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DNA replication, the basis for biological inheritance, is a fundamental process occurring in all living organisms to copy their DNA. This process is "semiconservative" in that each strand of the original double-stranded DNA molecule serves as template for the reproduction of the complementary strand. Hence, following DNA replication, two identical DNA molecules have been produced from a single double-stranded DNA molecule. Cellular proofreading and error-checking mechanisms ensure near perfect fidelity for DNA replication.
Experimental Biology 2011 to be held April 9-13 in Washington, D.C.

Experimental Biology 2011 to be held April 9-13 in Washington, D.C.

New discovery in cancer and gene therapy

New discovery in cancer and gene therapy

Scientists discover new compounds that may help fight against parasitic diseases

Scientists discover new compounds that may help fight against parasitic diseases

Researchers discover process that regulates DNA maintenance

Researchers discover process that regulates DNA maintenance

Novel study deepens understanding of how chromosome replication works

Novel study deepens understanding of how chromosome replication works

Collision of fast and slow protein-trains cause major DNA derailment

Collision of fast and slow protein-trains cause major DNA derailment

Break-induced Replication more likely to cause genetic mutation than normal cell repair

Break-induced Replication more likely to cause genetic mutation than normal cell repair

Scientists develop novel treatment strategy for multiple myeloma

Scientists develop novel treatment strategy for multiple myeloma

Acetylation complex fits like a halo over a histone

Acetylation complex fits like a halo over a histone

Catalogs of fruit fly and roundworm's functional genomic elements

Catalogs of fruit fly and roundworm's functional genomic elements

Scientists uncover minute mechanism of nuclear pore complexes at molecular level

Scientists uncover minute mechanism of nuclear pore complexes at molecular level

Rad51 protein plays a key role in DNA protection

Rad51 protein plays a key role in DNA protection

Wistar Institute scientists publish detailed report on structure, function of Cdc13 domain in protein

Wistar Institute scientists publish detailed report on structure, function of Cdc13 domain in protein

Study on impact of harmful de novo gene mutations on autism, schizophrenia

Study on impact of harmful de novo gene mutations on autism, schizophrenia

Bisphenol A chemical may shorten reproductive lifespan in women: Research

Bisphenol A chemical may shorten reproductive lifespan in women: Research

Prenatal pesticide exposure increases susceptibility to ADHD in children

Prenatal pesticide exposure increases susceptibility to ADHD in children

Scientists identify possible therapeutic strategy for reducing leukemia risk from chemotherapy

Scientists identify possible therapeutic strategy for reducing leukemia risk from chemotherapy

Researchers discover genetic alterations responsible for Kabuki syndrome

Researchers discover genetic alterations responsible for Kabuki syndrome

RPA70 associated with SUMO-specific protease facilitates DNA repair: Research

RPA70 associated with SUMO-specific protease facilitates DNA repair: Research

Research finding uncovers alternative treatments for people with hereditary colorectal cancer

Research finding uncovers alternative treatments for people with hereditary colorectal cancer

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