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Iwasaki H

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Title Authors Year Journal
A DNA polymerase alpha accessory protein, Mcl1, is required for propagation of centromere structures in fission yeast. Iwasaki H 2008 PloS one
Genetic and physical interactions between Schizosaccharomyces pombe Mcl1 and Rad2, Dna2 and DNA polymerase alpha: evidence for a multifunctional role of Mcl1 in DNA replication and repair. Iwasaki H 2005 Curr Genet
Role of the Escherichia coli RecQ DNA helicase in SOS signaling and genome stabilization at stalled replication forks. Iwasaki H 2004 Genes & development
Mutagenic and nonmutagenic bypass of DNA lesions by Drosophila DNA polymerases dpoleta and dpoliota. Iwasaki H 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
Amino acid sequence motifs essential to 3'-->5' exonuclease activity of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase II. Iwasaki H 1994 The Journal of biological chemistry
Aphidicolin inhibits DNA polymerizing activity but not nucleolytic activity of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase II. Iwasaki H 1992 Biochimie
SOS-inducible DNA polymerase II of E coli is homologous to replicative DNA polymerase of eukaryotes. Iwasaki H 1991 Biochimie
Escherichia coli DNA polymerase II is homologous to alpha-like DNA polymerases. Iwasaki H 1991 Mol Gen Genet
The Escherichia coli polB gene, which encodes DNA polymerase II, is regulated by the SOS system. Iwasaki H 1990 J Bacteriol
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