Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms

(Genes Cells) ISSNs: 1356-9597,

References in Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms:

Title Authors Year
Crystal structure of the Pyrococcus horikoshii DNA primase-UTP complex: implications for the mechanism of primer synthesis. Ito N, Nureki O, Shirouzu M, Yokoyama S, Hanaoka F 2003
Over-expression of human DNA polymerase lambda in E. coli and characterization of the recombinant enzyme. Shimazaki N, Yoshida K, Kobayashi T, Toji S, Tamai K, Koiwai O 2002
Physical interaction between proliferating cell nuclear antigen and replication factor C from Pyrococcus furiosus. Matsumiya S, Ishino S, Ishino Y, Morikawa K 2002
Mutation enhancement by DINB1, a mammalian homologue of the Escherichia coli mutagenesis protein dinB. Ogi T, Kato T, Kato T, Ohmori H 1999
Human replicative DNA polymerase δ can bypass T-T (6-4) ultraviolet photoproducts on template strands. Narita T, Tsurimoto T, Yamamoto J, Nishihara K, Ogawa K, Ohashi E, Evans T, Iwai S, Takeda S, Hirota K 2010
Stalled Polη at its cognate substrate initiates an alternative translesion synthesis pathway via interaction with REV1. Ito W, Yokoi M, Sakayoshi N, Sakurai Y, Akagi JI, Mitani H, Hanaoka F 2012
E2F regulates growth-dependent transcription of genes encoding both catalytic and regulatory subunits of mouse primase. Nishikawa N, Izumi M, Yokoi M, Miyazawa H, Hanaoka F 2001
Comparison of two POLQ mutants reveals that a polymerase-inactive POLQ retains significant function in tolerance to etoposide and γ-irradiation in mouse B cells. Li Y, Gao X, Wang JY 2011
BRCT domain of DNA polymerase μ has DNA-binding activity and promotes the DNA polymerization activity. Matsumoto T, Go K, Hyodo M, Koiwai K, Maezawa S, Hayano T, Suzuki M, Koiwai O 2012
Roles of multiple promoter elements of the proliferating cell nuclear antigen gene during Drosophila development. Yamaguchi M, Hirose F, Matsukage A 1996
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