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The replication fork is a structure that forms within the nucleus during DNA replication. It is created by helicases, which break the hydrogen bonds holding the two DNA strands together. The resulting structure has two...
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It has been suggested that Replication fork be merged into this article or section. ... helicase unwinds DNA at the replication fork, the DNA ahead is forced ...
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Replication Fork Stalling at Natural Impediments. Ekaterina V. Mirkin† and ... Such sites are therefore called RFPs, for "replication fork pausing" sites. ...
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The mechanism of replication fork assembly emerged as a result of subsequent ... PRIA-DIRECTED REPLICATION FORK ASSEMBLY AT D LOOPS ...
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Replication fork It has been suggested that this article or ... replication ... is the DNA strand opposite the replication fork from the leading strand. ...
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replication n. A fold or a folding back. A reply to an answer; a rejoinder. Law. ... Proteins at the replication fork address each of these problems. ...
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As the replication fork moves on, leading and lagging strands twist. into helical forms. ... DNA Replication Fork. Roll over for. more info " ...
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for bacterial replication forks, see references 135 and 220; ... RFBs, for "replication fork barriers" (the exceptions are rep ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... replication fork. Definition ... GO:0005663 DNA replication factor C complex. I. GO:0043596 nuclear replication fork ...
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Replication Forks and Accessory Enzymes ... As replication occurs, the helicase molecules are pushed toward the fork where ... at a DNA replication fork. ...
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the biochemical mechanisms for DSB repair and replication. fork restart. ... replication fork stall and restart so that the. underlying mechanism can be ...
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Replication Fork Stalling at Natural Impediments. Ekaterina V. Mirkin and ... Such sites are therefore called RFPs, for "replication fork pausing" sites. ...
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Encounter of progressing replication forks with DNA damage or with sequences ... Replication fork reversal was proposed to occur (i) in helicase mutants (in a ...
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... part and the open part is called a replication fork. ... Problem: it reaches the replication fork, but the helicase is moving in the opposite direction. ...
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In cells, replication forks proceed slowly throughout chromatin, rather than ... Mrc1 and Tof1 Promote Replication Fork Progression and Recovery Independently of ...
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Several enzymes at the replication fork are essential to the synthesis of both strands. ... Eventually, the two replication forks of the circular chromosome meet at a ...
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If the rate of replication fork movement in this cell lines is 2000 bp per min, ... without an origin will be copied by a replication fork moving through it. ...
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