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Takahashi M

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Title Authors Year Journal
Selective recognition of unnatural imidazopyridopyrimidine:naphthyridine base pairs consisting of four hydrogen bonds by the Klenow fragment. Takahashi M 2009 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Unnatural imidazopyridopyrimidine:naphthyridine base pairs: selective incorporation and extension reaction by Deep Vent (exo- ) DNA polymerase. Takahashi M 2009 Nucleic acids research
Unnatural imidazopyridopyrimidine:naphthyridine base pairs: selective incorporation and extension reaction by DNA polymerases. Takahashi M 2009 Nucleic Acids Symp Ser (Oxf)
Induction of mutation in mouse FM3A cells by N4-aminocytidine-mediated replicational errors. Takahashi M 1988 Molecular and cellular biology
Proofreading of a mutagenic nucleotide, N4-aminodeoxycytidylic acid, by Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I. Takahashi M 1987 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Purification and characterization of two forms of DNA polymerase alpha from mouse FM3A cells: a DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex and a free DNA polymerase alpha. Takahashi M 1985 Cell Struct Funct
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