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Burnouf DY

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Title Authors Year Journal
Distinct beta-clamp interactions govern the activities of the Y family PolIV DNA polymerase. Burnouf DY 2009 Molecular microbiology
Kinetics of deoxy-CTP incorporation opposite a dG-C8-N-2-aminofluorene adduct by a high-fidelity DNA polymerase. Burnouf DY 2009 Journal of molecular biology
Structural and biochemical analysis of sliding clamp/ligand interactions suggest a competition between replicative and translesion DNA polymerases. Burnouf DY 2004 Journal of molecular biology
Observing translesion synthesis of an aromatic amine DNA adduct by a high-fidelity DNA polymerase. Burnouf DY 2004 The Journal of biological chemistry
Effect of manganese on in vitro replication of damaged DNA catalyzed by the herpes simplex virus type-1 DNA polymerase. Burnouf DY 2002 Nucleic acids research
A single N-2-acetylaminofluorene adduct alters the footprint of T7 (exo-) DNA polymerase bound to a model primer-template junction. Burnouf DY 1998 Mutation research
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