Adv Exp Med Biol

References in Adv Exp Med Biol:

Title Authors Year
Association between primase and DNA polymerase alpha in murine cells. Philippe M, Sheinin R, de Recondo AM 1984
Interaction of DNA accessory proteins with DNA polymerase beta of the Novikoff hepatoma. Meyer RR, Thomas DC, Koerner TJ, Rein DC 1984
De novo DNA synthesis by yeast DNA polymerase I associated with primase activity. Plevani P, Magni G, Foiani M, Chang LM, Badaracco G 1984
Incorporation of purine analogs into the nucleotide pools of human erythrocytes. Parks RE, Brown PR, Kong CM 1973
DNA polymerase III holoenzyme of Escherichia coli: an asymmetric dimeric replicative complex containing distinguishable leading and lagging strand polymerases. McHenry CS, Johanson KO 1984
Properties of the primase activity of the 9 S DNA polymerase alpha from calf thymus. Krauss G, Grosse F 1984
RAD18 signals DNA polymerase IOTA to stalled replication forks in cells entering S-phase with DNA damage. Kakar S, Watson NB, McGregor WG 2008
Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase help DNA polymerase alpha bypass thymine dimer. Yoshida S, Masaki S, Nakamura H, Morita T 1982
DNA polymerase activities of mammalian cell-cycle mutants and "wild-type" cells in different states of proliferative activity and quiescence. Schneider E, Müller B, Schindler R 1984
Correlation of DNA polymerase activities with the initiation of DNA synthesis. Otto AM 1984
Replication of phi X174 DNA by calf thymus DNA polymerase-alpha: measurement of error rates at the amber-16 codon. Grosse F, Krauss G, Knill-Jones JW, Fersht AR 1984
Structural and functional properties of DNA polymerase alpha from calf thymus. Grummt F, Albert W, Zastrow G, Schnabel A 1984
A ribonuclease H from yeast stimulates DNA polymerase in vitro. Karwan R, Blutsch H, Wintersberger U 1984
Mammalian DNA polymerase alpha holoenzyme. Hübscher U, Ottiger HP 1984

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