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Murphy DL

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Title Authors Year Journal
Catalytic Effects of Mutations of Distant Protein Residues in Human DNA Polymerase β: Theory and Experiment. Murphy DL 2012 Biochemistry
The Human POLB Gene is Mutated in a High Percentage of Colorectal Tumors. Murphy DL 2012 The Journal of biological chemistry
The E288K Colon Tumor Variant of DNA Polymerase Beta Is a Sequence Specific Mutator. Murphy DL 2012 Biochemistry
A triad interaction in the fingers subdomain of DNA polymerase beta controls polymerase activity. Murphy DL 2011 Journal of the American Chemical Society
A Triad Interaction in the Fingers Subdomain of DNA Polymerase Beta Controls Polymerase Activity Murphy DL 2011 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Nucleosome Disruption by DNA Ligase III-XRCC1 Promotes Efficient Base Excision Repair. Murphy DL 2011 Molecular and cellular biology
The Asp285 variant of DNA polymerase beta extends mispaired primer termini via increased nucleotide binding. Murphy DL 2008 Biochemistry
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