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Term Information

Accession
GO:0031297
Name
replication fork processing
Ontology
biological_process
Synonyms
collapsed replication fork processing, recovery from replication fork arrest, recovery from replication fork stalling, replication fork restart, replication restart, recovery from replication fork arrest at rDNA locus, recovery from replication fork stalling at rDNA locus, replication fork processing at rDNA locus, replication fork processing at ribosomal DNA locus
Alternate IDs
GO:0034065
Definition
The process in which a DNA replication fork that has stalled is restored to a functional state and replication is restarted. The stalling may be due to DNA damage, DNA secondary structure, bound proteins, dNTP shortage, or other causes. Source: PMID:17660542, GOC:vw, PMID:11459955, PMID:15367656
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History
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Parents of replication fork processing (GO:0031297)
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replication fork processing [is_a relation] is_a  DNA-dependent DNA replication maintenance of fidelity (GO:0045005)
Children of replication fork processing (GO:0031297)
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mitotic recombination-dependent replication fork processing (GO:1990426) [is_a relation] is_a  replication fork processing
replication fork reversal (GO:0071932) [is_a relation] is_a  replication fork processing
DNA strand resection involved in replication fork processing (GO:0110025) [BFO:0000050 relation] BFO:0000050  replication fork processing
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