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Myers TW

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Title Authors Year Journal
Selective amplification of RNA utilizing the nucleotide analog dITP and Thermus thermophilus DNA polymerase. Myers TW 1996 Nucleic acids research
Properties of the 5'-->3' exonuclease/ribonuclease H activity of Thermus thermophilus DNA polymerase. Myers TW 1995 Biochemistry
A 5' to 3' exonuclease functionally interacts with calf DNA polymerase epsilon. Myers TW 1992 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Structural relationships between two forms of DNA polymerase epsilon from calf thymus. Myers TW 1992 The Journal of biological chemistry
Reverse transcription and DNA amplification by a Thermus thermophilus DNA polymerase. Myers TW 1991 Biochemistry
Fidelity of mammalian DNA replication and replicative DNA polymerases. Myers TW 1991 Biochemistry
Substrate specificity of the exonuclease associated with calf DNA polymerase. Myers TW 1990 Cancer research
Mechanism of stimulation of T7 DNA polymerase by Escherichia coli single-stranded DNA binding protein (SSB). Myers TW 1988 The Journal of biological chemistry

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