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Strerath M

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Title Authors Year Journal
Application of the C4'-alkylated deoxyribose primer system (CAPS) in allele-specific real-time PCR for increased selectivity in discrimination of single nucleotide sequence variants. Strerath M Biological chemistry
Directed DNA polymerase evolution: effects of mutations in motif C on the mismatch-extension selectivity of thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase. Strerath M 2007 Chembiochem
Increased single-nucleotide discrimination of PCR by primer probes bearing hydrophobic 4'C modifications. Strerath M 2004 Chembiochem : a European journal of chemical biology
Exploring the effects of active site constraints on HIV-1 reverse transcriptase DNA polymerase fidelity. Strerath M 2002 The Journal of biological chemistry
Implications of active site constraints on varied DNA polymerase selectivity. Strerath M 2002 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Varied DNA polymerase-substrate interactions in the nucleotide binding pocket. Strerath M 2002 Chembiochem
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