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Mikhaĭlov VS

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[RNA and DNA synthesis catalyzed by a DNA-polymerase alpha complex with primase from silkworm cells on single-stranded DNA]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1991 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Selective inhibition of 3'-5'-exonuclease activity of DNA-polymerase I from Escherichia coli by a fluoride ion]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1989 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Isolation of two forms of DNA polymerase alpha from roe of loach. Physico-chemical properties of the isoenzymes]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1983 Biokhimiia
[DNA polymerase gamma in the cells of loach embryos localized in mitochondria]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1983 Biokhimiia
[2 DNA synthesis enzyme systems in the nuclei of the loach Misgurnus fossilis. Participation of DNA polymerase alpha in the replication of embryonal nuclear DNA and DNA polymerase beta in the synthesis of hepatic nuclear DNA]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1981 Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR
[Isolation and characterization of DNA polymerase alpha, beta and gamma from the cells of the loach (Misgurnus fossilis)]. Mikhaĭlov VS 1981 Biokhimiia

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