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Shimizu M

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Title Authors Year Journal
Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III is responsible for the high level of spontaneous mutations in mutT strains. Shimizu M 2012 Molecular microbiology
Efficient and erroneous incorporation of oxidized DNA precursors by human DNA polymerase eta. Shimizu M 2007 Biochemistry
Involvement of Y-family DNA polymerases in mutagenesis caused by oxidized nucleotides in Escherichia coli. Shimizu M 2006 Journal of bacteriology
Visualization of the interaction between archaeal DNA polymerase and uracil-containing DNA by atomic force microscopy. Shimizu M 2006 Genes Cells
Erroneous incorporation of oxidized DNA precursors by Y-family DNA polymerases. Shimizu M 2003 EMBO reports
Synthetic activity of Sso DNA polymerase Y1, an archaeal DinB-like DNA polymerase, is stimulated by processivity factors proliferating cell nuclear antigen and replication factor C. Shimizu M 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
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