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References in Virology:

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Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) replication and expressions of EA-D (BMRF1 gene product), virus-specific deoxyribonuclease, and DNA polymerase in EBV-activated Akata cells. Daibata M, Sairenji T 1993
Nucleotide sequence and transcription of the left early region of Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteriophage Cp-1 coding for the terminal protein and the DNA polymerase. Martín AC, López R, García P 1995
Mutagenesis of conserved region I in the DNA polymerase from human adenovirus serotype 2. Joung I, Horwitz MS, Engler JA 1991
African swine fever virus-induced DNA polymerase is resistant to aphidicolin. Marques MI, Costa JV 1992
Bacteriophage SPO1 DNA polymerase and the activity of viral gene 31. De Antoni GL, Besso NE, Zanassi GE, Sarachu AN, Grau O 1985
Altered expression of adenovirus 12 DNA-binding protein but not DNA polymerase during abortive infection of hamster cells. Lucher LA, Khuntirat B, Zhao J, Angeletti PC 1992
Inhibition of DNA synthesis in BHK cells infected with western equine encephalitis virus. 1. Induction of an inhibitory factor of cellular DNA polymerase activity. Koizumi S, Simizu B, Hashimoto K, Oya A, Yamada M 1979
Regulation of the synthesis of the T4 DNA polymerase (gene 43). Miller RC, Young ET, Epstein RH, Krisch HM, Mattson T, Bolle A 1981
Epstein-Barr virus single-stranded DNA-binding protein: purification, characterization, and action on DNA synthesis by the viral DNA polymerase. Tsurumi T, Kobayashi A, Tamai K, Yamada H, Daikoku T, Yamashita Y, Nishiyama Y 1996
Evolution of a novel 5-amino-acid insertion in the beta3-beta4 loop of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Huigen MC, de Graaf L, Eggink D, Schuurman R, Müller V, Stamp A, Stammers DK, Boucher CA, Nijhuis M 2007
Deoxyribonucleic acid synthesis in Escherichia coli infected with some deoxyribonucleic acid polymerase-less mutants of bacteriophage T4. Warner HR, Barnes JE 1966
Processivity factor of KSHV contains a nuclear localization signal and binding domains for transporting viral DNA polymerase into the nucleus. Chen Y, Ciustea M, Ricciardi RP 2005
Promoter analysis of the Chilo iridescent virus DNA polymerase and major capsid protein genes. Nalçacioğlu R, Marks H, Vlak JM, Demirbaĝ Z, van Oers MM 2003
Induction of host DNA synthesis and DNA polymerase by DNA-negative temperature-sensitive mutants of human cytomegalovirus. Yamanishi K, Rapp F 1979
Selective inhibition of herpes simplex virus type 1 DNA polymerase by zinc ions. Fridlender B, Chejanovsky N, Becker Y 1978
The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) DNA polymerase accessory protein, BMRF1, activates the essential downstream component of the EBV oriLyt. Zhang Q, Holley-Guthrie E, Ge JQ, Dorsky D, Kenney S 1997
The 41-kDa protein of human herpesvirus 6 specifically binds to viral DNA polymerase and greatly increases DNA synthesis. Lin K, Ricciardi RP 1998
Preparations of duck hepatitis B virions contain multiple DNA polymerase activities. Oberhaus SM, Newbold JE 1996
The duck hepatitis B virus DNA polymerase is tightly associated with the viral core structure and unable to switch to an exogenous template. Radziwill G, Zentgraf H, Schaller H, Bosch V 1988
Expression of enzymatically active adenovirus DNA polymerase from cloned DNA requires sequences upstream of the main open reading frame. Shu LM, Horwitz MS, Engler JA 1987
Mutations in the herpes simplex virus major DNA-binding protein gene leading to altered sensitivity to DNA polymerase inhibitors. Chiou HC, Weller SK, Coen DM 1985
A herpes simplex virus DNA polymerase mutation that specifically attenuates neurovirulence in mice. Pelosi E, Rozenberg F, Coen DM, Tyler KL 1998
Energy-dependent activation of the temperature-sensitive DNA polymerases induced by bacteriophage T4 gene 43 mutants. Thorner J, Huang WM, Lehman IR 1975
Proteins induced in Bacillus subtilis infected with bacteriophage phi29. Carrascosa JL, Viñuela E, Salas M 1973
Signals in the phi 29 DNA-terminal protein template for the initiation of phage phi 29 DNA replication. Gutiérrez J, Vinós J, Prieto I, Méndez E, Hermoso JM, Salas M 1986
