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Holmes AM

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Title Authors Year Journal
Calcium-dependent calmodulin-binding proteins associated with mammalian DNA polymerase alpha. Holmes AM 1988 Biochimica et biophysica acta
Initiation of DNA synthesis by the calf thymus DNA polymerase-primase complex. Holmes AM 1985 The Journal of biological chemistry
Studies on the inhibition of highly purified calf thymus 8S and 7.3S DNA polymerase alpha by aphidicolin. Holmes AM 1981 Nucleic acids research
Studies on the processivity of highly purified calf thymus 8S and 7.3S DNA polymerase alpha. Holmes AM 1979 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Further studies on partially purified calf thymus DNA polymerase a. Holmes AM 1979 Nucleic acids research
Studies on the purification and properties of a 6.8-S DNA polymerase activity found in calf-thymus DNA polymerase-alpha fraction. Holmes AM 1978 Eur J Biochem
Distinct cytoplasmic and nuclear DNA polymerases from rat liver. Holmes AM 1971 FEBS letters

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