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Kobayashi A

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Title Authors Year Journal
Novel PCR-mediated mutagenesis employing DNA containing a natural abasic site as a template and translesional Taq DNA polymerase. Kobayashi A 2005 J Biotechnol
The second-largest subunit of the mouse DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex facilitates both production and nuclear translocation of the catalytic subunit of DNA polymerase alpha. Kobayashi A 1998 Molecular and cellular biology
Identification of the nuclear localization signal of mouse DNA primase: nuclear transport of p46 subunit is facilitated by interaction with p54 subunit. Kobayashi A 1996 Journal of cell science
Epstein-Barr virus single-stranded DNA-binding protein: purification, characterization, and action on DNA synthesis by the viral DNA polymerase. Kobayashi A 1996 Virology
Functional expression and characterization of the Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase catalytic subunit. Kobayashi A 1993 J Virol
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