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Mozzherin DJ

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Title Authors Year Journal
A single amino acid change (E85K) in human PCNA that leads, relative to wild type, to enhanced DNA synthesis by DNA polymerase delta past nucleotide base lesions (TLS) as well as on unmodified templates. Mozzherin DJ 2004 Biochemistry
Site-specific mutagenesis of Drosophila proliferating cell nuclear antigen enhances its effects on calf thymus DNA polymerase delta. Mozzherin DJ 2004 BMC Biochem
Architecture of the active DNA polymerase delta.proliferating cell nuclear antigen.template-primer complex. Mozzherin DJ 1999 The Journal of biological chemistry
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen promotes DNA synthesis past template lesions by mammalian DNA polymerase delta. Mozzherin DJ 1997 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Human DNA polymerase epsilon: enzymologic mechanism and gap-filling synthesis. Mozzherin DJ 1996 Biochemistry
The mammalian DNA polymerase delta--proliferating cell nuclear antigen--template-primer complex: molecular characterization by direct binding. Mozzherin DJ 1996 Biochemistry
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen promotes misincorporation catalyzed by calf thymus DNA polymerase delta. Mozzherin DJ 1996 The Journal of biological chemistry

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