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Gao Z

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Title Authors Year Journal
Inhibitors of DNA polymerase beta: activity and mechanism. Gao Z 2008 Bioorg Med Chem
(+)-Myristinin A, a naturally occurring DNA polymerase beta inhibitor and potent DNA-damaging agent. Gao Z 2005 Journal of the American Chemical Society
New lupane triterpenoids from Solidago canadensis that inhibit the lyase activity of DNA polymerase beta. Gao Z 2004 Bioorg Med Chem
Biscoumarin derivatives from Edgeworthia gardneri that inhibit the lyase activity of DNA polymerase beta. Gao Z 2004 J Nat Prod
A new ursane triterpene from Monochaetum vulcanicum that inhibits DNA polymerase beta lyase. Gao Z 2004 J Nat Prod
Marine sesquiterpenoids that inhibit the lyase activity of DNA polymerase beta. Gao Z 2004 J Nat Prod
DNA polymerase beta lyase inhibitors from Maytenus putterlickoides. Gao Z 2004 J Nat Prod
Plant sterols as selective DNA polymerase beta lyase inhibitors and potentiators of bleomycin cytotoxicity. Gao Z 2004 Bioorg Med Chem
New neolignans that inhibit DNA polymerase beta lyase. Gao Z 2004 J Nat Prod
A new acylated oleanane triterpenoid from Couepia polyandra that inhibits the lyase activity of DNA polymerase beta. Gao Z 2003 J Nat Prod
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