DNA Replication

Table of Contents

  1. Principles and Concepts of DNA Replication in Bacteria, Archaea and Eukarya
  2. Michael O’Donnell, Lance Langston, and Bruce Stillman
  3. DNA Replications Origins
  4. Alan C. Leonard and Marcel Mechali
  5. Dormant Replication Origins
  6. Debbie McIntosh and J. Julian Blow
  7. Break-Induced DNA Replication
  8. Ranjith P. Anand, Susan T. Lovett, and James E. Haber
  9. Helicase Loading at Chromosomal Origins of Replication
  10. Stephen B. Bell and Jon M. Kaguni
  11. Helicase Activation and Establishment of Replication Forks at Chromosomal Origins of Replication
  12. Seiji Tanaka and Hiroyuki Araki
  13. The MCM Replicative Helicase
  14. Stephen D. Bell and Michael R. Botchan
  15. Spatialand Temporal Organization of DNA Replication in Bacteria and Eukarya
  16. Dean Jackson, Xindan Wang, and David Z. Rudner
  17. DNA Replication Timing
  18. Nicholas Rhind and David M. Gilbert
  19. Replication Fork Dynamics
  20. Karl E. Duderstadt, Rodrigo Reyes-Lamothe, Antoine M. van Oijen, and David J. Sherratt
  21. Replication Clamps and Clamp Loaders
  22. Mark Hedglin, Ravindra Kumar, and Stephen J. Benkovic
  23. Okazaki Fragment Metabolism
  24. Lata Balakrishnan and Robert A. Bambara
  25. Chromatin Assembly
  26. David M. MacAlpine and Geneviève Almouzni
  27. Sister Chromatid Cohesion
  28. Jan-Michael Peters and Tomoko Nishiyama
  29. Replicative DNA Polymerases
  30. Erik Johansson and Nicholas Dixon
  31. Translesion DNA Polymerases
  32. Myron F. Goodman and Roger Woodgate
  33. Rescuing Stalled or Damaged Replication Forks
  34. Joseph T. P. Yeeles, Jérôme Poli, Kenneth J. Marians, and Philippe Pasero
  35. Replication of Telomeres and the Regulation of Telomerase
  36. Verena Pfeiffer and Joachim Lingner
  37. Genomic Instability in Cancer
  38. Tarek Abbas, Mignon A. Keaton, and Anindya Dutta
  39. Replication Proteins and Human Disease
  40. Andrew Jackson, Ronald A. Laskey, and Nicholas Coleman
  41. Regulating DNA Replication in Bacteria
  42. Kirsten Skarstad and Tsutomu Katayama
  43. Regulating DNA Replication in Eukarya
  44. Khalid Siddiqui, Kin Fan On, and John F.X. Diffley
  45. Regulating DNA Replication in Plants
  46. Maria de la Paz Sanchez, Celina Costas, Joana Sequeira-Mendes, and Cristanto Gutierrez
  47. Endroreplication
  48. Norman Zielke, Bruce A. Edgar, and Melvin L. DePamphilis
  49. Archaeology of Eukaryotic DNA Replication
  50. Kira S. Makarova and Eugene V. Koonin
  51. Human Mitochondrial DNA Replication
  52. Ian J. Holt and Aurelio Reyes
  53. Parvovirus Diversityand DNA Damage Responses
  54. Susan F. Cotmore and Peter Tattersall
  55. Human Papillomavirus Infections: Warts or Cancer?
  56. Louise T. Chow and Thomas R. Broker
  57. Adenovirus DNA Replication
  58. Rob C. Hoeben and Taco G. Uil
  59. Herpes Simplex Virus DNA Replication
  60. Sandra K. Weller and Donald M Coen
  61. Epstein-Barr Virus DNA Replication
  62. Wolfgang Hammerschmidt and Bill Sugden
  63. Poxvirus DNA Replication
  64. Bernard Moss


Table I. Data Bases For Identification Of Genes In Different Organisms

Table II. Style Conventions for Gene and Protein Nomenclature

Table III. Nomenclature for Proteins and Protein Complexes in Different Organisms

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