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Lundström EB

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Title Authors Year Journal
Structural basis for processive DNA synthesis by yeast DNA polymerase ɛ. Lundström EB 2014 Nature structural & molecular biology
Genome instability due to ribonucleotide incorporation into DNA. Lundström EB 2010 Nature chemical biology
Abundant ribonucleotide incorporation into DNA by yeast replicative polymerases. Lundström EB 2010 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Yeast DNA polymerase epsilon participates in leading-strand DNA replication. Lundström EB 2007 Science
The eukaryotic leading and lagging strand DNA polymerases are loaded onto primer-ends via separate mechanisms but have comparable processivity in the presence of PCNA. Lundström EB 2007 Nucleic acids research
Regulation of B family DNA polymerase fidelity by a conserved active site residue: characterization of M644W, M644L and M644F mutants of yeast DNA polymerase epsilon. Lundström EB 2007 Nucleic acids research
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