CHEM114C_-_Replication Fork

CHEM114C_-_Replication Fork - clamp loader - entraps DNA...

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(replication fork is the site of DNA replication) helicase - separates the strand using ATP hydrolysis as energy primer - synthesize by primase and initiate DNA replication DNA polymerase o DNA polymerase III - catalyze the formation of polynucleotide change
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sliding DNA clamp - β 2 - keeps the polymerase associated with the DNA double helix
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Unformatted text preview: clamp loader - entraps DNA inside the sliding DNA clamp o DNA polymerase I- replace the RNA primer with DNA on the lagging strand single stranded binding protein (SSB)- keeps the strands separated DNA ligase- seals the gaps between the Okazski fragments...
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CHEM114C_-_Replication Fork - clamp loader - entraps DNA...

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