Biochemistry (Mosc)

References in Biochemistry (Mosc):

Title Authors Year
A false note of DNA polymerase iota in the choir of genome caretakers in mammals. Gening LV, Makarova AV, Malashenko AM, Tarantul VZ 2006
Influence of DNA aptamer structure on the specificity of binding to Taq DNA polymerase. Yakimovich OY, Alekseev YI, Maksimenko AV, Voronina OL, Lunin VG 2003
Highly selective affinity labeling of DNA-polymerase from Thermus thermophilus B35 by a binary system of photoreactive agents. Rechkunova NI, Kolpashchikov DM, Lebedeva NA, Petruseva IO, Dobrikov MI, Degtyarev SK, Lavrik OI 2000
Diversity of structure and function of DNA polymerase (gp43) of T4-related bacteriophages. Petrov VM, Karam JD 2004
Photoaffinity labeling of DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus and DNA template by photoreactive analogs of dCTP. Zakharenko AL, Khodyreva SN, Rechkunova NI, Safronov IV, Pyshnyi DV, Degtyarev SK, Lavrik OI 1998
Thermostable DNA-polymerase from the thermophilic archaeon microorganism Archaeoglobus fulgidus VC16 and its features. Chalov SE, Voronina OL, Sergienko ON, Lunin VG 2003
Evolution of DNA polymerase iota structure and function in eukaryotes. Makarova AV, Tarantul VZ, Gening LV 2008
DNA polymerase iota-like activity in crude cell extracts of different mouse organs. Gening LV, Petrochenkov AN, Reshetnyak AB, Andreeva LE, Tarantul VZ 2004
Interaction between DNA Polymerase lambda and RPA during translesion synthesis. Krasikova YS, Belousova EA, Lebedeva NA, Pestryakov PE, Lavrik OI 2008
"False" thymine-1H-Enol guanine base pair. low misinsertion rate by DNA polymerase explained by computational chemistry consideration. Seclaman E, Kurunczi L, Simon Z 2007
Effect of human cell malignancy on activity of DNA polymerase iota. Kazakov AA, Grishina EE, Tarantul VZ, Gening LV 2010
RNA-polymerase, DNA-polymerase, DNA-methyltransferase and sphingomyelinase activities in liver nuclei of rats of different Age. Romanenko EB, Demidenko ZN, Vanyushin BF 1998
Affinity labeling of RNA-polymerase II in the transcriptionally active complex by a phosphorylating analog of the initiation substrate. Savinkova LK, Sokolenko AA, Rau VA, Arshinova TV, Gerasimova YV, Kudryashova NV, Godovikova TS 2000
Enhanced activity of DNA polymerase iota in mouse brain cells is associated with aggressiveness. Gening LV, Kamensky AA, Levitskaya NG, Petrochenkov AN, Poletaeva II, Tarantul VZ 2005
Identification of DNA polymerase delta in eggs of a teleost fish (loach). Sharova NP, Dimitrova DD, Abramova EB, Dmitrieva SB, Mikhailov VS 2001
Thermostable DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus B35: influence of divalent metal ions on the interaction with deoxynucleoside triphosphates. Rechkunova NI, Okhapkina SS, Anarbaev RO, Lokhova IA, Degtyarev SK, Lavrik OI 2000
Thermostable DNA-polymerase from Thermus thermophilus B35: isolation and characterization of some properties. Rechkunova NI, Akishev AG, Lebedeva NA, Khodyreva SN, Degtyarev SKh, Lavrik OI 1998
Thermostable DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus B35: preparation and study of a modified form of the enzyme with high affinity to ddNTP. Akishev AG, Rechkunova NI, Tomilova JE, Lebedeva NA, Lavrik OI, Degtyarev SKh 2003
Thermostable DNA polymerase from Thermus thermophilus B35: cloning, sequence analysis, and gene expression. Akishev AG, Rechkunova NI, Lebedeva NA, Lavrik OI, Degtyarev SK 1999
Determination of DNA polymerase and nuclease activities of DNA-dependent polymerases using fluorescence detection under real-time conditions. Bragin AG, Glushkov SA, Ivanov MK, Krasnov AA, Dymshits GM 2008
Interaction of loach DNA polymerase delta with DNA duplexes with single-strand gaps. Sharova NP, Abramova EB, Dmitrieva SB, Dimitrova DD, Mikhailov VS 2001
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