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Kirby TW

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Title Authors Year Journal
Metal-induced DNA translocation leads to DNA polymerase conformational activation. Kirby TW 2011 Nucleic acids research
Structure of the Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III epsilon-HOT proofreading complex. Kirby TW 2006 The Journal of biological chemistry
A thymine isostere in the templating position disrupts assembly of the closed DNA polymerase beta ternary complex. Kirby TW 2005 Biochemistry
Nuclear magnetic resonance solution structure of the Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III theta subunit. Kirby TW 2005 J Bacteriol
Dynamic characterization of a DNA repair enzyme: NMR studies of [methyl-13C]methionine-labeled DNA polymerase beta. Kirby TW 2004 Biochemistry
Phage like it HOT: solution structure of the bacteriophage P1-encoded HOT protein, a homolog of the theta subunit of E. coli DNA polymerase III. Kirby TW 2004 Structure (London, England : 1993)
Solution structure of the lyase domain of human DNA polymerase lambda. Kirby TW 2003 Biochemistry
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