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Srivastava A

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Participation of the fingers subdomain of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I in the strand displacement synthesis of DNA. Srivastava A 2007 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phe 771 of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I (Klenow fragment) is the major site for the interaction with the template overhang and the stabilization of the pre-polymerase ternary complex. Srivastava A 2003 Biochemistry
Lysine 152 of MuLV reverse transcriptase is required for the integrity of the active site. Srivastava A 2002 Biochemistry
Enzymatic activities associated with avian and murine retroviral DNA polymerases. Catalysis of and active site involvement in pyrophosphate exchange and pyrophosphorolysis reactions. Srivastava A 1980 The Journal of biological chemistry
Phenylglyoxal as a template site-specific reagent for DNA and RNA polymerases. Selective inhibition of initiation. Srivastava A 1980 The Journal of biological chemistry
Reverse transcriptase-associated RNase H. Part IV. Pyrophosphate does not inhibit RNase H activity of AMV DNA polymerase. Srivastava A 1979 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
Reverse transcriptase-associated ribonuclease H does not require zinc for catalysis. Srivastava A 1979 The Journal of biological chemistry

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