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Naryzhnyĭ SN

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Title Authors Year Journal
[3'-->5'-exonucleases of the rat liver and the correction of replication errors]. Naryzhnyĭ SN Izvestiia Akademii nauk SSSR. Seriia biologicheskaia
[Isolation of catalytically active subunit of protein kinase from a complex form of DNA-polymerase alpha in the rat liver using electrofractionation in denaturing conditions]. Naryzhnyĭ SN 1996 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Isolation of protein phosphokinase from a complex form of DNA polymerase alpha from rat liver]. Naryzhnyĭ SN 1993 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[Contribution of 3'---5'-exonuclease from rat liver nuclei in precision of DNA synthesis, catalyzed by mammalian DNA polymerase alpha]. Naryzhnyĭ SN 1993 Mol Biol (Mosk)
[The 3'----5'-exonucleases of rat liver enhance the fidelity of DNA synthesis catalyzed by mammalian DNA-polymerase alpha]. Naryzhnyĭ SN 1991 Dokl Akad Nauk SSSR
[Effect of the antitumor antibiotic bleomycin on DNA polymerase activity]. Naryzhnyĭ SN 1982 Biokhimiia

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