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In what books can I find a detailed literature on the mechanism of function of different enzymes and proteins involved in DNA replication of E. coli ?

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Check this online book on NCBI: An Introduction to Genetic Analysis. 7th edition

Let’s examine each of these components and see how they fit together to produce our current picture of DNA synthesis in E. coli, the best-studied cellular replication system

I used it a bunch while studying E. coli for my master degree, lots of really usefull information.

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Molecular Biology of the Gene (James D. Watson Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Tania A. Baker Massachusetts Institute of Technology Stephen P. Bell Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alexander Gann Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press• Michael Levine University of California, Berkeley Richard Losick Harvard University) has a detailed description of the various processes involving genetic material. Find a pdf file here: http://tocs.ub.uni-mainz.de/pdfs/118526545.pdf

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Here's just the right book - Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, 6th Ed By David L. Nelson, Michael M. Cox.

A Google.book link to it.

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Biochemical Pathways (G. Michal, D. Schomburg) has nice old-school schematics such as this one, in addition to the text.

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