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Miyazawa H

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The second largest subunit of mouse DNA polymerase epsilon, DPE2, interacts with SAP18 and recruits the Sin3 co-repressor protein to DNA. Miyazawa H 2002 J Biochem
E2F regulates growth-dependent transcription of genes encoding both catalytic and regulatory subunits of mouse primase. Miyazawa H 2001 Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms
Cloning and characterization of the 5'-upstream sequence governing the cell cycle-dependent transcription of mouse DNA polymerase alpha 68 kDa subunit gene. Miyazawa H 2000 Nucleic acids research
Transcription of the catalytic 180-kDa subunit gene of mouse DNA polymerase alpha is controlled by E2F, an Ets-related transcription factor, and Sp1. Miyazawa H 2000 Biochimica et biophysica acta
Molecular architecture of the mouse DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex. Miyazawa H 1999 Molecular and cellular biology
The second-largest subunit of the mouse DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex facilitates both production and nuclear translocation of the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase alpha. Miyazawa H 1998 Molecular and cellular biology
Molecular cloning of the cDNA for the catalytic subunit of plant DNA polymerase alpha and its cell-cycle dependent expression. Miyazawa H 1997 Genes Cells
Temperature-sensitive mutation of DNA polymerase alpha induces growth-suppressive phenotypes involving retinoblastoma protein and cyclin D1. Miyazawa H 1995 Cell Struct Funct
Identification of a point mutation in the cDNA of the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase alpha from a temperature-sensitive mouse FM3A cell line. Miyazawa H 1994 The Journal of biological chemistry
Molecular cloning of the cDNAs for the four subunits of mouse DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex and their gene expression during cell proliferation and the cell cycle. Miyazawa H 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
The c-myb proto-oncogene product binds to but does not activate the promoter of the DNA polymerase alpha gene. Miyazawa H 1992 Oncogene
Structure and expression during development of Drosophila melanogaster gene for DNA polymerase alpha. Miyazawa H 1991 Nucleic acids research
Isolation of temperature-sensitive cell cycle mutants from mouse FM3A cells. Characterization of mutants with special reference to DNA replication. Miyazawa H 1990 The Journal of biological chemistry
Characterization of revertants derived from a mouse DNA temperature-sensitive mutant strain, tsFT20, which contains heat-labile DNA polymerase alpha activity. Miyazawa H 1987 Exp Cell Res
Identification of a DNA segment containing the human DNA polymerase alpha gene. Miyazawa H 1986 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
Further characterization of a murine temperature-sensitive mutant, tsFT20 strain, containing heat-labile DNA polymerase alpha-activity. Miyazawa H 1986 Exp Cell Res
Assignment of the human gene for DNA polymerase alpha to the X chromosome. Miyazawa H 1985 Japanese journal of cancer research : Gann
Characterization of a temperature-sensitive mutant of mouse FM3A cells defective in DNA replication. Miyazawa H 1985 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Human DNA polymerase alpha. Compensation for heat-labile mouse DNA polymerase alpha and its gene localization on the X chromosome. Miyazawa H 1984 Molecular biology & medicine

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