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replication factors

Dynamics of human replication factors in the elongation phase of DNA replication

Replication factors transiently associate with mtDNA at the mitochondrial inner membrane to facilitate replication

A key role for replication factor C in DNA replication checkpoint function in fission yeast

Phosphoinositide 3-kinase beta controls replication factor C assembly and function

RPA is an initiation factor for human chromosomal DNA replication

Functional domains of the Xenopus replication licensing factor Cdt1

Mitochondrial transcription termination factor 1 directs polar replication fork pausing

BRG1 co-localizes with DNA replication factors and is required for efficient replication fork progression

Interaction of transcription factor YY1 with a replication-enhancing element, REE1, in an autonomously replicating human chromosome fragment

DNA is a co-factor for its own replication in Xenopus egg extracts

The genome maintenance factor Mgs1 is targeted to sites of replication stress by ubiquitylated PCNA

RNA polymerase II and III transcription factors can stimulate DNA replication by modifying origin chromatin structures

The mitochondrial transcription termination factor mTERF modulates replication pausing in human mitochondrial DNA

Activation Domains of Transcription Factors Mediate Replication Dependent Transcription from a Minimal HIV-1 Promoter

Electron microscopic analysis reveals that replication factor C is sequestered by single-stranded DNA

Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA): a key factor in DNA replication and cell cycle regulation

Factor structure of the Hooper Visual Organization Test: a cross-cultural replication and extension

Human SIRT1 regulates DNA binding and stability of the Mcm10 DNA replication factor via deacetylation

 

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Proteins involved in DNA replication. Replication factor A (replication protein A) is a heterotrimeric single-stranded-DNA-binding protein (subunits p70, 616 aa; p32, 270 aa; p14, 121 aa) that associates, together with the kinase ATM, at sites where homologous regions of DNA interact during meiotic prophase and at breaks associated with meiotic recombination. It is essential for replication of SV40 virus. Replication factor C (activator 1) is a five-subunit accessory protein (clamp loader) that loads, in an ATP-dependent manner, various components of the DNA replicating machinery at the replication fork. and interacts with proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA).

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