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Sohl CD

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Title Authors Year Journal
Fluorescence resonance energy transfer studies of DNA polymerase β: the critical role of fingers domain movements and a novel non-covalent step during nucleotide selection. Sohl CD 2014 The Journal of biological chemistry
Balancing Antiviral Potency and Host Toxicity: Identifying a Nucleotide Inhibitor with an Optimal Kinetic Phenotype for HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase. Sohl CD 2012 Molecular pharmacology
Mutations in human DNA polymerase γ confer unique mechanisms of catalytic deficiency that mirror the disease severity in mitochondrial disorder patients. Sohl CD 2012 Human molecular genetics
The Mechanism of Interaction of Human Mitochondrial DNA Polymerase γ with the Novel Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitor 4' -Ethynyl-2-Fluoro-2' -Deoxyadenosine Indicates a Low Potential for Host Toxicity. Sohl CD 2011 Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
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