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Wolfle WT

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Title Authors Year Journal
Replication past a trans-4-hydroxynonenal minor-groove adduct by the sequential action of human DNA polymerases iota and kappa. Wolfle WT 2006 Molecular and cellular biology
Evidence for a Watson-Crick hydrogen bonding requirement in DNA synthesis by human DNA polymerase kappa. Wolfle WT 2005 Molecular and cellular biology
Human DNA polymerase iota promotes replication through a ring-closed minor-groove adduct that adopts a syn conformation in DNA. Wolfle WT 2005 Molecular and cellular biology
Dpo4 is hindered in extending a G.T mismatch by a reverse wobble. Wolfle WT 2004 Nature structural & molecular biology
Efficient and error-free replication past a minor-groove DNA adduct by the sequential action of human DNA polymerases iota and kappa. Wolfle WT 2004 Molecular and cellular biology
Yeast DNA polymerase eta makes functional contacts with the DNA minor groove only at the incoming nucleoside triphosphate. Wolfle WT 2003 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Human DNA polymerase kappa uses template-primer misalignment as a novel means for extending mispaired termini and for generating single-base deletions. Wolfle WT 2003 Genes Dev
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