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Krahn JM

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Title Authors Year Journal
Template strand scrunching during DNA gap repair synthesis by human polymerase lambda. Krahn JM 2009 Nature structural & molecular biology
Role of the catalytic metal during polymerization by DNA polymerase lambda. Krahn JM 2007 DNA repair
Structural analysis of strand misalignment during DNA synthesis by a human DNA polymerase. Krahn JM 2006 Cell
Magnesium-induced assembly of a complete DNA polymerase catalytic complex. Krahn JM 2006 Structure (London, England : 1993)
Structural insight into the DNA polymerase beta deoxyribose phosphate lyase mechanism. Krahn JM 2005 DNA repair
A closed conformation for the Pol lambda catalytic cycle. Krahn JM 2005 Nature structural & molecular biology
Structural insights into DNA polymerase beta deterrents for misincorporation support an induced-fit mechanism for fidelity. Krahn JM 2004 Structure (London, England : 1993)
A structural solution for the DNA polymerase lambda-dependent repair of DNA gaps with minimal homology. Krahn JM 2004 Molecular cell
Structure of DNA polymerase beta with the mutagenic DNA lesion 8-oxodeoxyguanine reveals structural insights into its coding potential. Krahn JM 2003 Structure (London, England : 1993)

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