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Rodríguez I

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Title Authors Year Journal
The essential role of the 3' terminal template base in the first steps of protein-primed DNA replication. Rodríguez I 2012 PloS one
Involvement of the TPR2 subdomain movement in the activities of phi29 DNA polymerase. Rodríguez I 2009 Nucleic acids research
A specific subdomain in phi29 DNA polymerase confers both processivity and strand-displacement capacity. Rodríguez I 2005 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
phi29 DNA polymerase-terminal protein interaction. Involvement of residues specifically conserved among protein-primed DNA polymerases. Rodríguez I 2004 Journal of molecular biology
phi29 DNA polymerase residue Phe128 of the highly conserved (S/T)Lx(2)h motif is required for a stable and functional interaction with the terminal protein. Rodríguez I 2003 Journal of molecular biology
A conserved insertion in protein-primed DNA polymerases is involved in primer terminus stabilisation. Rodríguez I 2003 Journal of molecular biology

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