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Frick DN

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Title Authors Year Journal
The p12 subunit of human polymerase delta modulates the rate and fidelity of DNA synthesis. Frick DN 2010 Biochemistry
DNA damage alters DNA polymerase delta to a form that exhibits increased discrimination against modified template bases and mismatched primers. Frick DN 2009 Nucleic acids research
A complex of the bacteriophage T7 primase-helicase and DNA polymerase directs primer utilization. Frick DN 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
DNA primases. Frick DN 2001 Annual review of biochemistry
Characterization of a novel DNA primase from the Salmonella typhimurium bacteriophage SP6. Frick DN 2000 Biochemistry
An N-terminal fragment of the gene 4 helicase/primase of bacteriophage T7 retains primase activity in the absence of helicase activity. Frick DN 1998 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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