His primary areas of investigation include Genetics, DNA replication, Origin recognition complex, Control of chromosome duplication and Molecular biology. The subject of his DNA replication research is within the realm of Gene. His Origin recognition complex study combines topics in areas such as Dyad symmetry and Direct repeat.
His Control of chromosome duplication study frequently involves adjacent topics like Eukaryotic DNA replication. His Molecular biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cytoplasm, DNA, Histone H3, Histone and P-bodies. His research in Telomere intersects with topics in Chromosomal fragile site, Telomerase and DNA repair.
His main research concerns DNA replication, Molecular biology, Genetics, DNA and Origin recognition complex. His work deals with themes such as Replicon, Viral replication, Immunoglobulin heavy chain and Cell biology, which intersect with DNA replication. His work carried out in the field of Molecular biology brings together such families of science as Cell culture, Satellite DNA, Cell cycle, Gene and Nucleic acid thermodynamics.
The DNA study combines topics in areas such as Metaphase, Centrifugation and Bromodeoxyuridine. His Origin recognition complex study incorporates themes from Plasmid, Ter protein, DNA replication initiation, Control of chromosome duplication and Genome. His Control of chromosome duplication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as DNA polymerase and Eukaryotic DNA replication.
Carl L. Schildkraut mainly investigates Cell biology, DNA replication, Telomere, Control of chromosome duplication and Origin recognition complex. His studies in Cell biology integrate themes in fields like DNA, DNA damage, Genome instability, Genome and Mutant. In most of his DNA replication studies, his work intersects topics such as Chromosomal fragile site.
His studies deal with areas such as RNA, Mesoporphyrin IX and Chromosome instability as well as Telomere. Many of his studies on Control of chromosome duplication apply to Eukaryotic DNA replication as well. His research on Origin recognition complex concerns the broader Genetics.
Carl L. Schildkraut mostly deals with DNA replication, Control of chromosome duplication, Genetics, Chromosomal fragile site and Telomere. His work is connected to DNA re-replication, Pre-replication complex, Licensing factor, SeqA protein domain and Origin recognition complex, as a part of DNA replication. The concepts of his Control of chromosome duplication study are interwoven with issues in Molecular biology, S phase, RNA Helicase A and dnaB helicase.
He works in the field of Genetics, namely DNA replication factor CDT1. His Chromosomal fragile site research includes elements of Synthetic lethality, Homologous recombination, Telomere Homeostasis, Replisome and FANCM.
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Mammalian telomeres resemble fragile sites and require TRF1 for efficient replication
Agnel Sfeir;Settapong T. Kosiyatrakul;Dirk Hockemeyer;Sheila L. MacRae.
Dependence of the melting temperature of DNA on salt concentration
Carl Schildkraut;Shneior Lifson.
The Epstein-Barr virus origin of plasmid replication, oriP, contains both the initiation and termination sites of DNA replication
Toni A. Gahn;Carl L. Schildkraut.
Replication program of active and inactive multigene families in mammalian cells.
K S Hatton;V Dhar;E H Brown;M A Iqbal.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1988)
Initiation and termination of DNA replication in human rRNA genes.
Randall D. Little;Timothy H.K. Platt;Carl L. Schildkraut.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1993)
Cell cycle regulation of mouse H3 histone mRNA metabolism.
R. B. Alterman;S. Ganguly;D. H. Schulze;William F Marzluff.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1984)
Cohesin-SA1 deficiency drives aneuploidy and tumourigenesis in mice due to impaired replication of telomeres
Silvia Remeseiro;Ana Cuadrado;María Carretero;Paula Martínez.
The EMBO Journal (2012)
Visualization of DNA replication on individual Epstein-Barr virus episomes.
Paolo Norio;Carl L. Schildkraut.
Progressive activation of DNA replication initiation in large domains of the immunoglobulin heavy chain locus during B cell development.
Paolo Norio;Settapong Kosiyatrakul;Qiaoxin Yang;Zeqiang Guan.
Molecular Cell (2005)
Deoxyribonucleic acid replication in synchronized cultured mammalian cells: I. Time of synthesis of molecules of different average guanine + cytosine content☆
Annette M. Tobia;Carl L. Schildkraut;Joseph J. Maio.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1970)
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