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Replication Fork Propagation in Escherichia coli

  • Russell J. DiGate
  • Kenneth J. Marians

Abstract

DNA replication is a complex process involving many enzymatic activities. The efficient and rapid nature of this process requires the coordination and interaction of many proteins, including the organization of these separate entities into multifunctional complexes or machines [1–8]. Much of our current knowledge pertaining to replication fork assembly and movement has come from the study of this process in the bacteria Escherichia coli and its bacteriophages.

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Replication Fork Core Enzyme Auxiliary Subunit Okazaki Fragment Prime Terminus 
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  • Kenneth J. Marians

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