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DNA Replication Origins in Microbial Genomes

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DNA Replication Origins in Microbial Genomes
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Number of pages: 117

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DNA replication, a central event for cell proliferation, is the basis of biological inheritance. Complete and accurate DNA replication is integral to the maintenance of the genetic integrity of organisms. In all three domains of life, DNA replication begins at replication origins...

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