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Plasmid Handcuffing

Caption: A ribbon diagram from X-ray crystallography depicts the four-part RepA complex at the center, and two DNA plasmids locked up or "handcuffed," which prevents them from replicating.

Credit: Maria Schumacher Lab, Duke University

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