J Biochem

References in J Biochem:

Title Authors Year
The cyanogenic glucoside, prunasin (D-mandelonitrile-beta-D-glucoside), is a novel inhibitor of DNA polymerase beta. Mizushina Y, Takahashi N, Ogawa A, Tsurugaya K, Koshino H, Takemura M, Yoshida S, Matsukage A, Sugawara F, Sakaguchi K 1999
Coprecipitation of 3'----5' exonuclease and DNA polymerase gamma with anti-DNA polymerase gamma antibody. Matsukage A, Nishimoto Y 1990
Three-dimensional structural model analysis of the binding site of lithocholic acid, an inhibitor of DNA polymerase beta and DNA topoisomerase II. Mizushina Y, Kasai N, Sugawara F, Iida A, Yoshida H, Sakaguchi K 2001
A cytoplasmic inhibitor of DNA polymerase from the plasmodia of Physarum polycephalum. Murakami-Murofushi K, Nagano H, Mano Y 1976
Heterogeneous forms of poly(rA) . oligo(dT)-directed DNA polymerase activity from rat spleen. Kozu T, Kurihara T, Seno T 1981
Nucleolar protein B23.1 binds to retinoblastoma protein and synergistically stimulates DNA polymerase alpha activity. Takemura M, Sato K, Nishio M, Akiyama T, Umekawa H, Yoshida S 1999
Structure of DNA polymerase alpha-primase complexes from mammalian cells analyzed by using monoclonal antibodies. Kozu T, Nikaido K, Yagura T 1990
PCNA mono-ubiquitination and activation of translesion DNA polymerases by DNA polymerase {alpha}. Suzuki M, Niimi A, Limsirichaikul S, Tomida S, Miao Huang Q, Izuta S, Usukura J, Itoh Y, Hishida T, Akashi T, Nakagawa Y, Kikuchi A, Pavlov YI, Murate T, Takahashi T 2009
Accumulation of FFA-1, the Xenopus homolog of Werner helicase, and DNA polymerase delta on chromatin in response to replication fork arrest. Sasakawa N, Fukui T, Waga S 2006
Selective inhibition of DNA polymerase epsilon by phosphatidylinositol. Shoji-Kawaguchi M, Izuta S, Tamiya-Koizumi K, Suzuki M, Yoshida S 1995
Overproduction of Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase and its structural analysis by ion-spray mass spectrometry. Ishino Y, Ueno T, Miyagi M, Uemori T, Imamura M, Tsunasawa S, Kato I 1994
Conservation of molecular structure of DNA polymerase beta in vertebrates probed by tryptic peptide mapping. Tanabe K, Yamaguchi T, Saneyoshi M, Yamaguchi M, Matsukage A, Takahashi T 1984
Cloning of the DNA polymerase gene of Bacillus caldotenax and characterization of the gene product. Uemori T, Ishino Y, Fujita K, Asada K, Kato I 1993
Tetrahymena alpha-type DNA polymerase A: purification and subunit analysis. Sakai A, Watanabe Y 1982
Inhibition of eukaryotic DNA polymerase-alpha by polydeoxynucleotides. Oguro M, Nagano H 1982
DNA polymerase A and its stimulative factor of baker's yeast: purification and characterization. Takizawa N, Saitoh H, Kihira Y, Miyazaki K, Kakuno T, Yamashita J, Horio T 1987
Characterization of DNA primase separated from DNA polymerase alpha-DNA primase complex of calf thymus. Suzuki R, Masaki S, Koiwai O, Yoshida S 1986
Crystallographic studies on a family B DNA polymerase from hyperthermophilic archaeon Pyrococcus kodakaraensis strain KOD1. Hashimoto H, Matsumoto T, Nishioka M, Yuasa T, Takeuchi S, Inoue T, Fujiwara S, Takagi M, Imanaka T, Kai Y 1999
Dual cis-acting negative regulatory elements located upstream of the mouse DNA polymerase beta gene. Yamaguchi M, Hayashi Y, Matsukage A 1989
Purification and characterization of a factor stimulating DNA polymerase alpha activity from mouse FM3A cells. Kawasaki K, Nagata K, Enomoto T, Hanaoka F, Yamada M 1984
Novel properties of DNA polymerase beta with poly(rA).oligo(dT) template-primer. Yoshida S, Yamada M, Masaki S 1979
DNA polymerase-beta from the nuclear fraction of sea urchin embryos: characterization of the purified enzyme. Suzuki-Hori C, Nagano H, Mano Y 1977
The human homologue of fission Yeast cdc27, p66, is a component of active human DNA polymerase delta. Shikata K, Ohta S, Yamada K, Obuse C, Yoshikawa H, Tsurimoto T 2001
In vitro synthesis of short DNA pieces by DNA polymerase alpha from mouse myeloma. Matsukage A, Nishizawa M, Takahashi T, Hozumi T 1980
Mouse DNA polymerase accompanied by a novel RNA polymerase activity: purification and partial characterization. Yagura T, Kozu T, Seno T 1982
Steady-state kinetics of mouse DNA polymerase alpha. Tanabe K, Taguchi YN, Matsukage A, Takahashi T 1980
Inhibition of mouse myeloma DNA polymerase alpha by 5-triphosphates of 1-beta-D-arabinofuranosylthymine and 1-beta-D-arabinofuranosylcytosine. Mutsukage A, Takahashi T, Nakayama C, Saneyoshi M 1978
The carboxyl terminal sequence of nucleolar protein B23.1 is important in its DNA polymerase alpha-stimulatory activity. Umekawa H, Sato K, Takemura M, Watanabe Y, Usui S, Takahashi T, Yoshida S, Olson MO, Furuichi Y 2001
Characterization and application to hot start PCR of neutralizing monoclonal antibodies against KOD DNA polymerase. Mizuguchi H, Nakatsuji M, Fujiwara S, Takagi M, Imanaka T 1999
Immunoaffinity purification and properties of Drosophila melanogaster DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex. Kuroda K, Kagiyama-Takahashi R, Shinomiya T 1990
A novel stimulating protein of mammalian DNA polymerase alpha. Yoshida S, Tamai K, Umekawa H, Suzuki M, Kojima K 1989
Highly efficient isothermal DNA amplification system using three elements of 5'-DNA-RNA-3' chimeric primers, RNaseH and strand-displacing DNA polymerase. Mukai H, Uemori T, Takeda O, Kobayashi E, Yamamoto J, Nishiwaki K, Enoki T, Sagawa H, Asada K, Kato I 2007
DNA polymerase betas from liver and testes of cherry salmon, Oncorhynchus masou: purification and characterization of DNA polymerase betas with acidic isoelectric points. Yamaguchi T, Nishimura S, Takahashi K, Yoshikuni M, Masaki J, Hirai T, Saneyoshi M 1996
An improved phage display antibody cloning system using newly designed PCR primers optimized for Pfu DNA polymerase. Yamanaka HI, Kirii Y, Ohmoto H 1995
Dissociation and reconstitution of a DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex. Suzuki M, Enomoto T, Hanaoka F, Yamada M 1985
The second largest subunit of mouse DNA polymerase epsilon, DPE2, interacts with SAP18 and recruits the Sin3 co-repressor protein to DNA. Wada M, Miyazawa H, Wang RS, Mizuno T, Sato A, Asashima M, Hanaoka F 2002
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