DNA replication is an important part in the machinery of cell and viral proliferation. After significant advances in the past few years, its regulation is now more fully understood. This text provides a detailed and up-to-date review of the complexity of DNA replication in eukaryotic cells. It is organized into three parts. "Concepts" is a distillation of underlying principles, "Proteins" offers a description of each protein class involved, and "Systems" gives a review of events over a wide range of organisms. The book is aimed at teachers who want a current survey of a topic central to the biology syllabus, investigators of replication who require a source of knowledge in their specialty, and scientists studying other biological functions on which DNA replication has an impact.
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