Molecular biology is one of the most rapidly developing and at the same time one of the most exciting disciplines. The key to the subject lies in the understanding of nucleic acids their structure, function and interaction with proteins. "Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology" keeps scientists informed of the growing body of information concerning the subject and complies with the interest that exists about this field. Volume 5 of the series opens with a review of DNA-structures commonly found in the telomeres of eukaryotic chromosomes. It turns to the topics of DNA-repair and replication and in-depth studies of DNA-polymerase I, which leads to the exciting and rapidly changing area of DNA-protein interactions emphasizing aspects of sequence recognition and specificity. A view on the control of gene expression with examples of retroviruses such as HIV or transgenic animals for eukaryotes concludes the book.
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