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Ohashi M

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Title Authors Year Journal
The difference in the stimulation by putrescine of DNA synthesis using DNA polymerase extracts of normal rat liver or of tumour tissue or host liver from tumour-bearing rats. Ohashi M 2002 Cell Biochem Funct
Age-dependent changes in DNA polymerase fidelity and proofreading activity during cellular aging. Ohashi M 1999 Mech Ageing Dev
Effect of a 3'-->5' exonuclease with a proofreading function on the fidelity of error-prone DNA polymerase alpha from regenerating liver of aged rats. Ohashi M 1998 Mech Ageing Dev
Age-associated changes in the template-reading fidelity of DNA polymerase alpha from regenerating rat liver. Ohashi M 1996 Mech Ageing Dev
Aphidicolin-resistant mutants of bacteriophage phi 29: genetic evidence for altered DNA polymerase. Ohashi M 1986 Virology
Aphidicolin resistant mutant of which DNA polymerase alpha is induced by this drug. Ohashi M 1979 Biochem Biophys Res Commun
Aphidicolin prevents mitotic cell division by interfering with the activity of DNA polymerase-alpha. Ohashi M 1978 Nature
Aphidicolin: a specific inhibitor of DNA polymerases in the cytosol of rat liver. Ohashi M 1978 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
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