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Braithwaite EK

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Title Authors Year Journal
Single-nucleotide base excision repair DNA polymerase activity in C. elegans in the absence of DNA polymerase {beta} Braithwaite EK 2011 Nucleic acids research
DNA polymerases beta and lambda mediate overlapping and independent roles in base excision repair in mouse embryonic fibroblasts. Braithwaite EK 2010 PloS one
Interplay between DNA polymerases beta and lambda in repair of oxidation DNA damage in chicken DT40 cells. Braithwaite EK 2007 DNA repair
DNA polymerase lambda mediates a back-up base excision repair activity in extracts of mouse embryonic fibroblasts. Braithwaite EK 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
DNA polymerase lambda protects mouse fibroblasts against oxidative DNA damage and is recruited to sites of DNA damage/repair. Braithwaite EK 2005 The Journal of biological chemistry
Mutagenesis of benzo[a]pyrene diol epoxide in yeast: requirement for DNA polymerase zeta and involvement of DNA polymerase eta. Braithwaite EK 2003 Biochemistry
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