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Karawya E

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Title Authors Year Journal
Properties and applications of new monoclonal antibodies raised against calf DNA polymerase alpha. Karawya E 1985 Analytical biochemistry
Measurement of DNA polymerase beta in skin fibroblast cell lines from patients with ataxia telangiectasia. Karawya E 1985 Mutation research
Synthesis of catalytically active polymerase alpha by in vitro translation of calf RNA. Karawya E 1984 Advances in experimental medicine and biology
Identification of a higher molecular weight DNA polymerase alpha catalytic polypeptide in monkey cells by monoclonal antibody. Karawya E 1984 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Synthesis of DNA polymerase by in vitro translation of calf RNA. Karawya E 1984 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Heterogeneity in the radiation survival curves and biochemical properties of human lung cancer cell lines. Karawya E 1984 Journal of the National Cancer Institute
DNA polymerase and simian virus 40 infection of resting monkey cells: induction of aphidicolin resistant alpha-polymerase. Karawya E 1983 Nucleic acids research
Improved conditions for activity gel analysis of DNA polymerase catalytic polypeptides. Karawya E 1983 Anal Biochem
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