Trends in biochemical sciences

(Trends Biochem Sci) ISSNs: 0968-0004,

References in Trends in biochemical sciences:

Title Authors Year
DNA polymerase beta belongs to an ancient nucleotidyltransferase superfamily. Holm L, Sander C 1995
A unified nomenclature for the subunits of eukaryotic DNA polymerase delta. MacNeill SA, Baldacci G, Burgers PM, Hübscher U 2001
Learning about DNA polymerase function by studying antimutator DNA polymerases. Reha-Krantz LJ 1995
Dynamic protein interactions in the bacteriophage T4 replisome. Trakselis MA, Mayer MU, Ishmael FT, Roccasecca RM, Benkovic SJ 2001
Fidelity of DNA polymerases for PCR. Hengen PN 1995
Lesion processing: high-fidelity versus lesion-bypass DNA polymerases. Broyde S, Wang L, Rechkoblit O, Geacintov NE, Patel DJ 2008
Telomerase: biochemical considerations for enzyme and substrate. Kelleher C, Teixeira MT, Förstemann K, Lingner J 2002
The DNA polymerase alpha-primase complex couples DNA replication, cell-cycle progression and DNA-damage response. Foiani M, Lucchini G, Plevani P 1997
A novel family of DNA-polymerase-associated B subunits. Mäkiniemi M, Pospiech H, Kilpeläinen S, Jokela M, Vihinen M, Syväoja JE 1999
Historical perspective: Arthur Kornberg, a giant of 20th century biochemistry. Lehman IRobert 2008
DNA base excision repair: a mechanism of trinucleotide repeat expansion. Liu Y, Wilson SH 2012
DNA polymerase epsilon: in search of a function. Hübscher U, Thömmes P 1992
Coping with replication 'train wrecks' in Escherichia coli using Pol V, Pol II and RecA proteins. Goodman MF 2000
The eukaryotic replicative DNA polymerases take shape. Johansson E, Macneill SA 2010
A unified DNA- and dNTP-binding mode for DNA polymerases. Singh K, Modak MJ 1998
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