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Cleaver JE

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Title Authors Year Journal
Human DNA polymerase eta activity and translocation is regulated by phosphorylation. Cleaver JE 2008 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
p53 suppression overwhelms DNA polymerase eta deficiency in determining the cellular UV DNA damage response. Cleaver JE 2007 DNA repair
Adenovirus mediated transduction of the human DNA polymerase eta cDNA. Cleaver JE 2006 DNA repair
A novel role of DNA polymerase eta in modulating cellular sensitivity to chemotherapeutic agents. Cleaver JE 2006 Molecular cancer research : MCR
Recapitulation of the cellular xeroderma pigmentosum-variant phenotypes using short interfering RNA for DNA polymerase H. Cleaver JE 2003 Cancer research
Common pathways for ultraviolet skin carcinogenesis in the repair and replication defective groups of xeroderma pigmentosum. Cleaver JE 2000 Journal of dermatological science
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