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Maul RW

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Title Authors Year Journal
DNA polymerase ΞΆ generates tandem mutations in immunoglobulin variable regions. Maul RW 2012 The Journal of experimental medicine
Escherichia coli DNA polymerase IV (Pol IV), but not Pol II, dynamically switches with a stalled Pol III* replicase. Maul RW 2012 Journal of bacteriology
A model for DNA polymerase switching involving a single cleft and the rim of the sliding clamp. Maul RW 2009 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Role of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I in conferring viability upon the dnaN159 mutant strain. Maul RW 2007 J Bacteriol
Mutant forms of the Escherichia colibeta sliding clamp that distinguish between its roles in replication and DNA polymerase V-dependent translesion DNA synthesis. Maul RW 2005 Molecular microbiology
Roles of the Escherichia coli RecA protein and the global SOS response in effecting DNA polymerase selection in vivo. Maul RW 2005 J Bacteriol
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