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Jessica Faria flag Denunciar. Petronczki, et al. Cell Semi-conservativa B. Bidirectional D. Priming C. Alongamento D. The two polymerase cores within the holoenzyme are shaded differently to show that whichever orientation the holoenzyme assumes, the resulting replisome is the same.

Contact with the DnaB helicase holds the leading strand core to DNA, the lagging stand core remains free to cycle. Yuzhakov, et al. Clamp loading mechanism. The 3 ' subunits are arranged as a circular pentamer as indicated in diagram A. In diagram B, ATP binding to the subunits activates the clamp loader by inducing conformational changes that open up the N-terminal region of the pentamer, allowing N-terminal domains to bind.

In diagram C, the activated complex binds to via contacts to N-terminal domains of , , and possibly '. The subunit cracks the interface of the ring. After hydrolysis, complex dissociates leaving the ring on the DNA diagram F.

Schematic shows how PCNA may open. In solution, PCNA is normally in a closed-ring form. Either spontaneously or through its initial interaction with RFC, the clamp opens. Requer dNTPs. This diagram shows a current view of how the replication proteins are arranged at the replication fork when the fork is moving.

The structure of the previous figure has been altered by folding the DNA on the lagging strand to bring the lagging-strand DNA polymerase molecule in contact with the leading-strand DNA polymerase molecule. Because the lagging-strand DNA polymerase molecule is held to the rest of the replication proteins, it can be reused to synthesise successive Okazaki fragments; in this diagram, it is about to let go of its completed DNA fragment and move to the RNA primer that will be synthesised nearby, as required to start the next DNA fragment on the lagging strand.

Figure from Essential Cell Biology, by Alberts et al. Proteins that act at a replication fork. Two molecules of DNA polymerase are shown, one on the leading strand and one on the lagging strand. Both are held on to the DNA by a circular protein clamp that allows the polymerase to slide. DNA helicase uses the energy of ATP hydrolysis to propel itself forward and thereby separate the strands of the parental DNA double helix ahead of the polymerase.

Single-stranded DNA-binding proteins maintain these separated strands as single-stranded DNA to provide access for the primase and polymerase.

For simplicity, the figure shows the proteins working independently; in the cell they are held together in a large replication machine, a view of which is shown in the next figure.


Pulse-chase analysis

In biochemistry and molecular biology, a pulse-chase analysis is a method for examining a cellular process occurring over time by successively exposing the cells to a labeled compound pulse and then to the same compound in an unlabeled form chase. A selected cell or a group of cells is first exposed to a labeled compound the pulse that is to be incorporated into a molecule or system that is studied also see pulse labeling. The compound then goes through the metabolic pathways and is used in the synthesis of the product studied. For example, a radioactively labeled form of leucine 3 H-leucine can be supplied to a group of pancreatic beta cells , which then uses this amino acid in insulin synthesis. Shortly after introduction of the labeled compound usually about 5 minutes, but the actual time needed is dependent on the object studied , excess of the same, but unlabeled, substance the chase is introduced into the environment.


IQB201 Aula 12 Replicaco do DNA 03 2011 (1)

Jessica Faria flag Denunciar. Petronczki, et al. Cell Semi-conservativa B. Bidirectional D.

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