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Akeson M

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Title Authors Year Journal
Direct observation of translocation in individual DNA polymerase complexes. Akeson M 2012 The Journal of biological chemistry
Dynamics of the translocation step measured in individual DNA polymerase complexes. Akeson M 2012 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Distinct complexes of DNA polymerase I (Klenow fragment) for base and sugar discrimination during nucleotide substrate selection. Akeson M 2011 The Journal of biological chemistry
Processive replication of single DNA molecules in a nanopore catalyzed by phi29 DNA polymerase. Akeson M 2010 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Replication of individual DNA molecules under electronic control using a protein nanopore. Akeson M 2010 Nature nanotechnology
Mapping the position of DNA polymerase-bound DNA templates in a nanopore at 5 A resolution. Akeson M 2009 ACS nano
Specific nucleotide binding and rebinding to individual DNA polymerase complexes captured on a nanopore. Akeson M 2009 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Electronic control of DNA polymerase binding and unbinding to single DNA molecules. Akeson M 2009 ACS nano
Sequence-specific detection of individual DNA polymerase complexes in real time using a nanopore. Akeson M 2007 Nat Nanotechnol

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