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Tri Nucleotide Repeat | Biointeractive.org, Drew Berry, HHMI
This animation shows how a tri-nucletoide repeat can cause the DNA polymerase to ‘slip’ and incorporate additional nucleotides during the replication process.
» View the animation at HHMI T7 Primase/Helicase | David Gohara, SciAna FilmWorks
This animation shows the dancing heptameric complex responsible for unwinding the DNA double helix in bacteriophage and how it is subsequently used as a site for primer synthesis.
» View the animation at SciAnaFilms
Replication | Drew Berry
Still one of the more complex and beautiful molecular animations ever made, this movie shows the components and dynamic processes involved in the replication of both the leading and lagging strands of DNA.
» View the animation at WEHI