Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

The Mechanisms of DNA Replication

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David Stuart
David Stuart

University of Alberta,
Canada

Published20 February 2013

Doi10.5772/3433

ISBN978-953-51-0991-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5357-3

Copyright year2013

Number of pages500

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

4. DNA Replication in Archaea, the Third Domain of Life

By Yoshizumi Ishino and Sonoko Ishino

3,142
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5. Proposal for a Minimal DNA Auto-Replicative System

By Agustino Martinez-Antonio, Laura Espindola-Serna and Cesar Quiñones-Valles

2,473
2,136
1
9. The Role of WRN Helicase/Exonuclease in DNA Replication

By Lynne S. Cox and Penelope A. Mason

2,657
13. The Mechanisms of Epigenetic Modifications During DNA Replication

By Takeo Kubota, Kunio Miyake and Takae Hirasawa

3,403
1
14. Chromatin Damage Patterns Shift According to Eu/ Heterochromatin Replication

By María Vittoria Di Tomaso, Pablo Liddle, Laura Lafon-Hughes, Ana Laura Reyes-Ábalos and Gustavo Folle

3,898
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15. A Histone Cycle

By Douglas Maya, Macarena Morillo-Huesca, Lidia Delgado Ramos, Sebastián Chávez and Mari-Cruz Muñoz-Centeno

3,335
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16. Replicating – DNA in the Refractory Chromatin Environment

By Angélique Galvani and Christophe Thiriet

1,989
17. Telomeres: Their Structure and Maintenance

By Radmila Capkova Frydrychova and James M. Mason

3,227
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