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Kobayashi K

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Title Authors Year Journal
Inhibitory effects of vitamin K3 derivatives on DNA polymerase and inflammatory activity. Kobayashi K 2011 International journal of molecular medicine
Effects of quinone derivatives, such as 1,4-naphthoquinone, on DNA polymerase inhibition and anti-inflammatory action. Kobayashi K 2011 Medicinal chemistry (Shāriqah (United Arab Emirates))
Immunocytochemical identification of proliferative hepatocytes using monoclonal antibody to proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA/cyclin). Comparison with immunocytochemical staining for DNA polymerase-alpha. Kobayashi K 1992 Am J Clin Pathol
Identification and fine structure of proliferating hepatocytes in malignant and nonmalignant liver diseases by use of a monoclonal antibody against DNA polymerase alpha. Kobayashi K 1990 Hum Pathol
Effect of pisiferic acid and its derivatives on cytotoxicity macromolecular synthesis and DNA polymerase alpha of HeLa cells. Kobayashi K 1989 Int J Biochem

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