The four steps of DNA replication are the unwinding of two coiled strands of DNA, complementary pairing of nucleotide bases, completion of the joins and continuous and discontinuous synthesis More »

The first step of DNA replication occurs when a protein triggers the unwinding of the DNA helix. This is followed by a separation of the DNA strands prior to the transfer of genetic data to the newly assembled DNA strand... More »

The process in which DNA makes an exact copy of itself is known as DNA replication and occurs through many steps during cellular replication. The process is semiconservative and occurs in the nucleus of the cell, where t... More »

Complementary base pairing refers to the structural pairing of nucleotide bases in deoxyribonucleic acid, which is commonly known as DNA. DNA is made up of four nucleotide bases, each of which pairs with only one of the ... More »

Many enzymes are involved in DNA replication, including DNA helicase, DNA polymerase, topoisomerase, DNA gyrase, DNA ligase, primase and telomerase. Replication is a complex process with many steps, all of which require ... More »

The process of DNA replication takes one parental DNA molecule and creates two daughter DNA molecules. This process occurs in the nucleus of the cell and occurs during the cell cycle in eukaryotic cells. More »

The first step of DNA replication occurs when a protein triggers the unwinding of the DNA helix. This is followed by a separation of the DNA strands prior to the transfer of genetic data to the newly assembled DNA strand... More »