Archaea: an archetype for replication initiation studies?

@article{Kelman2003ArchaeaAA,
  title={Archaea: an archetype for replication initiation studies?},
  author={Lori M Kelman and Zvi Kelman},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={605-15}
}
Whereas the process of DNA replication is fundamentally conserved in the three domains of life, the archaeal system is closer to that of eukarya than bacteria. In the time since the complete genome sequences of several members of the archaeal domain became available, there has been a burst of research on archaeal DNA replication. These studies have led to both expected and surprising findings. This review summarizes the search for origins of replication in archaea, and our current knowledge of… CONTINUE READING

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