ISBN-10:
0415442060
ISBN-13:
9780415442060
Pub. Date:
10/01/2010
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Genome Duplication / Edition 1

Genome Duplication / Edition 1

by Melvin DePamphilis, Stephen D. Bell

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Genome Duplication / Edition 1

Genome Duplication provides a comprehensive and readable overview of the underlying principles that govern genome duplication in all forms of life, from the simplest cell to the most complex multicellular organism.
 
Using examples from the three domains of life - bacteria, archaea, and eukarya - Genome Duplication shows how all living organisms store their genome as DNA and how they all use the same evolutionary-conserved mechanism to duplicate it: semi-conservative DNA replication by the replication fork. The text shows how the replication fork determines where organisms begin genome duplication, how they produce a complete copy of their genome each time a cell divides, and how they link genome duplication to cell division.
 
Genome Duplication explains how mistakes in genome duplication are associated with genetic disorders and cancer, and how understanding genome duplication, its regulation, and how the mechanisms differ between different forms of life, is critical to the understanding and treatment of human disease.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415442060
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/01/2010
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 450
Product dimensions: 8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

1. Genomes
2. Three Domains of Life
3. Replication Forks
4. Replication Proteins: Leading-Strand Synthesis
5. Replication Proteins: Lagging-Strand Synthesis
6. Termination
7. Chromatin Assembly, Cohesion, and Modification
8. Replicons
9. Replication Origins
10. Origin Paradigms
11. Initiation
12. Cell Cycles
13. Checkpoints
14. Human Disease
15. Evolution of Cellular Replication Machines

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