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Cocco L

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Title Authors Year Journal
No discrete complexes containing DNA polymerase alpha activity can be solubilized from the heat-stabilized nuclear matrix prepared from HeLa S3 cells. Cocco L 1994 Cell Biochem Funct
Absence of high levels of DNA polymerase alpha activity in the nuclear matrix prepared from mouse erythroleukemia cells. Cocco L 1993 Cell Biol Int
The effect of in vitro heat exposure on the recovery of nuclear matrix-bound DNA polymerase alpha activity during the different phases of the cell cycle in synchronized HeLa S3 cells. Cocco L 1992 Exp Cell Res
On the association of DNA polymerase alpha activity with the nuclear matrix in HeLa cells. Cocco L 1991 Cell Biol Int Rep
Temperature-dependent association of DNA polymerase alpha activity with the nuclear matrix. Cocco L 1990 Exp Cell Res
Evidence for a reduction of the replicative activity of matrix-bound DNA polymerase alpha following treatment with phospholipase C. Cocco L 1988 Cell Biol Int Rep
Response of isolated nuclei to phospholipid vesicles: effect of phosphatidylserine on alpha and beta DNA polymerase activity. Cocco L 1987 Cell Biol Int Rep

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