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Rajendran S

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Title Authors Year Journal
Activity of the isolated HIV RNase H domain and specific inhibition by N-hydroxyimides. Rajendran S 2004 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Two-metal ion mechanism of RNA cleavage by HIV RNase H and mechanism-based design of selective HIV RNase H inhibitors. Rajendran S 2003 Nucleic acids research
Interactions of the 8-kDa domain of rat DNA polymerase beta with DNA. Rajendran S 2001 Biochemistry
Energetics and specificity of Rat DNA polymerase beta interactions with template-primer and gapped DNA substrates. Rajendran S 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
Recognition of template-primer and gapped DNA substrates by the human DNA polymerase beta. Rajendran S 2001 Journal of molecular biology
Human DNA polymerase beta recognizes single-stranded DNA using two different binding modes. Rajendran S 1998 The Journal of biological chemistry
Transition between different binding modes in rat DNA polymerase beta-ssDNA complexes. Rajendran S 1998 Journal of molecular biology
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