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Schmitt MW

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Title Authors Year Journal
A Substitution in the Fingers Domain of DNA Polymerase Delta Reduces Fidelity by Altering Nucleotide Discrimination in the Catalytic Site. Schmitt MW 2013 The Journal of biological chemistry
Ultra-Sensitive Sequencing Reveals an Age-Related Increase in Somatic Mitochondrial Mutations That Are Inconsistent with Oxidative Damage. Schmitt MW 2013 PLoS genetics
The Werner syndrome exonuclease facilitates DNA degradation and high fidelity DNA polymerization by human DNA polymerase δ Schmitt MW 2012 The Journal of biological chemistry
The biochemistry and fidelity of synthesis by the apicoplast genome replication DNA polymerase Pfprex from the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Schmitt MW 2011 Journal of molecular biology
Active site mutations in mammalian DNA polymerase delta alter accuracy and replication fork progression. Schmitt MW 2010 The Journal of biological chemistry
High fidelity and lesion bypass capability of human DNA polymerase delta. Schmitt MW 2009 Biochimie

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