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Das SK

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Title Authors Year Journal
Replication of linear duplex DNA in vitro with bacteriophage T5 DNA polymerase. Das SK 1981 Prog Nucleic Acid Res Mol Biol
Mechanism of 3' to 5' exonuclease associated with phage T5-induced DNA polymerase: processiveness and template specificity. Das SK 1980 Nucleic acids research
Mechanism of primer-template-dependent conversion of dNTP leads to dNMP by T5 DNA polymerase. Das SK 1980 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mechanism of T5-induced DNA polymerase. II. Characterization of the dead-end complex. Das SK 1977 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mechanism of T5-induced DNA polymerase. I. Replication of short primer templates. Das SK 1977 The Journal of biological chemistry
Primer-mediated inhibition of the hydrolysis of template DNA by T5-induced DNA polymerase. Das SK 1977 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Exonuclease associated with bacteriophage T5-Induced DNA polymerase. Das SK 1976 Journal of virology

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