional. ...
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... (ssDNA) in structures that resemble replication bubbles4. While wild type (WT) ... post release, suggesting that replication bubbles do not expand in HU ...
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Replication bubbles were observed in most fragments derived from a 40-kb single ... Replication bubbles, however, were not detected in HH6.3. Bubble arcs also were ...
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