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Favre A

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Title Authors Year Journal
Localization of the large subunit of replication factor C near the 5' end of DNA primers. Favre A Journal of molecular recognition : JMR
Synthesis of base-substituted dUTP analogues carrying a photoreactive group and their application to study human replication protein A. Favre A Bioconjugate chemistry
Comparison of functional properties of mammalian DNA polymerase lambda and DNA polymerase beta in reactions of DNA synthesis related to DNA repair. Favre A 2005 Biochimica et biophysica acta
A new binary system for photosensitized labeling of DNA polymerases in nuclear extract. Favre A 2003 Biochemistry. Biokhimii͡a
Photoaffinity labeling of proteins in bovine testis nuclear extract. Favre A 2002 Biochemical and biophysical research communications
Subunits of human replication protein A are crosslinked by photoreactive primers synthesized by DNA polymerases. Favre A 1998 Nucleic acids research
Alternative conformations of human replication protein A are detected by crosslinks with primers carrying a photoreactive group at the 3'-end. Favre A 1998 FEBS letters

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