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Hubscher U

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Title Authors Year Journal
The Human Tim/Tipin Complex Directly Interacts with DNA Polymerase {epsilon} and Stimulates its Synthetic Activity. Hubscher U 2013 The Journal of biological chemistry
In Vitro Gap-directed Translesion DNA Synthesis of an Abasic Site Involving Human DNA Polymerases {epsilon}, {lambda}, and {beta}. Hubscher U 2011 The Journal of biological chemistry
Effect of 8-oxoguanine and abasic site DNA lesions on in vitro elongation by human DNA polymerase in the presence of replication protein A and proliferating-cell nuclear antigen. Hubscher U 2010 Biochem J
Proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA): a dancer with many partners. Hubscher U 2003 Journal of cell science
Eukaryotic DNA polymerases. Hubscher U 2002 Annual review of biochemistry
Replication protein A as a "fidelity clamp" for DNA polymerase alpha. Hubscher U 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry
The stereoselective targeting of a specific enzyme-substrate complex is the molecular mechanism for the synergic inhibition of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase by (R)-(-)-PPO464: a novel generation of nonnucleoside inhibitors. Hubscher U 2001 The Journal of biological chemistry

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