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Méndez J

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Title Authors Year Journal
PrimPol, an Archaic Primase/Polymerase Operating in Human Cells. Méndez J 2013 Molecular cell
Molecular architecture of a multifunctional MCM complex. Méndez J 2011 Nucleic acids research
An aspartic acid residue in TPR-1, a specific region of protein-priming DNA polymerases, is required for the functional interaction with primer terminal protein. Méndez J 2000 Journal of molecular biology
Primer terminus stabilization at the phi 29 DNA polymerase active site. Mutational analysis of conserved motif KXY. Méndez J 1995 The Journal of biological chemistry
Protein-nucleic acid interactions in bacteriophage phi 29 DNA replication. Méndez J 1995 FEMS microbiology reviews
Primer-terminus stabilization at the psi 29 DNA polymerase active site. Mutational analysis of conserved motif TX2GR. Méndez J 1994 The Journal of biological chemistry
Structural and functional studies on phi 29 DNA polymerase. Méndez J 1992 Chromosoma
Initiation of phi 29 DNA replication occurs at the second 3' nucleotide of the linear template: a sliding-back mechanism for protein-primed DNA replication. Méndez J 1992 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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