bidirectional replication


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bidirectional replication

[‚bī·də‚rek·shən·əl ‚rep·lə′kā·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
A mechanism of replication of deoxyribonucleic acid that involves two replicating forks moving in opposite directions away from the same origin.
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Replacement primary storage for the hospital Schwyz in two different buildings on the campus of Spitales with synchronous and bidirectional replication existing at the other location., Including delivery, installation, commissioning, data migration, trade-in of existing storage systems and integration into IT systems Spitales.
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