Nucleic Acids Symp Ser

References in Nucleic Acids Symp Ser:

Title Authors Year
Inhibition of DNA polymerase alpha activity by ammonium 21-tungsto-9-antimoniate (HPA23). Ono K, Nakane H, Matsumoto T, Barré-Sinoussi F, Chermann JC 1984
Mechanisms of inhibitions of DNA polymerase gamma by nucleotide analogues having anti-HIV activities. Izuta S, Saneyoshi M, Sakurai T, Suzuki M, Kojima K, Yoshida S 1991
Recognition of sugar moieties on substrate analogues by DNA polymerase alpha 2-primase from developing cherry salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) testes. Izuta S, Kimura S, Takenuki K, Saneyoshi M 1986
Some aspects of DNA polymerase functioning. Krayevsky AA, Kukhanova MK, Beabealashvilli RSh, Chidgeavadze ZG 1987
Recognition of structure of 5-halogenated derivatives of ara-UTP by DNA polymerase gamma and reverse transcriptase. Ono K, Ogasawara M, Ohashi A, Matsukage A, Takahashi T, Nakayama C, Saneyoshi M 1979
Inhibitory effects of 1-beta-D-arabinofuranosyl-5-styryluracil 5'-triphosphates on DNA-dependent DNA polymerases alpha and beta from developing cherry salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) testes: on the approach to the selective affinity chromatography for DNA polymerase alpha. Izuta S, Saneyoshi M 1984
Allosteric inhibition by aphidicolin of the activity of DNA polymerase alpha from mouse myeloma. Ono K, Iwata Y, Nakane H 1982
Substrate specificity of DNA polymerases. II. 5-(1-Alkynyl)-dUTPs as substrates of the Klenow DNA polymerase enzyme. Otvös L, Szécsi J, Sági J, Kovács T 1987
Synthesis of non-natural DNA using DNA polymerase. Ebara Y, Sugiyama T, Kaihatsu K, Ueji S 2000
Misincorporation of ribonucleotides by DNA polymerase during in vitro DNA replication. Ide H, Yagi R, Yamaoka T, Kimura Y 1993
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