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Takata K

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Title Authors Year Journal
Novel enzymatic function of DNA polymerase nu in translesion DNA synthesis past major groove DNA-peptide and DNA-DNA cross-links. Takata K 2010 Chemical research in toxicology
Evolutionary conservation of residues in vertebrate DNA polymerase N conferring low fidelity and bypass activity. Takata K 2010 Nucleic acids research
A unique error signature for human DNA polymerase nu. Takata K 2007 DNA repair
Human DNA polymerase N (POLN) is a low fidelity enzyme capable of error-free bypass of 5S-thymine glycol. Takata K 2006 The Journal of biological chemistry
Characterization of a second proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA2) from Drosophila melanogaster. Takata K 2006 The FEBS journal
Site-directed mutational analysis of structural interactions of low molecule compounds binding to the N-terminal 8 kDa domain of DNA polymerase beta. Takata K 2006 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Purification of Drosophila DNA polymerase zeta by REV1 protein-affinity chromatography. Takata K 2004 Biochem J
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