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Kranaster R

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Title Authors Year Journal
Replication through an abasic DNA lesion: structural basis for adenine selectivity. Kranaster R 2010 The EMBO journal
One-step RNA pathogen detection with reverse transcriptase activity of a mutated thermostable Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase. Kranaster R 2010 Biotechnology journal
Directed evolution of DNA polymerases: construction and screening of DNA polymerase mutant libraries. Kranaster R 2010 Current protocols in chemical biology
Mutant DNA polymerase for improved detection of single-nucleotide variations in microarrayed primer extension. Kranaster R 2008 Chembiochem
New strategies for DNA polymerase library screening. Kranaster R 2008 Nucleic Acids Symp Ser (Oxf)
Hydrophobic amino acid and single-atom substitutions increase DNA polymerase selectivity. Kranaster R 2007 Chemistry & biology
Increased single-nucleotide discrimination in allele-specific polymerase chain reactions through primer probes bearing nucleobase and 2'-deoxyribose modifications. Kranaster R 2007 Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
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