Nucleic Acids Symp Ser (Oxf)

References in Nucleic Acids Symp Ser (Oxf):

Title Authors Year
Translesion synthesis by human DNA polymerase eta across oxidative products of guanine. Kino K, Ito N, Sugasawa K, Sugiyama H, Hanaoka F 2004
Inhibition of DNA polymerase eta by oxetanocin derivatives. Izuta S 2006
The pH-dependent mismatch formation by DNA polymerase eta. Izuta S, Nishimoto N 2005
Nucleotide insertion opposite a cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer analogue caused from photoligation by a replicative DNA polymerase. Ogino M, Okamura D, Yoshimura Y, Fujimoto K 2006
Estimation of DNA polymerase for improvement of rolling circle amplification. Yoshimura T, Arikado S, Ohuchi S 2006
Nucleotide incorporation against 7,8-dihydro-8-oxoguanine is influenced by neighboring base sequences in TLS DNA polymerase reaction. Yung C, Suzuki T, Okugawa Y, Kawakami A, Loakes D, Negishi K, Negishi T 2007
Unnatural imidazopyridopyrimidine:naphthyridine base pairs: selective incorporation and extension reaction by DNA polymerases. Minakawa N, Ogata S, Takahashi M, Matsuda A 2009
Synthesis of 3'-deoxyapionucleoside triphosphates and their incorporation into DNA by DNA polymerase. Kataoka M, Sato K, Matsuda A 2008
Repeated GenomiPhi, phi29 DNA polymerase-based rolling circle amplification, is useful for generation of large amounts of plasmid DNA. Sato M, Ohtsuka M, Ohmi Y 2004
Unexpected efficient ab initio DNA synthesis at low temperature by using thermophilic DNA polymerase. Liang X, Kato T, Asanuma H 2007
2'-Deoxy-4'-C-ethynyl-2-fluoroadenosine: a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor with highly potent activity against all HIV-1 strains, favorable toxic profiles and stability in plasma. Ohrui H, Kohgo S, Hayakawa H, Kodama EN, Matsuoka M, Nakata T, Mitsuya H 2006
New strategies for DNA polymerase library screening. Kranaster R, Marx A 2008

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