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Podust LM

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Title Authors Year Journal
DNA polymerase delta holoenzyme: action on single-stranded DNA and on double-stranded DNA in the presence of replicative DNA helicases. Podust LM 1995 Biochemistry
Mammalian DNA polymerase auxiliary proteins: analysis of replication factor C-catalyzed proliferating cell nuclear antigen loading onto circular double-stranded DNA. Podust LM 1995 Molecular and cellular biology
Tyrosine 114 is essential for the trimeric structure and the functional activities of human proliferating cell nuclear antigen. Podust LM 1995 The EMBO journal
Mechanism of inhibition of proliferating cell nuclear antigen-dependent DNA synthesis by the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p21. Podust LM 1995 Biochemistry
Assembly of DNA polymerase delta and epsilon holoenzymes depends on the geometry of the DNA template. Podust LM 1994 Nucleic acids research
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