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Ctf4p facilitates Mcm10p to promote DNA replication in budding yeast.
- Jia-feng Wang, Rentian Wu, Yongjun Lu, C. Liang
- Medicine, Biology
- Biochemical and biophysical research…
- 7 May 2010
Ctf4p (chromosome transmission fidelity) has been reported to function in DNA metabolism and sister chromatid cohesion in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. In this study, a ctf4(S143F) mutant was isolated… Expand
Cdt1p, through its interaction with Mcm6p, is required for the formation, nuclear accumulation and chromatin loading of the MCM complex
Regulation of DNA replication initiation is essential for the faithful inheritance of genetic information. Replication initiation is a multi-step process involving many factors including ORC, Cdt1p,… Expand
Far3p domains involved in the interactions of Far proteins and pheromone-induced cell cycle arrest in budding yeast.
Far3p (factor arrest), a protein that interacts with Far7-11p, is required for the pheromone-mediated cell cycle arrest in G1 phase. We used a combination of computational and experimental strategies… Expand
The Rix1 (Ipi1p-2p-3p) complex is a critical determinant of DNA replication licensing independent of their roles in ribosome biogenesis
Several replication-initiation proteins are assembled stepwise onto replicators to form pre-replicative complexes (pre-RCs) to license eukaryotic DNA replication. We performed a yeast functional… Expand
The Ipi1p/2p/3p Complex Is Required for and Directly Involved in Pre-Replication Complex Formation Independent of Ribosome Biogenesis
Interaction network of DNA replication-initiation proteins and dimerization of ORC and Noc3p in pre-replicative complex assembly in budding yeast
An Essential, Cell Cycle-Dependent and Semi-Conservative ORC Dimerization Cycle Regulates Eukaryotic Chromosomal DNA Replication
Studies of DNA replication-initiation proteins in the budding yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae
- Rentian Wu