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Tanaka A

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Title Authors Year Journal
Acylated catechin derivatives: inhibitors of DNA polymerase and angiogenesis. Tanaka A 2011 Frontiers in bioscience (Elite edition)
Epicatechin conjugated with fatty acid is a potent inhibitor of DNA polymerase and angiogenesis. Tanaka A 2007 Life Sci
Catechin conjugated with fatty acid inhibits DNA polymerase and angiogenesis. Tanaka A 2006 DNA Cell Biol
Systematic synthesis of galloyl-substituted procyanidin B1 and B2, and their ability of DPPH radical scavenging activity and inhibitory activity of DNA polymerases. Tanaka A 2005 Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
Structural analysis of catechin derivatives as mammalian DNA polymerase inhibitors. Tanaka A 2005 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Temperature-sensitive mutation of DNA polymerase alpha induces growth-suppressive phenotypes involving retinoblastoma protein and cyclin D1. Tanaka A 1995 Cell Struct Funct
Preferential loss of DNA polymerase alpha following suppression of replicative DNA synthesis of guinea pig macrophages by the immunostimulants muramyl dipeptide or lipopolysaccharide. Tanaka A 1987 J Leukoc Biol

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