The effect of Ni(II) on DNA replication

Abstract

The cellular regulation of DNA replication is governed in part by the availability of essential metal ions. A continuous supply of Mg(II) ions is necessary for the efficient and faithful replication of parental strands during S-phase as well as during the repair of DNA damage. A metal ion such as Ni(II) may interfere with the replication process by binding… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02917231

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@article{Christie1989TheEO, title={The effect of Ni(II) on DNA replication}, author={Nelwyn T. Christie and Donna M. Tummolo}, journal={Biological Trace Element Research}, year={1989}, volume={21}, pages={3-12} }