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Correction: Origins of DNA replication

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Correction: Origins of DNA replication

  • The PLOS Genetics Staff
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There are numerous errors in the Reference section, which were introduced by the PLOS production team. Specifically, there are errors in the formatting and spacing of the journal names contained within the references. The publisher apologizes for the errors. The corrected reference list can be found here:

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