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Jergic S

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Title Authors Year Journal
Proofreading exonuclease on a tether: the complex between the E. coli DNA polymerase III subunits α, epsilon, θ and β reveals a highly flexible arrangement of the proofreading domain. Jergic S 2013 Nucleic acids research
A single subunit directs the assembly of the Escherichia coli DNA sliding clamp loader. Jergic S 2010 Structure (London, England : 1993)
The proofreading exonuclease subunit epsilon of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III is tethered to the polymerase subunit alpha via a flexible linker. Jergic S 2008 Nucleic acids research
The unstructured C-terminus of the tau subunit of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III holoenzyme is the site of interaction with the alpha subunit. Jergic S 2007 Nucleic acids research
Solution structure of Domains IVa and V of the tau subunit of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III and interaction with the alpha subunit. Jergic S 2007 Nucleic acids research
Inhibition of protein interactions with the beta 2 sliding clamp of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III by peptides from beta 2-binding proteins. Jergic S 2004 Biochemistry
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