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Knippers R

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Title Authors Year Journal
Synthesis of DNA polymerase alpha analyzed by immunoprecipitation from synchronously proliferating cells. Knippers R 1986 Biochemistry
A newly detected class of mammalian single strand-specific DNA-binding proteins. Effects on DNA polymerase alpha-catalyzed DNA synthesis. Knippers R 1985 The Journal of biological chemistry
ATP and the processivity of Xenopus laevis DNA polymerase alpha. Knippers R 1984 Biochimica et biophysica acta
Reactions in vitro of the DNA polymerase-primase from Xenopus laevis eggs. A role for ATP in chain elongation. Knippers R 1983 Eur J Biochem
Interaction of a mammalian single strand specific DNA binding protein with DNA polymerase alpha. Knippers R 1978 FEBS letters
Association of DNA polymerase with nucleosomes from mammalian cell chromatin. Knippers R 1978 Eur J Biochem
A single-strand-specific DNA-binding protein from mouse cells that stimulates DNA polymerase. Knippers R 1977 Eur J Biochem
DNA polymerase II. Knippers R 1970 Nature
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