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Yang L

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Title Authors Year Journal
Highly organized but pliant active site of DNA polymerase beta: compensatory mechanisms in mutant enzymes revealed by dynamics simulations and energy analyses. Yang L 2004 Biophys J
Critical role of magnesium ions in DNA polymerase beta's closing and active site assembly. Yang L 2004 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Polymerase beta simulations suggest that Arg258 rotation is a slow step rather than large subdomain motions per se. Yang L 2002 Journal of molecular biology
Local deformations revealed by dynamics simulations of DNA polymerase Beta with DNA mismatches at the primer terminus. Yang L 2002 Journal of molecular biology
The cellular DNA polymerase alpha-primase is required for papillomavirus DNA replication and associates with the viral E1 helicase. Yang L 1994 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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