New Replicators

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Functional Analysis of a Replication Origin from Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Identification of a New Replication Enhancer

Analysis of a Leptospira interrogans locus containing DNA replication genes and a new IS, IS1502

The New Species Brucella microti Replicates in Macrophages and Causes Death in Murine Models of Infection

Two novel families of plasmids from hyperthermophilic archaea encoding new families of replication proteins

Conserved small RNAs govern replication and incompatibility of a diverse new plasmid family from marine bacteria

A new structural framework for integrating replication protein A into DNA processing machinery

A New Method for Assessing the Effect of Replication on DNA Base Composition Asymmetry

A New Method for Culturing Plasmodium falciparum Shows Replication at the Highest Erythrocyte Densities

Effect of Incubation at Overwintering Temperatures on the Replication of West Nile Virus in New York Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae)

Effect of Mosquito Salivary Gland Treatment on Vesicular Stomatitis New Jersey Virus Replication and Interferon α/β Expression In Vitro

Ivermectin is a potent inhibitor of flavivirus replication specifically targeting NS3 helicase activity: new prospects for an old drug

Comparative replication capacity of raltegravir-resistant strains and antiviral activity of the new-generation integrase inhibitor dolutegravir in human primary macrophages and lymphocytes

Broad and Temperature Independent Replication Potential of Filoviruses on Cells Derived From Old and New World Bat Species

New origin firing is inhibited by APC/CCdh1 activation in S-phase after severe replication stress

High-resolution analysis of four efficient yeast replication origins reveals new insights into the ORC and putative MCM binding elements

Cycling of the E. coli lagging strand polymerase is triggered exclusively by the availability of a new primer at the replication fork

Selection of functional tRNA primers and primer binding site sequences from a retroviral combinatorial library: identification of new functional tRNA primers in murine leukemia virus replication


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It has long been clear that, in principle, the process of natural selection is substrate-neutral. That is, evolution will occur whenever and wherever three conditions are met: replication, variation (mutation), and differential fitness (competition).


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