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The replicative DNA helicase lies at the heart of the eukaryotic replication machine, yet how it works remains puzzling. New structures of the viral replicative helicase SV40 T antigen suggest that a novel concerted mode of nucleotide binding and hydrolysis powers conformation changes and DNA unwinding.
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