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Niimi A

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Title Authors Year Journal
Functions of base selection step in human DNA polymerase alpha. Niimi A 2010 DNA repair
Regulation of translesion synthesis DNA polymerase eta by monoubiquitination. Niimi A 2010 Molecular cell
PCNA mono-ubiquitination and activation of translesion DNA polymerases by DNA polymerase {alpha}. Niimi A 2009 J Biochem
Evidence that errors made by DNA polymerase alpha are corrected by DNA polymerase delta. Niimi A 2006 Current biology : CB
[Role of DNA polymerase a in genome stability]. Niimi A 2005 Seikagaku. The Journal of Japanese Biochemical Society
Palm mutants in DNA polymerases alpha and eta alter DNA replication fidelity and translesion activity. Niimi A 2004 Molecular and cellular biology
Distinct function of conserved amino acids in the fingers of Saccharomyces cerevisiae DNA polymerase alpha. Niimi A 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
The Gly-952 residue of Saccharomyces cerevisiae DNA polymerase alpha is important in discriminating correct deoxyribonucleotides from incorrect ones. Niimi A 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
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