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Tsubaki K

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Title Authors Year Journal
Inhibitory effects of vitamin K3 derivatives on DNA polymerase and inflammatory activity. Tsubaki K 2011 International journal of molecular medicine
Inhibitory effect of novel 5-O-acyl juglones on mammalian DNA polymerase activity, cancer cell growth and inflammatory response. Tsubaki K 2011 Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
Effects of Intermediates between Vitamins K(2) and K(3) on Mammalian DNA Polymerase Inhibition and Anti-Inflammatory Activity. Tsubaki K 2011 International journal of molecular sciences
Synthesis and structure-activity relationships of dehydroaltenusin derivatives as selective DNA polymerase alpha inhibitors. Tsubaki K 2009 Bioorg Med Chem
Effect of dehydroaltenusin-C12 derivative, a selective DNA polymerase alpha inhibitor, on DNA replication in cultured cells. Tsubaki K 2008 Molecules
The specific inhibitory effect of demethoxydehydroaltenusin, a derivative of dehydroaltenusin, on mammalian DNA polymerase alpha. Tsubaki K 2008 Int J Mol Med
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