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Griffith JD

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Title Authors Year Journal
Architecture of the bacteriophage T4 replication complex revealed with nanoscale biopointers. Griffith JD 2007 The Journal of biological chemistry
A single-stranded DNA-binding protein of bacteriophage T7 defective in DNA annealing. Griffith JD 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
The carboxyl-terminal domain of bacteriophage T7 single-stranded DNA-binding protein modulates DNA binding and interaction with T7 DNA polymerase. Griffith JD 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
Lagging strand synthesis in coordinated DNA synthesis by bacteriophage t7 replication proteins. Griffith JD 2002 Journal of molecular biology
Analysis of the Okazaki fragment distributions along single long DNAs replicated by the bacteriophage T4 proteins. Griffith JD 2000 Molecular cell
Coordinated leading and lagging strand DNA synthesis on a minicircular template. Griffith JD 1998 Molecular cell
Formation of a DNA loop at the replication fork generated by bacteriophage T7 replication proteins. Griffith JD 1998 The Journal of biological chemistry
Rolling circle DNA replication by extracts of herpes simplex virus type 1-infected human cells. Griffith JD 1996 Journal of virology

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