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Bohn EW

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Title Authors Year Journal
Mouse DNA polymerase alpha. Subunit structure and identification of a species with associated exonuclease. Bohn EW 1979 The Journal of biological chemistry
Steady-state kinetics of mouse DNA polymerase beta. Bohn EW 1979 Biochemistry
Differential sensitivity of low molecular weight DNA polymerase to sulfhydryl-blocking reagents. Bohn EW 1975 Biochimica et biophysica acta
On the DNA polymerase III of mouse myeloma: partial purification and characterization. Bohn EW 1975 Biochemistry
Multiple forms of DNA polymerase in mouse myeloma. Bohn EW 1974 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Stimulation of DNA polymerase activity by the combination of p-hydroxymercuribenzoate and dithiothreitol. Bohn EW 1974 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
Studies on the activity of the A particle-associated Dna polymerase. Bohn EW 1974 Cancer research
Studies on DNA synthesis in murine myeloma. II. Activation of latent RNA-dependent DNA polymerase activity in membrane fractions. Bohn EW 1972 Biochemical and biophysical research communications

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