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Yang J

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Title Authors Year Journal
Cells deficient in the base excision repair protein, DNA polymerase beta, are hypersensitive to oxaliplatin chemotherapy. Yang J 2010 Oncogene
Site-directed mutations of T4 helicase loading protein (gp59) reveal multiple modes of DNA polymerase inhibition and the mechanism of unlocking by gp41 helicase. Yang J 2006 The Journal of biological chemistry
Interaction between the T4 helicase loading protein (gp59) and the DNA polymerase (gp43): unlocking of the gp59-gp43-DNA complex to initiate assembly of a fully functional replisome. Yang J 2005 Biochemistry
The dynamic processivity of the T4 DNA polymerase during replication. Yang J 2004 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
The application of a minicircle substrate in the study of the coordinated T4 DNA replication. Yang J 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
Purification and characterization of a gamma-like DNA polymerase from Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Yang J 1991 Biochemistry
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