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Stukenberg PT

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Title Authors Year Journal
Assembly of a chromosomal replication machine: two DNA polymerases, a clamp loader, and sliding clamps in one holoenzyme particle. V. Four different polymerase-clamp complexes on DNA. Stukenberg PT 1995 The Journal of biological chemistry
An explanation for lagging strand replication: polymerase hopping among DNA sliding clamps. Stukenberg PT 1994 Cell
The Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III holoenzyme contains both products of the dnaX gene, tau and gamma, but only tau is essential. Stukenberg PT 1993 J Bacteriol
The sliding clamp of DNA polymerase III holoenzyme encircles DNA. Stukenberg PT 1992 Molecular biology of the cell
Processive DNA synthesis by DNA polymerase II mediated by DNA polymerase III accessory proteins. Stukenberg PT 1992 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mechanism of the sliding beta-clamp of DNA polymerase III holoenzyme. Stukenberg PT 1991 The Journal of biological chemistry
Analysis of the ATPase subassembly which initiates processive DNA synthesis by DNA polymerase III holoenzyme. Stukenberg PT 1991 The Journal of biological chemistry

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