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Watanabe Y

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Title Authors Year Journal
Hypersensitivity in DNA mismatch repair-deficient colon carcinoma cells to DNA polymerase reaction inhibitors. Watanabe Y 2005 Cancer Lett
The carboxyl terminal sequence of nucleolar protein B23.1 is important in its DNA polymerase alpha-stimulatory activity. Watanabe Y 2001 J Biochem
[Changes in HBV-specific DNA polymerase activity in relation to the severity of HBsAg positive chronic liver disease]. Watanabe Y 1985 Nippon Shokakibyo Gakkai Zasshi
Purification and characterization of two forms of DNA polymerase alpha from mouse FM3A cells: a DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex and a free DNA polymerase alpha. Watanabe Y 1985 Cell Struct Funct
[DNA binding proteins and DNA polymerase stimulating factors of eukaryotic cells]. Watanabe Y 1983 Tanpakushitsu Kakusan Koso
Tetrahymena alpha-type DNA polymerase A: purification and subunit analysis. Watanabe Y 1982 J Biochem
DNA-dependent ATPase B of FM3A cells. Its separation from DNA polymerase alpha. Watanabe Y 1982 FEBS letters

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