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Komori K

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Title Authors Year Journal
Crystal structure and functional implications of Pyrococcus furiosus hef helicase domain involved in branched DNA processing. Komori K 2005 Structure (London, England : 1993)
The archaeal DNA primase: biochemical characterization of the p41-p46 complex from Pyrococcus furiosus. Komori K 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
Archaeal primase: bridging the gap between RNA and DNA polymerases. Komori K 2001 Current biology : CB
Functional interdependence of DNA polymerizing and 3'-->5' exonucleolytic activities in Pyrococcus furiosus DNA polymerase I. Komori K 2000 Protein Eng
Functional interactions of a homolog of proliferating cell nuclear antigen with DNA polymerases in Archaea. Komori K 1999 J Bacteriol
A heterodimeric DNA polymerase: evidence that members of Euryarchaeota possess a distinct DNA polymerase. Komori K 1998 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
A novel DNA polymerase family found in Archaea. Komori K 1998 J Bacteriol

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