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Organization of DNA Replication

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DNA replication requires a concerted effort of numerous proteins and replication units to organize the densely packed DNA within the nucleus and is a highly regulated process. Discover the latest research on Organization of DNA Replication here.

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Journal of Biosciences

TET methylcytosine oxidases: new insights from a decade of research

Journal of BiosciencesJanuary 23, 2020
Chan-Wang J LioAnjana Rao
The Lancet. Respiratory Medicine

Sepsis-associated acute respiratory distress syndrome in individuals of European ancestry: a genome-wide association study

The Lancet. Respiratory MedicineJanuary 27, 2020
Beatriz Guillen-GuioCarlos Flores
bioRxiv

RADX Sustains POT1 Function at Telomeres to Counteract RAD51 Binding, which Triggers Telomere Fragility

bioRxivJanuary 20, 2020
Joachim LingnerAnna-Sophia Briod
Nature Communications

Structure and mechanism of a Type III CRISPR defence DNA nuclease activated by cyclic oligoadenylate

Nature CommunicationsJanuary 26, 2020
Stephen A McMahonTracey M Gloster
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Nature

Negative supercoil at gene boundaries modulates gene topology

NatureJanuary 24, 2020
Yathish Jagadheesh AcharMarco Foiani
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Scientific Reports

Hepatitis C virus infection suppresses hepatitis B virus replication via the RIG-I-like helicase pathway

Scientific ReportsJanuary 24, 2020
Kazuhiro MuraiTetsuo Takehara
Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology

Comparative analysis of lung and blood transcriptomes in mice exposed to multi-walled carbon nanotubes

Toxicology and Applied PharmacologyJanuary 25, 2020
Timur O KhaliullinAnna A Shvedova
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The Journal of Biological Chemistry

A synthetic heparinoid blocks tau aggregate cell uptake and amplification

The Journal of Biological ChemistryJanuary 25, 2020
Barbara E StopschinskiMarc I Diamond
Aging Cell

"Amyloid-beta accumulation cycle" as a prevention and/or therapy target for Alzheimer's disease

Aging CellJanuary 26, 2020
Chinthalapally V RaoHiroshi Y Yamada
1
Microbiome

Increased replication of dissimilatory nitrate-reducing bacteria leads to decreased anammox bioreactor performance

MicrobiomeJanuary 26, 2020
Ray KerenKe Yu
6
bioRxiv

Host-derived Circular RNAs Display Proviral Activities in Hepatitis C Virus - Infected Cells

bioRxivJanuary 24, 2020
Tzu-Chun ChenPeter Sarnow
Cancer Science

Replisome genes regulation by anti-tumor miR-101-5p in clear cell renal cell carcinoma

Cancer ScienceJanuary 25, 2020
Yasutaka YamadaNaohiko Seki
Medical Microbiology and Immunology

Mouse adaptation of the H9N2 avian influenza virus causes the downregulation of genes related to innate immune responses and ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis in mice

Medical Microbiology and ImmunologyJanuary 27, 2020
Jing GuoXuyong Li
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications

Mutation of leucine 20 causes a change of local conformation indirectly impairing the DNA binding of SP_0782 from Streptococcus pneumoniae

Biochemical and Biophysical Research CommunicationsJanuary 26, 2020
Yixuan GongMaili Liu
1
Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis

Fanconi Anemia and the Underlying Causes of Genomic Instability

Environmental and Molecular MutagenesisJanuary 27, 2020
Julie Rageul, Hyungjin Kim
Molecular and Cellular Biology

Cell-cycle-dependent switch of TopBP1 functions by Cdk2 and Akt

Molecular and Cellular BiologyJanuary 23, 2020
Kang LiuWeei-Chin Lin
bioRxiv

Mechanical competition triggered by innate immune signaling drives the collective extrusion of bacterially-infected epithelial cells

bioRxivJanuary 22, 2020
Effie E. BastounisJulie A. Theriot
Journal of Cell Science

CSB cooperates with SMARCAL1 to maintain telomere stability in ALT cells

Journal of Cell ScienceJanuary 25, 2020
Emily FengXu-Dong Zhu
bioRxiv

No support for the adaptive hypothesis of lagging-strand encoding in bacterial genomes

bioRxivJanuary 21, 2020
Haoxuan Liu, Jianzhi George Zhang
Nature Communications

Hepatitis Delta Virus histone mimicry drives the recruitment of chromatin remodelers for viral RNA replication

Nature CommunicationsJanuary 23, 2020
Natali Abeywickrama-SamarakoonPaul Dény
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