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Asagoshi K

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Title Authors Year Journal
Interaction between DNA Polymerase β and BRCA1. Asagoshi K 2013 PloS one
Single-nucleotide base excision repair DNA polymerase activity in C. elegans in the absence of DNA polymerase {beta} Asagoshi K 2011 Nucleic acids research
Base excision repair and design of small molecule inhibitors of human DNA polymerase beta. Asagoshi K 2010 Cell Mol Life Sci
DNA polymerase beta-dependent long patch base excision repair in living cells. Asagoshi K 2010 DNA repair
Interplay between DNA polymerases beta and lambda in repair of oxidation DNA damage in chicken DT40 cells. Asagoshi K 2007 DNA repair
HMGB1 is a cofactor in mammalian base excision repair. Asagoshi K 2007 Molecular cell
Vertebrate POLQ and POLbeta cooperate in base excision repair of oxidative DNA damage. Asagoshi K 2006 Molecular cell
Assessment of the genotoxic potential of nitric oxide-induced guanine lesions by in vitro reactions with Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I. Asagoshi K 2005 Mutagenesis
DNA polymerase lambda protects mouse fibroblasts against oxidative DNA damage and is recruited to sites of DNA damage/repair. Asagoshi K 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
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