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Zhou Y

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Title Authors Year Journal
Production of recombinant human DNA polymerase delta in a Bombyx mori bioreactor. Zhou Y 2011 PloS one
The p12 subunit of human polymerase delta modulates the rate and fidelity of DNA synthesis. Zhou Y 2010 Biochemistry
DNA damage alters DNA polymerase delta to a form that exhibits increased discrimination against modified template bases and mismatched primers. Zhou Y 2009 Nucleic acids research
Protein phosphatase-1 is targeted to DNA polymerase delta via an interaction with the p68 subunit. Zhou Y 2008 Biochemistry
A novel DNA damage response: rapid degradation of the p12 subunit of dna polymerase delta. Zhou Y 2007 The Journal of biological chemistry
Functional roles of p12, the fourth subunit of human DNA polymerase delta. Zhou Y 2006 The Journal of biological chemistry
Direct interaction of p21 with p50, the small subunit of human DNA polymerase delta. Zhou Y 2006 Cell Cycle
A coordinated temporal interplay of nucleosome reorganization factor, sister chromatin cohesion factor, and DNA polymerase alpha facilitates DNA replication. Zhou Y 2004 Molecular and cellular biology
Expression and characterization of the small subunit of human DNA polymerase delta. Zhou Y 1997 The Journal of biological chemistry

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