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Starcevic D

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Title Authors Year Journal
Hinge residue I174 is critical for proper dNTP selection by DNA polymerase beta. Starcevic D 2010 Biochemistry
The I260Q variant of DNA polymerase beta extends mispaired primer termini due to its increased affinity for deoxynucleotide triphosphate substrates. Starcevic D 2008 Biochemistry
Expression of DNA polymerase {beta} cancer-associated variants in mouse cells results in cellular transformation. Starcevic D 2005 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hinge residue Ile260 of DNA polymerase beta is important for enzyme activity and fidelity. Starcevic D 2005 Biochemistry
Prostate-cancer-associated I260M variant of DNA polymerase beta is a sequence-specific mutator. Starcevic D 2005 Biochemistry
The hydrophobic hinge region of rat DNA polymerase beta is critical for substrate binding pocket geometry. Starcevic D 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
A DNA polymerase beta mutant from colon cancer cells induces mutations. Starcevic D 2004 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Is there a link between DNA polymerase beta and cancer? Starcevic D 2004 Cell Cycle

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