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        Section I. Genetic and Physical Structure

        • 1.   Overview: Where's the Beef? Looking for Information About Bacterial Chromosomes, John R. Roth
        • 2.   The Dynamic Bacterial Genome, Jeffrey G. Lawrence
        • 3.   Bacteriophages and the Bacterial Genome, Sherwood Casjens and Roger W. Hendrix
        • 4.   Global Approaches to the Bacterial Cell as an Integrated System, Michael T. Laub, Lucy Shapiro, and Harley H. McAdams
        • 5.   Major Nucleoid Proteins in the Structure and Function of the Escherichia coli Chromosome, Reid C. Johnson, Lianna M. Johnson, John W. Schmidt, and Jeffrey F. Gardner
        • 6.   Domain Behavior and Supercoil Dynamics in Bacterial Chromosomes, N. Patrick Higgins, Shuang Deng, Zhenhua Pang, Richard A. Stein, Keith Champion, and Dipankar Manna
        • 7.   Stationary-Phase Chromosomes, Abraham Minsky and Roberto Kolter

        Section II. Replication Machines

        • 8.   Replication Hits 50, Kenneth J. Marians
        • 9.   Initiation of Chromosomal Replication, Johanna Eltz and Elliott Crooke
        • 10. DNA Elongation, Manju M. Hingorani and Mike O'Donnell
        • 11. SeqA Protein Binding and the Escherichia coli Replication Fork, Therese Brendler and Stuart Austin
        • 12. Reinitiation of DNA Replication, Kenneth N. Kreuzer and Benedicte Michel
        • 13. The Terminus Region of the Escherichia coli Chromosome, or All's Well That Ends Well, Jean-Michel Louarn, Peter Kuempel, and Francois Cornet

        Section III. Transcription Machines

        • 14. Overview of Transcription, Jeffrey Roberts
        • 15. The Structure of Bacterial RNA Polymerase, Kati Geszvain and Robert Landick
        • 16. How Transcription Initiation Can Be Regulated in Bacteria, Simon L. Dove and Ann Hochschild
        • 17. Control of Transcription Termination and Antitermination, Irina Artsimovitch
        • 18. mRNA Decay and Processing, Sidney R. Kushner

         Section IV. Homologous Recombination-Repair Machines

        • 19. Overview of Homologous Recombination and Repair Machines, Andrei Kuzminov and Franklin W. Stahl
        • 20. The RecA Protein, Michael M. Cox
        • 21. Homologous Recombination by the RecBCD and RecF Pathways, Maria Spies and Stephen C. Kowalczykowski
        • 22. Recombination Machinery: Holliday Junction-Resolving Enzymes, Malcolm F. White
        • 23. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: How the MutSLH Repair System Kills the Cell, M. G. Marinus
        • 24. Excision Repair and Bypass, Bernard S. Strauss
        • 25. Misalignment-Mediated Mutations and Genetic Rearrangements at Repetitive DNA Sequences, Susan T. Lovett

        Section V. Nonhomologous Recombination

        • 26. DNA Transposons: Different Proteins and Mechanisms but Similar Rearrangements, Keith M. Derbyshire and Nigel D. F. Grindley
        • 27. Potential Mechanisms for Linking Phage Mu Transposition with Cell Physiology, Stella H. North and Hiroshi Nakai
        • 28. Chromosome Dimer Resolution, Francois-Xavier Barre and David J. Sherratt
        • 29. Replication of Linear Bacterial Chromosomes: No Longer Going Around in Circles, George Chaconas and Carton W. Chen