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Dong Q

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Title Authors Year Journal
Purification of mammalian DNA polymerases: DNA polymerase alpha. Dong Q 1995 Methods in enzymology
Rationale for mutagenesis of DNA polymerase active sites: DNA polymerase alpha. Dong Q 1995 Methods in enzymology
Interaction of herpes simplex virus 1 origin-binding protein with DNA polymerase alpha. Dong Q 1995 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Mutational studies of human DNA polymerase alpha. Lysine 950 in the third most conserved region of alpha-like DNA polymerases is involved in binding the deoxynucleoside triphosphate. Dong Q 1995 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mutational studies of human DNA polymerase alpha. Serine 867 in the second most conserved region among alpha-like DNA polymerases is involved in primer binding and mispair primer extension. Dong Q 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mutational studies of human DNA polymerase alpha. Identification of residues critical for deoxynucleotide binding and misinsertion fidelity of DNA synthesis. Dong Q 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
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