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Singhal RK

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Title Authors Year Journal
Modulation of base excision repair by low density lipoprotein, oxidized low density lipoprotein and antioxidants in mouse monocytes. Singhal RK 2000 Carcinogenesis
Up-regulation of base excision repair correlates with enhanced protection against a DNA damaging agent in mouse cell lines. Singhal RK 1998 Nucleic acids research
Requirement of mammalian DNA polymerase-beta in base-excision repair. Singhal RK 1996 Nature
Specific interaction of DNA polymerase beta and DNA ligase I in a multiprotein base excision repair complex from bovine testis. Singhal RK 1996 The Journal of biological chemistry
Specific inhibition of DNA polymerase beta by its 14 kDa domain: role of single- and double-stranded DNA binding and 5'-phosphate recognition. Singhal RK 1995 Nucleic acids research
DNA polymerase beta conducts the gap-filling step in uracil-initiated base excision repair in a bovine testis nuclear extract. Singhal RK 1995 The Journal of biological chemistry
Yeast open reading frame YCR14C encodes a DNA beta-polymerase-like enzyme. Singhal RK 1993 Nucleic acids research
Short gap-filling synthesis by DNA polymerase beta is processive. Singhal RK 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
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