SnapShot: Origins of DNA replication

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Abstract

The fundamental unit of DNA replication, the replicon, is governed by a cis-acting replicator sequence and a trans-activating initiator factor. Despite the increased size and complexity of eukaryotic genomes, eukaryotic DNA replication continues to be guided by the fundamental principles and concepts established in the replicon model.

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Creager, R. L., Li, Y., & MacAlpine, D. M. (2015, April 9). SnapShot: Origins of DNA replication. Cell. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2015.03.043

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