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Meijer WJ

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Title Authors Year Journal
Structure of the functional domain of phi29 replication organizer: insights into oligomerization and dna binding. Meijer WJ 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phi29 family of phages. Meijer WJ 2001 Microbiol Mol Biol Rev
Characterization of the bacteriophage phi29-encoded protein p16.7: a membrane protein involved in phage DNA replication. Meijer WJ 2001 Molecular microbiology
The putative coiled coil domain of the phi 29 terminal protein is a major determinant involved in recognition of the origin of replication. Meijer WJ 2000 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phage phi29 terminal protein residues Asn80 and Tyr82 are recognition elements of the replication origins. Meijer WJ 1999 The Journal of biological chemistry
DNA polymerase template switching at specific sites on the phi29 genome causes the in vivo accumulation of subgenomic phi29 DNA molecules. Meijer WJ 1998 Molecular microbiology
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