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Guo D

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Title Authors Year Journal
Translesion synthesis of acetylaminofluorene-dG adducts by DNA polymerase zeta is stimulated by yeast Rev1 protein. Guo D 2004 Nucleic acids research
Mutagenesis of benzo[a]pyrene diol epoxide in yeast: requirement for DNA polymerase zeta and involvement of DNA polymerase eta. Guo D 2003 Biochemistry
Two-step error-prone bypass of the (+)- and (-)-trans-anti-BPDE-N2-dG adducts by human DNA polymerases eta and kappa. Guo D 2002 Mutation research
trans-Lesion synthesis past bulky benzo[a]pyrene diol epoxide N2-dG and N6-dA lesions catalyzed by DNA bypass polymerases. Guo D 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Lesion bypass activities of human DNA polymerase mu. Guo D 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Activities of human DNA polymerase kappa in response to the major benzo[a]pyrene DNA adduct: error-free lesion bypass and extension synthesis from opposite the lesion. Guo D 2002 DNA repair
Translesion synthesis by yeast DNA polymerase zeta from templates containing lesions of ultraviolet radiation and acetylaminofluorene. Guo D 2001 Nucleic acids research
Specificity of DNA lesion bypass by the yeast DNA polymerase eta. Guo D 2000 The Journal of biological chemistry
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