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Starck SR

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Title Authors Year Journal
(+)-Myristinins A and D from Knema elegans, which inhibit DNA polymerase beta and cleave DNA. Starck SR 2005 J Nat Prod
(+)-Myristinin A, a naturally occurring DNA polymerase beta inhibitor and potent DNA-damaging agent. Starck SR 2005 Journal of the American Chemical Society
A new 7,8-euphadien-type triterpenoid from Brackenridgea nitida and Bleasdalea bleasdalei that inhibits DNA polymerase beta. Starck SR 2000 J Nat Prod
Pentacyclic triterpenoids from Freziera sp. that inhibit DNA polymerase beta. Starck SR 2000 Bioorg Med Chem
DNA polymerase beta inhibitors from Tetracera boiviniana. Starck SR 1999 J Nat Prod
DNA polymerase beta inhibitors from Sandoricum koetjape. Starck SR 1999 J Nat Prod
bis-5-Alkylresorcinols from Panopsis rubescens that inhibit DNA polymerase beta. Starck SR 1999 J Nat Prod
DNA polymerase beta inhibitors from Baeckea gunniana. Starck SR 1999 J Nat Prod
Harbinatic acid, a novel and potent DNA polymerase beta inhibitor from Hardwickia binata. Starck SR 1999 J Nat Prod
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