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viously expected (18, 19). This also suggests that, in mammalian cells, initiation zones
 

Summary: viously expected (18, 19). This also suggests
that, in mammalian cells, initiation zones
rather than individual origins may represent
the functional units regulating DNA replica-
tion at the locus level.
Compared with other studies on DNA fi-
bers (16, 2023), SMARD can provide qual-
itative and quantitative information about
many aspects of DNA replication [supple-
mentary table 1 (5)] and is potentially appli-
cable to the study of endogenous loci in the
mammalian genome.
References and Notes
1. J. L. Yates, in DNA Replication in Eukaryotic Cells, M. L.
DePamphilis, Ed. (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory,
Plainview, NY, 1996), p. 751.
2. E. Kieff, in Fields Virology, B. N. Fields et al., Eds.
(Lippincott-Raven, Philadelphia, 1996), p. 2343.
3. J. L. Yates, N. Guan, J. Virol. 65, 483 (1991).
4. R. D. Little, C. L Schildkraut, Mol. Cell. Biol. 15, 2893

  

Source: Andrews, Brenda - Department of Medical Genetics and Microbiology, University of Toronto
Bussey, Howard - Department of Biology, McGill University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine