The topoisomerase IV ParC subunit colocalizes with the Caulobacter replisome and is required for polar localization of replication origins.

Abstract

The process of bacterial DNA replication generates chromosomal topological constraints that are further confounded by simultaneous transcription. Topoisomerases play a key role in ensuring orderly replication and partition of DNA in the face of a continuously changing DNA tertiary structure. In addition to topological constraints, the cellular position of… (More)

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