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Ozaki H

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Title Authors Year Journal
Study on suitability of KOD DNA polymerase for enzymatic production of artificial nucleic acids using base/sugar modified nucleoside triphosphates. Ozaki H 2010 Molecules
Transcription and reverse transcription of artificial nucleic acids involving backbone modification by template-directed DNA polymerase reactions. Ozaki H 2009 Bioorg Med Chem
Modified DNA bearing 5(methoxycarbonylmethyl)-2'-deoxyuridine: preparation by PCR with thermophilic DNA polymerase and postsynthetic derivatization. Ozaki H 2003 Chembiochem
Enzymatic synthesis of labeled DNA by PCR using new fluorescent thymidine nucleotide analogue and superthermophilic KOD dash DNA polymerase. Ozaki H 2002 Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters
Synthesis of new modified DNAs by hyperthermophilic DNA polymerase: substrate and template specificity of functionalized thymidine analogues bearing an sp3-hybridized carbon at the C5 alpha-position for several DNA polymerases. Ozaki H 2002 Bioconjug Chem
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