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Tissier A

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Title Authors Year Journal
Co-localization in replication foci and interaction of human Y-family members, DNA polymerase pol eta and REVl protein. Tissier A 2004 DNA repair
Altered nucleotide misinsertion fidelity associated with poliota-dependent replication at the end of a DNA template. Tissier A 2001 The EMBO journal
DNA polymerase iota and related rad30-like enzymes. Tissier A 2001 Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences
5'-Deoxyribose phosphate lyase activity of human DNA polymerase iota in vitro. Tissier A 2001 Science
Human DNA polymerase iota promiscuous mismatch extension. Tissier A 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
Biochemical characterization of human DNA polymerase iota provides clues to its biological function. Tissier A 2001 Biochem Soc Trans
poliota, a remarkably error-prone human DNA polymerase. Tissier A 2000 Genes & development
Misinsertion and bypass of thymine-thymine dimers by human DNA polymerase iota. Tissier A 2000 The EMBO journal

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