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DNA polymerase epsilon (PolE) in an enzyme essential for DNA replication. Deficiencies and mutations in PolE cause severe developmental abnormalities and cancers. Paradoxically, the catalytic domain of yeast PolE catalytic subunit is dispensable for survival, and its non-catalytic essential function is linked with replicative helicase (CMG) assembl...
DNA polymerase epsilon in an essential enzyme, responsible for the synthesis of the leading strand during DNA replication. Deficiencies and mutations in DNA polymerase epsilon catalytic subunit (POLE1) cause severe developmental abnormalities and cancers. Paradoxically, the non-catalytic C-terminal domain of yeast polymerase epsilon catalytic subun...
Vaccinia virus (VACV) was instrumental in eradicating variola virus (VARV), the causative agent of smallpox, from nature. Since this first use as a vaccine, VACV has been developed as a vector for therapeutic vaccines and as an oncolytic virus. These applications take advantage of VACVs easily manipulated genetics and broad host range as an outstan...