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Faust EA

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Title Authors Year Journal
DNA polymerase delta-dependent formation of a hairpin structure at the 5' terminal palindrome of the minute virus of mice genome. Faust EA 1996 Virology
Minute virus of mice-induced modification of the murine DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex permits the salt-induced dissociation of 12S DNA primase and 10S DNA polymerase alpha components. Faust EA 1993 Biochem Mol Biol Int
Murine DNA polymerase alpha fills gaps to completion in a direct assay. Altered kinetics of de novo DNA synthesis at single nucleotide gaps. Faust EA 1990 The Journal of biological chemistry
A novel primase-free form of murine DNA polymerase alpha induced by infection with minute virus of mice. Faust EA 1989 Biochemistry
ATP(GTP)-dependent conversion of MVM parvovirus single-stranded DNA to its replicative form by a purified 10 S species of mouse DNA polymerase alpha. Faust EA 1984 Biochimica et biophysica acta
In vitro conversion of MVM parvovirus single-stranded DNA to the replicative form by DNA polymerase alpha from Ehrlich ascites tumour cells. Faust EA 1982 Nucleic acids research

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