Analytical biochemistry

(Anal Biochem) ISSNs: , 1096-0309

References in Analytical biochemistry:

Title Authors Year
Properties and applications of new monoclonal antibodies raised against calf DNA polymerase alpha. Swack JA, Karawya E, Albert W, Fedorko J, Minna JD, Wilson SH 1985
Site-specific labeling of T7 DNA polymerase with a conformationally sensitive fluorophore and its use in detecting single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Tsai YC, Jin Z, Johnson KA 2009
Continuous assay for DNA polymerization by light scattering. Johnson KA, Bryant FR, Benkovic SJ 1984
Analysis of single nucleotide incorporation reactions by capillary electrophoresis. Hanes JW, Johnson KA 2005
Protected immobilization of Taq DNA polymerase by active site masking on self-assembled monolayers of ω-functionalized thiols. Lim G, Hwang HJ, Kim JH 2011
Micro-RNA quantification using DNA polymerase and pyrophosphate quantification. Yu HP, Hsiao YL, Pan HY, Huang CH, Hou SY 2011
An alternative nonradioactive method for labeling DNA using biotin. Takahashi T, Mitsuda T, Okuda K 1989
Investigation of methods for measurement of radioactivity in tritiated DNA and applications to assays for DNA polymerase activity. Schrier BK, Wilson SH 1973
Selective affinity chromatography of DNA polymerases with associated 3' to 5' exonuclease activities. Lee MY, Whyte WA 1984
A capillary electrophoretic assay for ribonuclease H activity. Chan KC, Budihas SR, Le Grice SF, Parniak MA, Crouch RJ, Gaidamakov SA, Isaaq HJ, Wamiru A, McMahon JB, Beutler JA 2004
A fluorescence-based high-throughput screening assay for inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase-associated ribonuclease H activity. Parniak MA, Min KL, Budihas SR, Le Grice SF, Beutler JA 2003
Optimization of the masking molecule for active-site-protected immobilization of Taq DNA polymerase and its application. Lim G, Kim J, Kim JH 2013
A plasmid-based lacZα gene assay for DNA polymerase fidelity measurement. Keith BJ, Jozwiakowski SK, Connolly BA 2013
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