Anatomy of Mammalian Replication Domains
AbstractGenetic information is faithfully copied by DNA replication through many rounds of cell division. In mammals, DNA is replicated in Mb-sized chromosomal units called “replication domains.” While genome-wide maps in multiple cell types and disease states have uncovered both dynamic and static properties of replication domains, we are still in the process of understanding the mechanisms that give rise to these properties. A better understanding of the molecular basis of replication domain regulation will bring new insights into chromosome structure and function. View Full-Text
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Takebayashi, S.-I.; Ogata, M.; Okumura, K. Anatomy of Mammalian Replication Domains. Genes 2017, 8, 110.
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Takebayashi, Shin-ichiro; Ogata, Masato; Okumura, Katsuzumi. 2017. "Anatomy of Mammalian Replication Domains." Genes 8, no. 4: 110.
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