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Since the discovery of the dnaC gene over 40 years ago (Carl, 1970), its ongoing study by various laboratories using a variety of approaches continue to reveal new aspects of the molecular mechanisms of DnaC in DNA replication. , 2008)). , 2008). , 2008). In contrast, the majority AAA+ proteins lacking these α helices assemble into a closed-ring. Phylogenetic analysis of the AAA+ domain reveals that DnaC is most 38 Computational Biology and Applied Bioinformatics closely related to DnaA, suggesting that both proteins arose from a common ancestor (Koonin, 1992).
The consensus phylogenetic tree is inferred by the majority rule that groups those OTUs, which are found to be clustered most of the times in the population of trees. 8. The case study of Mumps virus phylogeny We have chosen a case study of Mumps virus (MuV) phylogeny using the amino acid sequences of surface hydrophobic (SH) proteins. There are 12 different known genotypes of MuV, which are designated through A to L, based on the sequence similarity of SH gene sequences. , 2008). , 2008). In the case study to be presented here, we have used distance-based Neighbor-Joining method with an objective to re-confirm the presence of new MuV genotype M.
At this juncture, DnaC must be complexed to DnaB for a single DnaB hexamer to load onto each of the separated strands. DnaC protein must then dissociate from the complex in order for DnaB to be active as a helicase. Following the loading of DnaB, this helicase enlarges the unwound region of oriC, and then interacts with DnaG primase (Tougu and Marians, 1996). , 2009). , 2009). The two progeny DNAs then segregate near opposite poles of the cell before septum formation and cell division. DnaC protein (27 kDa) is essential for cell viability because it is required during the initiation stage of DNA replication (reviewed in Kornberg and Baker, 1992; Davey and O'Donnell, 2003).
Computational Biology and Applied Bioinformatics by Heitor Silverio Lopes - Leonardo Magalhães Cruz (Eds)