2017 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
Stephen P. Bell mainly investigates Origin recognition complex, Control of chromosome duplication, Genetics, ORC6 and Pre-replication complex. The subject of his Origin recognition complex research is within the realm of Eukaryotic DNA replication. As part of one scientific family, Stephen P. Bell deals mainly with the area of Eukaryotic DNA replication, narrowing it down to issues related to the Cell biology, and often DNA re-replication.
His Control of chromosome duplication study contributes to a more complete understanding of DNA replication. Many of his studies on Pre-replication complex apply to Licensing factor as well. The various areas that Stephen P. Bell examines in his Licensing factor study include DNA replication origin, DNA replication factor CDT1 and Computational biology.
Stephen P. Bell focuses on Origin recognition complex, Control of chromosome duplication, Genetics, Pre-replication complex and Eukaryotic DNA replication. His Origin recognition complex research incorporates themes from Cell biology, ORC6, DNA replication factor CDT1 and Minichromosome maintenance. He is interested in Replication factor C, which is a field of Control of chromosome duplication.
His work on Origin of replication, Transcription, Plasmid and Cohesin complex as part of his general Genetics study is frequently connected to Histone deacetylase activity, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In his research on the topic of Pre-replication complex, Computational biology is strongly related with Licensing factor. Stephen P. Bell works in the field of Eukaryotic DNA replication, namely DNA re-replication.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Replication Initiation, DNA replication, Minichromosome maintenance and Pre-replication complex. The study of Cell biology is intertwined with the study of RNA Helicase A in a number of ways. The concepts of his Replication Initiation study are interwoven with issues in GINS, Single-stranded DNA binding and Nucleosome.
His DNA replication study often links to related topics such as Computational biology. He has researched Minichromosome maintenance in several fields, including Replication factor C and Origin recognition complex. Stephen P. Bell interconnects Replication protein A, dnaB helicase and Licensing factor in the investigation of issues within Replication factor C.
Stephen P. Bell mostly deals with Pre-replication complex, Minichromosome maintenance, Control of chromosome duplication, Origin recognition complex and Eukaryotic DNA replication. Pre-replication complex is a subfield of Genetics that Stephen P. Bell investigates. His Minichromosome maintenance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Circular bacterial chromosome and Cell biology.
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DNA replication in eukaryotic cells
Stephen P. Bell;Anindya Dutta.
Annual Review of Biochemistry (2002)
Purification and biochemical characterization of the promoter-specific transcription factor, Sp1
Michael R. Briggs;James T. Kadonaga;Stephen P. Bell;Robert Tjian.
ATP-dependent recognition of eukaryotic origins of DNA replication by a multiprotein complex.
Stephen P. Bell;Bruce Stillman.
Components and Dynamics of DNA Replication Complexes in S. cerevisiae: Redistribution of MCM Proteins and Cdc45p during S Phase
Oscar M Aparicio;Deborah M Weinstein;Stephen P Bell.
Initiation of DNA replication in eukaryotic cells.
Anindya Dutta;Stephen P. Bell.
Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology (1997)
Yeast origin recognition complex functions in transcription silencing and DNA replication
Stephen P. Bell;Ryuji Kobayashi;Bruce Stillman.
Genome-wide distribution of ORC and MCM proteins in S. cerevisiae: high-resolution mapping of replication origins
John J. Wyrick;Jennifer G. Aparicio;Ting Chen;John D. Barnett.
Polymerases and the Replisome: Machines within Machines
Tania A Baker;Stephen P Bell.
The origin recognition complex: from simple origins to complex functions
Stephen P. Bell.
Genes & Development (2002)
Sequential ATP Hydrolysis by Cdc6 and ORC Directs Loading of the Mcm2-7 Helicase
John C.W. Randell;Jayson L. Bowers;Heather K. Rodríguez;Stephen P. Bell.
Molecular Cell (2006)
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