Answer to Question #65244 in Molecular Biology for Sanjukta Ghosh

Question #65244
What is the structure of DNA polymerase III ?

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Both images are correct. The first one from Snustard and Simmons show a single molecule of polymerase.
The image from Lehninger represents two molecules, which are joined at the region of clamp loader. It allows their simulatnous functioning and replication of the two strands.

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15.02.17, 16:47

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Sanjukta Ghosh
14.02.17, 21:15

You might like to take a look again both the diagrams illustrate the asymmetrical dimeric DNA polymerase III with a little conformational difference.

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