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Shevelev IV

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Title Authors Year Journal
In Vitro Gap-directed Translesion DNA Synthesis of an Abasic Site Involving Human DNA Polymerases {epsilon}, {lambda}, and {beta}. Shevelev IV 2011 The Journal of biological chemistry
[Investigation of the interaction of repair DNA polymerase beta and autonomous 3' --> 5'-exonucleases TREX1 and TREX2]. Shevelev IV 2010 Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol
The Bloom's syndrome helicase (BLM) interacts physically and functionally with p12, the smallest subunit of human DNA polymerase delta. Shevelev IV 2008 Nucleic acids research
[Complex of repair DNA polymerase beta with autonomous 3'-->5'-exonuclease shows increased accuracy of DNA synthesis]. Shevelev IV 2007 Izv Akad Nauk Ser Biol
DNA polymerase X from Deinococcus radiodurans possesses a structure-modulated 3'-->5' exonuclease activity involved in radioresistance. Shevelev IV 2006 Molecular microbiology
Human replication protein A can suppress the intrinsic in vitro mutator phenotype of human DNA polymerase lambda. Shevelev IV 2006 Nucleic acids research
Incorporation of non-nucleoside triphosphate analogues opposite to an abasic site by human DNA polymerases beta and lambda. Shevelev IV 2005 Nucleic acids research
DNA elongation by the human DNA polymerase lambda polymerase and terminal transferase activities are differentially coordinated by proliferating cell nuclear antigen and replication protein A. Shevelev IV 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phosphorylation of human DNA polymerase lambda by the cyclin-dependent kinase Cdk2/cyclin A complex is modulated by its association with proliferating cell nuclear antigen. Shevelev IV 2005 Nucleic acids research
Modulation of cellular response to cisplatin by a novel inhibitor of DNA polymerase beta. Shevelev IV 2005 Mol Pharmacol
Diketo hexenoic acid derivatives are novel selective non-nucleoside inhibitors of mammalian terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferases, with potent cytotoxic effect against leukemic cells. Shevelev IV 2005 Molecular pharmacology
The human Rad9/Rad1/Hus1 damage sensor clamp interacts with DNA polymerase beta and increases its DNA substrate utilisation efficiency: implications for DNA repair. Shevelev IV 2004 Nucleic acids research
De novo DNA synthesis by human DNA polymerase lambda, DNA polymerase mu and terminal deoxyribonucleotidyl transferase. Shevelev IV 2004 Journal of molecular biology
Human DNA polymerases lambda and beta show different efficiencies of translesion DNA synthesis past abasic sites and alternative mechanisms for frameshift generation. Shevelev IV 2004 Biochemistry
The DNA-polymerase-X family: controllers of DNA quality? Shevelev IV 2004 Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol
The human DNA polymerase lambda interacts with PCNA through a domain important for DNA primer binding and the interaction is inhibited by p21/WAF1/CIP1. Shevelev IV 2004 FASEB J
Involvement of an X family DNA polymerase in double-stranded break repair in the radioresistant organism Deinococcus radiodurans. Shevelev IV 2004 Molecular microbiology
Human DNA polymerase lambda diverged in evolution from DNA polymerase beta toward specific Mn(++) dependence: a kinetic and thermodynamic study. Shevelev IV 2003 Biochemistry
Mutagenesis of human DNA polymerase lambda: essential roles of Tyr505 and Phe506 for both DNA polymerase and terminal transferase activities. Shevelev IV 2003 Nucleic acids research
Human DNA polymerase lambda possesses terminal deoxyribonucleotidyl transferase activity and can elongate RNA primers: implications for novel functions. Shevelev IV 2003 Journal of molecular biology
The 3' 5' exonucleases. Shevelev IV 2002 Nature reviews. Molecular cell biology
Human DNA polymerase lambda functionally and physically interacts with proliferating cell nuclear antigen in normal and translesion DNA synthesis. Shevelev IV 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
The TREX2 3'-->5' exonuclease physically interacts with DNA polymerase delta and increases its accuracy. Shevelev IV 2002 ScientificWorldJournal
DNA polymerase theta purified from human cells is a high-fidelity enzyme. Shevelev IV 2002 Journal of molecular biology
[The correcting role of autonomous 3'-->5' exonucleases in mammalian multienzyme DNA polymerase complexes]. Shevelev IV 2002 Mol Biol (Mosk)
DNA polymerase lambda from calf thymus preferentially replicates damaged DNA. Shevelev IV 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Autonomous 3'-->5' exonucleases can proofread for DNA polymerase beta from rat liver. Shevelev IV 2000 Mutation research
[Corrective role of autonomous 3'--->5'-exonuclease in synthesis of DNA,catalyzed by DNA polymerase beta from rat liver]. Shevelev IV 1999 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Isolation of protein phosphokinase from a complex form of DNA polymerase alpha from rat liver]. Shevelev IV 1993 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Contribution of 3'---5'-exonuclease from rat liver nuclei in precision of DNA synthesis, catalyzed by mammalian DNA polymerase alpha]. Shevelev IV 1993 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[The 3'----5'-exonucleases of rat liver enhance the fidelity of DNA synthesis catalyzed by mammalian DNA-polymerase alpha]. Shevelev IV 1991 Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR
[Eukaryotic 3' leads to 5'-exonuclease correcting DNA-polymerase errors]. Shevelev IV 1983 Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR
[Effect of the antitumor antibiotic bleomycin on DNA polymerase activity]. Shevelev IV 1982 Biokhimiia
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