Int J Biochem

References in Int J Biochem:

Title Authors Year
Characterization of DNA polymerase alpha from untransformed and pSV3.neo-transformed human fibroblasts. Srivastava VK, Schroeder MD, Busbee DL 1993
A comparison of DNA polymerase alpha from untransformed and SV40-transformed human fibroblasts. Srivastava VK, Schroeder MD, Miller SM, Busbee DL 1993
Modulation by polyamines of DNA-dependent DNA polymerase activity from human serum. Shimamura S, Hibasami H, Kano U, Watanabe S, Suzuki S, Nakashima K 1990
Characteristics of the DNA polymerase beta-directed unscheduled DNA synthesis in isolated nuclei from adult rat liver. Zoncheddu A, Accomando R 1984
Interaction of phosphatidylinositol-4-monophosphate with a low activity form of DNA polymerase alpha: a potential mechanism for enzyme activation. Sylvia VL, Joe CO, Norman JO, Curtin GM, Tilley RD, Busbee DL 1989
Inhibition of DNA polymerase alpha activity by proteins from rat liver. Klinge CM, Liu DK 1985
Purification of Norman Murine Sarcoma DNA polymerase alpha forms with different DNA template primer binding affinity and different specific activity. Sylvia VL, Norman JO, Curtin GM, Stec J, Busbee DL 1989
Variation of incorporation of [3H]orotic acid into the nucleotide and RNA fractions of different parts of the same liver lobe in the rat. Andersson M, Christensson PI, Lewan L, Stenram U 1987
Effect of pisiferic acid and its derivatives on cytotoxicity macromolecular synthesis and DNA polymerase alpha of HeLa cells. Kobayashi K, Kuroda K, Shinomiya T, Nishino C, Ohya J, Sato S 1989
DNA polymerases of rabbit mammary gland: partial purification, characterization and changes in DNA polymerase activities as a function of physiological state. Niedbalski W, Zwierzchowski L, Wasilewska LD 1986
An endogenous protein inhibitor of DNA polymerase alpha in normal and neoplastic rat mammary tissues. Klinge CM, Liu DK 1987
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