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Nishizawa M

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Title Authors Year Journal
Aprataxin, causative gene product for EAOH/AOA1, repairs DNA single-strand breaks with damaged 3'-phosphate and 3'-phosphoglycolate ends. Nishizawa M 2007 Nucleic acids research
Induction of mutation in mouse FM3A cells by N4-aminocytidine-mediated replicational errors. Nishizawa M 1988 Molecular and cellular biology
DNA polymerases and DNA topoisomerases solubilized from nuclear matrices of regenerating rat livers. Nishizawa M 1984 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
Establishment of hybridoma clones which produce anti-chick embryo DNA polymerase alpha monoclonal antibodies. Nishizawa M 1982 Gann
Identification of a polypeptide component of mouse myeloma DNA polymerase gamma. Nishizawa M 1981 Biochimica et biophysica acta
Chick embryo DNA polymerase beta. Purified enzyme consists of a single Mr = 40,000 polypeptide. Nishizawa M 1980 The Journal of biological chemistry
In vitro synthesis of short DNA pieces by DNA polymerase alpha from mouse myeloma. Nishizawa M 1980 J Biochem
Difference in the mechanisms of poly(dT) synthesis by DNA polymerases beta and gamma. Nishizawa M 1979 Journal of biochemistry
Unique requirements for template primers of DNA polymerase beta from rat ascites hepatoma AH130 cells. Nishizawa M 1979 Nucleic acids research
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