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Miller MR

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Title Authors Year Journal
Effect of DNA polymerase inhibitors on DNA repair in intact and permeable human fibroblasts: evidence that DNA polymerases delta and beta are involved in DNA repair synthesis induced by N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine. Miller MR 1990 Biochemistry
Identification of DNA polymerase delta in CV-1 cells: studies implicating both DNA polymerase delta and DNA polymerase alpha in DNA replication. Miller MR 1987 Biochemistry
A microinjected monoclonal antibody against human DNA polymerase-alpha inhibits DNA replication in human, hamster, and mouse cell lines. Miller MR 1986 The Journal of biological chemistry
Monoclonal antibodies against human DNA polymerase-alpha inhibit DNA replication in permeabilized human cells. Miller MR 1985 The Journal of biological chemistry
Inhibition of DNA replication and DNA polymerase alpha activity by monoclonal anti-(DNA polymerase alpha) immunoglobulin G and F(ab) fragments. Miller MR 1985 Biochemistry
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