TY - CHAP A1 - Felix Wussow A2 - Tanja Spieckermann A3 - Anne Brunnemann A4 - Linda Hüske A5 - Tuna Toptan A6 - Helmut Fickenscher ED1 - Herve Seligmann Y1 - 2011-08-01 PY - 2011 T1 - Bacterial Genetics of Large Mammalian DNA Viruses: Bacterial Artificial Chromosomes as a Prerequisite for Efficiently Studying Viral DNA Replication and Functions N2 - The study of DNA advanced human knowledge in a way comparable to the major theories in physics, surpassed only by discoveries such as fire or the number zero. However, it also created conceptual shortcuts, beliefs and misunderstandings that obscure the natural phenomena, hindering its better understanding. The deep conviction that no human knowledge is perfect, but only perfectible, should function as a fair safeguard against scientific dogmatism and enable open discussion. With this aim, this book will offer to its readers 30 chapters on current trends in the field of DNA replication. As several contributions in this book show, the study of DNA will continue for a while to be a leading front of scientific activities. BT - DNA Replication SP - Ch. 30 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/18592 DO - 10.5772/18592 SN - PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2021-08-02 ER -