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Arana ME

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Title Authors Year Journal
Unexpected role for Helicobacter pylori DNA polymerase I as a source of genetic variability. Arana ME 2011 PLoS genetics
Kinetic analysis of the unique error signature of human DNA polymerase ν Arana ME 2011 Biochemistry
Evolutionary conservation of residues in vertebrate DNA polymerase N conferring low fidelity and bypass activity. Arana ME 2010 Nucleic acids research
Refolding active human DNA polymerase nu from inclusion bodies. Arana ME 2010 Protein Expr Purif
Mutator phenotypes due to DNA replication infidelity. Arana ME 2010 Seminars in cancer biology
Low-fidelity DNA synthesis by human DNA polymerase theta. Arana ME 2008 Nucleic acids research
A unique error signature for human DNA polymerase nu. Arana ME 2007 DNA repair
On the role of proofreading exonuclease in bypass of a 1,2 d(GpG) cisplatin adduct by the herpes simplex virus-1 DNA polymerase. Arana ME 2004 DNA repair
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