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By increasing sequence speciﬁcity of ORC, Cdc6 may be playing an indirect role in origin selection, especially in higher eukaryotes where consensus initiators have been elusive.
Pombe. , 2001). ORC from higher eukaryotes, however, does not seem to have the same sequence speciﬁcity. K. Teer · A. , 2004). , 2003). While ORC may be responsible for DNA binding, the mechanism of such binding becomes unclear with increasing organism complexity, perhaps due to the increasing complexity of factors affecting origin selection. Although the intricacies of the ORC-DNA interaction are not fully understood, the general role of ORC in replication is now accepted. , 2000). This dependence of replication factor recruitment on ORC helps to explain the lethality of all ORC subunit deletions in yeast.
However, the nature and effect of these ubiquitination events is different. In hamster cells, Orc1 seems to be mono- and di-ubiquitinated, which causes its release from chromatin in S-phase until M-G1 (Li and DePamphilis, 2002). , 2003). Although not degraded during the cell cycle, hamster Orc1 is increasingly sensitive to proteasomal degradation when artiﬁcially released to the cytoplasm (Li and DePamphilis, 2002). , 2003). Despite the apparent contradictions, which may simply result from differences between organisms or even cell types, Orc1 binding to chromatin can be regulated in higher eukaryotes.