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Mano Y

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Title Authors Year Journal
Transition of DNA polymerase-alpha and endoplasmic reticulum during gastrulation of the sea urchin. Mano Y 1982 Dev Biol
Association of DNA polymerase alpha and beta with rough endoplasmic reticulum in sea-urchin eggs and changes in subcellular distribution during early embryogenesis. Mano Y 1980 Eur J Biochem
The mode of inhibitory action by pyridoxal 5-phosphate on DNA polymerase-alpha and -beta. Mano Y 1979 Nucleic acids research
The mode of inhibitory action by aphidicolin on eukaryotic DNA polymerase alpha. Mano Y 1979 Eur J Biochem
Differential susceptibilities of DNA polymerases-alpha and -beta to polyanions. Mano Y 1978 Nucleic acids research
Aphidicolin prevents mitotic cell division by interfering with the activity of DNA polymerase-alpha. Mano Y 1978 Nature
DNA polymerase-beta from the nuclear fraction of sea urchin embryos: characterization of the purified enzyme. Mano Y 1977 J Biochem
Stimulation of sea urchin DNA polymerase by protein factors. II. Formation of active complex in DNA polymerase reaction. Mano Y 1977 Biochimica et biophysica acta
A cytoplasmic inhibitor of DNA polymerase from the plasmodia of Physarum polycephalum. Mano Y 1976 J Biochem
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