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Unk I

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Title Authors Year Journal
Roles of PCNA-binding and ubiquitin-binding domains in human DNA polymerase eta in translesion DNA synthesis. Unk I 2008 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Ubiquitylation of yeast proliferating cell nuclear antigen and its implications for translesion DNA synthesis. Unk I 2006 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Complex formation of yeast Rev1 and Rev7 proteins: a novel role for the polymerase-associated domain. Unk I 2005 Molecular and cellular biology
A single domain in human DNA polymerase iota mediates interaction with PCNA: implications for translesion DNA synthesis. Unk I 2005 Molecular and cellular biology
Stimulation of DNA synthesis activity of human DNA polymerase kappa by PCNA. Unk I 2002 Molecular and cellular biology
Physical and functional interactions of human DNA polymerase eta with PCNA. Unk I 2001 Molecular and cellular biology
Targeting of human DNA polymerase iota to the replication machinery via interaction with PCNA. Unk I 2001 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Interaction with PCNA is essential for yeast DNA polymerase eta function. Unk I 2001 Molecular cell
Roles of yeast DNA polymerases delta and zeta and of Rev1 in the bypass of abasic sites. Unk I 2001 Genes Dev
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