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Padmanabhan R

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Title Authors Year Journal
Heterologous expression, purification, and characterization of adenovirus DNA polymerase and preterminal protein. Padmanabhan R 1996 Methods in enzymology
Biochemical characterization of a temperature-sensitive adenovirus DNA polymerase. Padmanabhan R 1994 Virology
Adenovirus DNA polymerase is a phosphoprotein. Padmanabhan R 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
Adenovirus DNA polymerase is phosphorylated by a stably associated histone H1 kinase. Padmanabhan R 1993 The Journal of biological chemistry
Three basic regions in adenovirus DNA polymerase interact differentially depending on the protein context to function as bipartite nuclear localization signals. Padmanabhan R 1991 New Biol
Nuclear transport of adenovirus DNA polymerase is facilitated by interaction with preterminal protein. Padmanabhan R 1988 Cell
Immunological analysis of 140-kDa adenovirus-encoded DNA polymerase in adenovirus type 2-infected HeLa cells using antibodies raised against the protein expressed in Escherichia coli. Padmanabhan R 1987 Virology
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