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Illana B

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Title Authors Year Journal
Compartmentalization of phage phi29 DNA replication: interaction between the primer terminal protein and the membrane-associated protein p1. Illana B 2000 The EMBO journal
The putative coiled coil domain of the phi 29 terminal protein is a major determinant involved in recognition of the origin of replication. Illana B 2000 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phage phi29 terminal protein residues Asn80 and Tyr82 are recognition elements of the replication origins. Illana B 1999 The Journal of biological chemistry
The RGD sequence in phage phi29 terminal protein is required for interaction with phi29 DNA polymerase. Illana B 1998 Virology
Functional characterization of the genes coding for the terminal protein and DNA polymerase from bacteriophage GA-1. Evidence for a sliding-back mechanism during protein-primed GA-1 DNA replication. Illana B 1996 Journal of molecular biology
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