Control of DNA replication initiation by recruitment of an essential initiation protein to the membrane of Bacillus subtilis.

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The Bacillus subtilis proteins DnaD and DnaB are essential for replication initiation and are conserved in low G+C content Gram-positive bacteria. Previous work indicated that DnaD and DnaB are involved in helicase loading during the process of restarting stalled replication forks. We have investigated the roles of DnaD and DnaB in replication initiation at… (More)

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