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Nimura Y

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Title Authors Year Journal
Arg660Ser mutation in Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase I suppresses T-->C transitions: implication of wobble base pair formation at the nucleotide incorporation step. Nimura Y 2001 Nucleic acids research
Identification and characterization of human DNA polymerase beta 2, a DNA polymerase beta -related enzyme. Nimura Y 2000 The Journal of biological chemistry
DNA polymerases and Ki-67 nuclear antigen are induced in correlation with the resected mass of rat liver up to 90%. Nimura Y 2000 Langenbeck's archives of surgery / Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie
Sulfated glycoglycerolipid from archaebacterium inhibits eukaryotic DNA polymerase alpha, beta and retroviral reverse transcriptase and affects methyl methanesulfonate cytotoxicity. Nimura Y 1998 Int J Cancer
Lithocholic acid, a putative tumor promoter, inhibits mammalian DNA polymerase beta. Nimura Y 1998 Jpn J Cancer Res
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