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Biswas SB

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Title Authors Year Journal
Subunit interactions in the assembly of Saccharomyces cerevisiae DNA polymerase alpha. Biswas SB 2003 Nucleic acids research
Purification and characterization of the DNA polymerase alpha associated exonuclease: the RTH1 gene product. Biswas SB 1997 Biochemistry
Purification and characterization of DNA polymerase alpha-associated replication protein A-dependent yeast DNA helicase A. Biswas SB 1997 Biochemistry
Purification and characterization of a yeast DNA polymerase alpha complex with associated primase, 5'-->3' exonuclease, and DNA-dependent ATPase activities. Biswas SB 1993 Biochemistry
DNA helicase associated with DNA polymerase alpha: isolation by a modified immunoaffinity chromatography. Biswas SB 1993 Biochemistry
Characterization of the DNA-dependent ATPase and a DNA unwinding activity associated with the yeast DNA polymerase alpha complex. Biswas SB 1993 Biochemistry
Nucleoside triphosphate binding to DNA polymerase III holoenzyme of Escherichia coli. A direct photoaffinity labeling study. Biswas SB 1984 The Journal of biological chemistry
The dnaX gene encodes the DNA polymerase III holoenzyme tau subunit, precursor of the gamma subunit, the dnaZ gene product. Biswas SB 1983 Mol Gen Genet

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