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Opresko PL

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Title Authors Year Journal
DNA polymerase δ stalls on telomeric lagging strand templates independently from G-quadruplex formation. Opresko PL 2013 Nucleic acids research
DNA structure and the Werner protein modulate human DNA polymerase delta-dependent replication dynamics within the common fragile site FRA16D. Opresko PL 2010 Nucleic acids research
Telomere repeat binding factor 2 interacts with base excision repair proteins and stimulates DNA synthesis by DNA polymerase beta. Opresko PL 2006 Cancer research
The Werner syndrome protein operates in base excision repair and cooperates with DNA polymerase beta. Opresko PL 2006 Nucleic acids research
The Werner syndrome protein stimulates DNA polymerase beta strand displacement synthesis via its helicase activity. Opresko PL 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
Hydrophobic interactions in the hinge domain of DNA polymerase beta are important but not sufficient for maintaining fidelity of DNA synthesis. Opresko PL 2000 Biochemistry
DNA polymerase mutagenic bypass and proofreading of endogenous DNA lesions. Opresko PL 1999 Mutation research
The mutator form of polymerase beta with amino acid substitution at tyrosine 265 in the hinge region displays an increase in both base substitution and frame shift errors. Opresko PL 1998 Biochemistry

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