PMID: 7940016May 1, 1994Paper

Electron microscopic analysis of in vitro replication products of ors 8, a mammalian origin enriched sequence

Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics
C E PearsonM Zannis-Hadjopoulos

Abstract

Electron microscopy was used to map the initiation site of ors 8 DNA replication in vitro in a system that is capable of initiating and supporting one round of semiconservative replication of cloned mammalian DNA origin-enriched sequences (ors). Using unique restriction sites in ors 8 plasmid DNA, we have mapped the replication bubble within the monkey DNA sequence. In addition to site-specific initiation within the ors, the results also indicate bidirectional replication.

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Jun 1, 1996·Journal of Cellular Biochemistry·M J Diaz-PerezG B Price
Aug 10, 1999·Journal of Cellular Biochemistry·R PelletierM Zannis-Hadjopoulos
Apr 26, 2003·DNA and Cell Biology·Caroline Schild-PoulterRobert J G Haché
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Jul 30, 2009·Nucleic Acids Research·Emmanouil Rampakakis, Maria Zannis-Hadjopoulos
Jun 1, 1995·Journal of Cellular Biochemistry·M T RuizM Zannis-Hadjopoulos
Jul 1, 1997·The European Journal of Neuroscience·E JankowskaX K Yin
Apr 1, 2003·The Journal of Biological Chemistry·Gerald B PriceMaria Zannis-Hadjopoulos
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Mar 28, 1998·Journal of Cellular Biochemistry·D D MatheosM Zannis-Hadjopoulos
Nov 29, 2002·Journal of Cell Science·Diamanto MatheosMaria Zannis-Hadjopoulos
Nov 29, 1994·Biochemistry·C E PearsonM Zannis-Hadjopoulos
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