Int J Cancer

References in Int J Cancer:

Title Authors Year
Detection of mutations in the DNA polymerase delta gene of human sporadic colorectal cancers and colon cancer cell lines. Flohr T, Dai JC, Büttner J, Popanda O, Hagmüller E, Thielmann HW 1999
Mutations in DNA polymerase eta are not detected in squamous cell carcinoma of the skin. Glick E, White LM, Elliott NA, Berg D, Kiviat NB, Loeb LA 2006
Selective DNA-amplification induced by carcinogens (initiators): evidence for a role of proteases and DNA polymerase alpha. Heilbronn R, Schlehofer JR, Yalkinoglu AO, Zur Hausen H 1985
Sulfated glycoglycerolipid from archaebacterium inhibits eukaryotic DNA polymerase alpha, beta and retroviral reverse transcriptase and affects methyl methanesulfonate cytotoxicity. Ogawa A, Murate T, Izuta S, Takemura M, Furuta K, Kobayashi J, Kamikawa T, Nimura Y, Yoshida S 1998
DNA polymerase theta is preferentially expressed in lymphoid tissues and upregulated in human cancers. Kawamura K, Bahar R, Seimiya M, Chiyo M, Wada A, Okada S, Hatano M, Tokuhisa T, Kimura H, Watanabe S, Honda I, Sakiyama S, Tagawa M, O-Wang J 2004

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