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Liu PK

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Title Authors Year Journal
Enhanced expression of alpha-type DNA polymerase genes reduces AZT cytotoxicity in hamster tr5 cells. Liu PK 1993 Somat Cell Mol Genet
On the DNA polymerase-a mutant: immunofluorescence assay of UV-induced thymidine dimers in Aphr-4-2 cells. Liu PK 1990 Somat Cell Mol Genet
Aphidicolin hypersensitive mutant of Chinese hamster V79 fibroblasts that underproduces DNA polymerase-alpha antigen. Liu PK 1989 Somat Cell Mol Genet
DNA polymerase-alpha: enzymology, function, fidelity, and mutagenesis. Liu PK 1986 Prog Nucleic Acid Res Mol Biol
Evidence for mutagenic repair in V79 cell mutant with aphidicolin-resistant DNA polymerase-alpha. Liu PK 1984 Somat Cell Mol Genet
Transfection of the DNA polymerase-alpha gene. Liu PK 1984 Science (New York, N.Y.)
Mammalian mutator mutant with an aphidicolin-resistant DNA polymerase alpha. Liu PK 1983 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Infidelity of DNA synthesis as a cause of mutagenesis. Liu PK 1983 Princess Takamatsu symposia

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