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Nasheuer HP

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Title Authors Year Journal
Synthesis of base-substituted dUTP analogues carrying a photoreactive group and their application to study human replication protein A. Nasheuer HP Bioconjugate chemistry
Segregation of replicative DNA polymerases during S phase: DNA polymerase ε, but not DNA polymerases α/δ, are associated with lamins throughout S phase in human cells. Nasheuer HP 2012 The Journal of biological chemistry
Host-specific replication of BK virus DNA in mouse cell extracts is independently controlled by DNA polymerase alpha-primase and inhibitory activities. Nasheuer HP 2010 J Virol
DNA polymerase epsilon associates with the elongating form of RNA polymerase II and nascent transcripts. Nasheuer HP 2006 FEBS J
Physical and functional interactions of the tumor suppressor protein p53 and DNA polymerase alpha-primase. Nasheuer HP 2002 Nucleic acids research
Control of complex formation of DNA polymerase alpha-primase and cell-free DNA replication by the C-terminal amino acids of the largest subunit p180. Nasheuer HP 2002 FEBS letters
Species specificity of simian virus 40 DNA replication in vitro requires multiple functions of human DNA polymerase alpha. Nasheuer HP 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Amino acids 257 to 288 of mouse p48 control the cooperation of polyomavirus large T antigen, replication protein A, and DNA polymerase alpha-primase to synthesize DNA in vitro. Nasheuer HP 2001 J Virol
Multiple phosphorylation sites of DNA polymerase alpha-primase cooperate to regulate the initiation of DNA replication in vitro. Nasheuer HP 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
Cell cycle-dependent regulation of human DNA polymerase alpha-primase activity by phosphorylation. Nasheuer HP 1999 Molecular and cellular biology
Surface plasmon resonance measurements reveal stable complex formation between p53 and DNA polymerase alpha. Nasheuer HP 1999 Oncogene
Alternative conformations of human replication protein A are detected by crosslinks with primers carrying a photoreactive group at the 3'-end. Nasheuer HP 1998 FEBS letters
Primase activity of human DNA polymerase alpha-primase. Divalent cations stabilize the enzyme activity of the p48 subunit. Nasheuer HP 1998 The Journal of biological chemistry
Subunits of human replication protein A are crosslinked by photoreactive primers synthesized by DNA polymerases. Nasheuer HP 1998 Nucleic acids research
Cell cycle-dependent phosphorylation of human DNA polymerase alpha. Nasheuer HP 1991 The Journal of biological chemistry
DNA polymerase alpha-DNA primase from human placenta. Immunoaffinity purification and preliminary characterization. Nasheuer HP 1989 FEBS letters
Immunoaffinity-purified DNA polymerase alpha displays novel properties. Nasheuer HP 1987 Biochemistry
Lactate dehydrogenase and glyceraldehyde-phosphate dehydrogenase are single-stranded DNA-binding proteins that affect the DNA-polymerase-alpha-primase complex. Nasheuer HP 1986 Eur J Biochem

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