replication site

rep·li·ca·tion site

the in vivo site on DNA of DNA replication.
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[sup][1] As a result, the oriC region and oriC-proximal domains are progressively segregated away from the midcell replication site before chromosome replication is completed.
The bank is still using tape for second tier backup, but through the deployment of dual systems, it has eliminated the need for physical movement of tape between the main site and replication site, which was both inefficient and created the added risk of tapes getting lost or damaged.
Several plausible mechanisms have been proposed to explain the function of MCM 2-7 as replication helicase from a distance away from the replication site. According to "MCM eviction" mechanism, there is always a minor MCM population that escapes immunodetection but is associated at replication forks and the rest major fraction is released from the replication forks upon replication initiation [47, 59], as a consequence of chromatin condensation [60].
The deaths of five participants due to kidney failure led the researchers to consider whether the kidney could be a preferred replication site for the virus.
Louis Community College has received a $350,000 startup grant to become a Gateway to College replication site, a national drop-out recovery model developed by Portland Community College in Oregon.
Even professional behavioral analysts who have failed to complete an internship at a UCLA-affiliated replication site would not, in our judgment, have appropriate experience to replicate the UCLA program.
Replication site staff showed gains in implementing art activities and making adaptations for children with disabilities.
The report includes information about each replication site's stakeholders, vision, objectives and final products.
Latency in networks significantly slows down data backup and replication processes between data centers and remote replication sites or a cloud.