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Terrados G

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Title Authors Year Journal
PrimPol, an Archaic Primase/Polymerase Operating in Human Cells. Terrados G 2013 Molecular cell
DNA expansions generated by human PolĪ¼ on iterative sequences. Terrados G 2012 Nucleic acids research
Altered hematopoiesis in mice lacking DNA polymerase mu is due to inefficient double-strand break repair. Terrados G 2009 PLoS Genet
A role for DNA polymerase mu in the emerging DJH rearrangements of the postgastrulation mouse embryo. Terrados G 2009 Molecular and cellular biology
Characterization of a natural mutator variant of human DNA polymerase lambda which promotes chromosomal instability by compromising NHEJ. Terrados G 2009 PloS one
An intrinsic 5'-deoxyribose-5-phosphate lyase activity in DNA polymerase beta from Leishmania infantum supports a role in DNA repair. Terrados G 2006 DNA repair
Characterization of SpPol4, a unique X-family DNA polymerase in Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Terrados G 2005 Nucleic acids research
Aphidicolin-resistant and -sensitive base excision repair in wild-type and DNA polymerase beta-defective mouse cells. Terrados G 2004 DNA repair
Are there mutator polymerases? Terrados G 2003 ScientificWorldJournal
Lack of sugar discrimination by human Pol mu requires a single glycine residue. Terrados G 2003 Nucleic acids research

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