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Burgers PeterMJ

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Title Authors Year Journal
An alternative pathway for Okazaki fragment processing: resolution of fold-back flaps by Pif1 helicase. Burgers PeterMJ 2010 The Journal of biological chemistry
Pif1 helicase lengthens some Okazaki fragment flaps necessitating Dna2 nuclease/helicase action in the two-nuclease processing pathway. Burgers PeterMJ 2009 The Journal of biological chemistry
Pif1 helicase directs eukaryotic Okazaki fragments toward the two-nuclease cleavage pathway for primer removal. Burgers PeterMJ 2008 The Journal of biological chemistry
The checkpoint clamp activates Mec1 kinase during initiation of the DNA damage checkpoint. Burgers PeterMJ 2006 Molecular cell
Okazaki fragment maturation in yeast. I. Distribution of functions between FEN1 AND DNA2. Burgers PeterMJ 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
Okazaki fragment maturation in yeast. II. Cooperation between the polymerase and 3'-5'-exonuclease activities of Pol delta in the creation of a ligatable nick. Burgers PeterMJ 2003 The Journal of biological chemistry
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