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Busbee D

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Title Authors Year Journal
Activity of DNA polymerase alpha in aging human fibroblasts. Busbee D 2000 Biogerontology
An accessory protein enhances both DNA binding and activity of DNA polymerase alpha isolated from normal, but not transformed, human fibroblasts. Busbee D 1996 Mutation research
Age-related changes in expression and activity of DNA polymerase alpha: some effects of dietary restriction. Busbee D 1993 Mutation research
Effects of aging and dietary restriction on DNA polymerase expression in mice. Busbee D 1991 Exp Gerontol
Age-related changes in DNA polymerase alpha expression. Busbee D 1989 Exp Gerontol
DNA polymerase alpha activity in mitogen-activated lymphocytes. Busbee D 1988 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Activation of a low specific activity form of DNA polymerase alpha by inositol-1,4-bisphosphate. Busbee D 1988 Cell
Lability of DNA polymerase alpha correlated with decreased DNA synthesis and increased age in human cells. Busbee D 1987 J Natl Cancer Inst
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