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(Assembled human PCNA (PDB ID 1AXC), a sliding DNA clamp protein that is part of the DNA replication complex and serves as a processivity factor for DNA polymerase. The three individual polypeptide chains that make up the trimer are shown. Source - Self c)
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Assembled human PCNA (PDB ID 1AXC), a sliding DNA clamp protein that is part of the DNA replication complex and serves as a processivity factor for DNA polymerase. The three individual polypeptide chains that make up the trimer are shown.

Source - Self created from PDB entry 1AXC using the freely available visualization and analysis package VMD

Date - 30 Sept 2006 Author - Opabinia regalis (GFDL image from Wikipedia)

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