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Shishkin GV

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Title Authors Year Journal
[Reagents for modification of protein-nucleic complexes. III. Site-specific photomodification of elongation complex of DNA polymerase beta with arylazide derivatives of primers sensitized with fluorescent ATP gamma-amide]. Shishkin GV 2001 Bioorg Khim
[Reagents for modification of protein-nucleic acids complexes. II. Site-specific photomodification of DNA-polymerase beta complexes with primers elongated by the dCTP exo-N-substituted arylazido derivatives]. Shishkin GV 2001 Bioorg Khim
[New photoreactive N(4)-substituted dCTP analogues:synthesis, photochemical characteristics, and substrate properties in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase catalyzed DNA synthesis]. Shishkin GV 1997 Bioorganicheskaia khimiia
dNTP binding to HIV-1 reverse transcriptase and mammalian DNA polymerase beta as revealed by affinity labeling with a photoreactive dNTP analog. Shishkin GV 1996 The Journal of biological chemistry
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