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DNA Replication

DNA Replication

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Dna Replication
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DNA REPLICATION
 
DNA REPLICATION
Ds nature of DNA
provide a means of replicationduring cell division.Since the separation of the two DNA strands allowscomplementary strands to be synthesised uponthem.Many
enzymes
and
accessory proteins
are requiredfor 
in vivo
replication. How about
in vitro
?In prokaryotes it begins at a region of the DNAtermed the
origin of replication.
 
DNA REPLICATION
DNA
has to be
unwound 
before any of the proteinsand enzymes needed for replication can act, and thisinvolves
separating the double-helical DNA intosingle stands.
This separating process is carried out by the enzyme
DNA helicase
.To prevent single strands from re-annealing, smallproteins termed
single-stranded DNA binding- proteins
(SSBs) attach to the single DNA strands

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