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Yamamoto S

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Title Authors Year Journal
Two regions in human DNA polymerase beta mRNA suppress translation in Escherichia coli. Yamamoto S 1992 Nucleic acids research
Aspartic acid residues at positions 190 and 192 of rat DNA polymerase beta are involved in primer binding. Yamamoto S 1991 Biochemistry
Site-directed mutagenesis of recombinant rat DNA polymerase beta: involvement of arginine-183 in primer recognition. Yamamoto S 1990 Biochemistry
Translation of hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase from the internal AUG codon, not from the upstream AUG codon for the core protein. Yamamoto S 1990 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Identification and subcellular localization of the polypeptide for chick DNA primase with a specific monoclonal antibody. Yamamoto S 1988 The Journal of biological chemistry
Tight association of DNA polymerase alpha with granular structures in the nuclear matrix of chick embryo cell: immunocytochemical detection with monoclonal antibody against DNA polymerase alpha. Yamamoto S 1984 Cell Struct Funct
Immunocytochemical localization of chick DNA polymerases alpha and beta +. Yamamoto S 1983 Journal of cellular physiology

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