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Preferential Localization of Human Origins of DNA Replication at the 5′-Ends of Expressed Genes and at Evolutionarily Conserved DNA Sequences

By Manuel S. Valenzuela, Yidong Chen, Sean Davis, Fan Yang, Robert L. Walker, Sven Bilke, John Lueders, Melvenia M. Martin, Mirit I. Aladjem, Pierre P. Massion and Paul S. Meltzer
Topics: Research Article
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