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A bacterial toxin inhibits DNA replication elongation through a direct interaction with the ß sliding clamp.

A bacterial toxin inhibits DNA replication elongation through a direct interaction with the ß sliding clamp. Mol Cell. 2013 Dec 12; 52(5):617-28.

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