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Siedlecki JA

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Title Authors Year Journal
Low expression of DNA polymerase beta in human testicular germ cell tumours--impact on foetal gonocytic origin theory. Siedlecki JA 2002 Acta Oncol
Changes in the DNA polymerase beta gene expression during development of lung, brain, and testis suggest an involvement of the enzyme in DNA recombination. Siedlecki JA 1990 Exp Cell Res
Levels and size complexity of DNA polymerase beta mRNA in rat regenerating liver and other organs. Siedlecki JA 1989 Biochimica et biophysica acta
The ability of DNA polymerase beta to synthesize DNA beyond the gap with displacement of the non-replicated strand. Siedlecki JA 1987 Acta Biochim Pol
Evidence implying DNA polymerase beta function in excision repair. Siedlecki JA 1980 Nucleic acids research
Purification and properties of DNA polymerase gamma from rabbit intestinal epithelial cells. Siedlecki JA 1979 Acta Biochim Pol
DNA polymerase gamma of rabbit intestinal epithelial cells. Siedlecki JA 1977 Acta Biochim Pol
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