Demonstration of the human herpesvirus 6-induced DNA polymerase and DNase. Williams MV, Ablashi DV, Salahuddin SZ, Glaser R 1989
Identification of DNA polymerase(s) involved in the repair of viral and cellular DNA in herpes simplex virus type 2-infected cells. Nishiyama Y, Tsurumi T, Aoki H, Maeno K 1983
Induction of DNA polymerase activity after superinfection of Raji cells with Epstein-Barr virus. Feighny RJ, Henry BE, Datta AK, Pagano JS 1980
Selection for temperature-sensitive mutations in specific vaccinia virus genes: isolation and characterization of a virus mutant which encodes a phosphonoacetic acid-resistant, temperature-sensitive DNA polymerase. Sridhar P, Condit RC 1983
Characterization of human cytomegalovirus-induced DNA polymerase and the associated 3'-to-5', exonuclease. Nishiyama Y, Maeno K, Yoshida S 1983
Characterization of the AIDS-associated retrovirus reverse transcriptase and optimal conditions for its detection in virions. Hoffman AD, Banapour B, Levy JA 1985
A noncanonical poly(A) signal, UAUAAA, and flanking elements in Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase mRNA function in cleavage and polyadenylation assays. Silver Key SC, Pagano JS 1997
Analysis of the HSV-1 strain 17 DNA polymerase gene reveals the expression of four different classes of pol transcripts. Bludau H, Freese UK 1991
Biophysical properties of bacteriophage phi29. Rubio V, Salas M, Viñuela E, Usobiaga P, Saiz JL, Llopis JF 1974
The RGD sequence in phage phi29 terminal protein is required for interaction with phi29 DNA polymerase. Illana B, Zaballos A, Blanco L, Salas M 1998
The orderly, in vitro emergence of DNA from bacteriophage phi29 particles. Krawiec S, Jiménez F, García JA, Villanueva N, Sogo J, Salas M 1981
DNA polymerase delta-dependent formation of a hairpin structure at the 5' terminal palindrome of the minute virus of mice genome. Cossons N, Faust EA, Zannis-Hadjopoulos M 1996
Structural organization of Bacillus subtilis phage phi29. A model. Carrascosa JL, Méndez E, Corral J, Rubio V, Ramírez G, Salas M, Viñuela E 1981
The genetic fate of molecularly cloned simian immunodeficiency virus in experimentally infected macaques. Johnson PR, Hamm TE, Goldstein S, Kitov S, Hirsch VM 1991
Inhibition of DNA synthesis in BHK cells infected with western equine encephalitis virus. 2. Properties of the inhibitory factor of DNA polymerase induced in infected cells. Koizumi S, Simizu B, Ishida I, Oya A, Yamada M 1979
Activation of a defective DNA polymerase in a temperature-sensitive mutant of bacteriophage T4. Swartz MN, Nakamura H, Lehman IR 1972
Characterization of a processive form of the vaccinia virus DNA polymerase. McDonald WF, Klemperer N, Traktman P 1997
Comparison of DNA polymerase activities between recombinant feline immunodeficiency and leukemia virus reverse transcriptases. Operario DJ, Reynolds HM, Kim B 2005
Purification and partial characterization of equine infectious anemia virus reverse transcriptase. DeVico A, Montelaro RC, Gallo RC, Sarngadharan MG 1991
Studies of an Epstein-Barr virus-induced DNA polymerase. Miller RL, Glaser R, Rapp F 1977
In vitro fidelity of the prototype primate foamy virus (PFV) RT compared to HIV-1 RT. Boyer PL, Stenbak CR, Hoberman D, Linial ML, Hughes SH 2007
Is bacteriophage T4 DNA polymerase involved in the repair of ultraviolet damage? Schnitzlein CF, Albrecht I, Drake JW 1974
DNA and protein interactions of the small subunit of herpes simplex virus type 1 DNA polymerase. Franz C, Kühn FJ, Knopf CW 1999
Immunological evidence for a specific DNA polymerase produced after infection by herpes simplex virus. Keir HM, Subak-Sharpe H, Shedden WI, Watson DH, Wildy P 1966
Head-neck connecting protein in phage phi29. Ramírez G, Méndez E, Salas M, Viñuela E 1972
DNA-dependent RNA polymerase in African swine fever virus. Kuznar J, Salas ML, Viñuela E 1980
Cooperation of EBV DNA polymerase and EA-D(BMRF1) in vitro and colocalization in nuclei of infected cells. Kiehl A, Dorsky DI 1991
Variation of DNA polymerase and RNA polymerase activities in cells infected with herpes simplex virus type 1. Müller WE, Zahn RK, Falke D 1978
Physical map of bacteriophage phi29 DNA. Inciarte MR, Lázaro JM, Salas M, Vińuela E 1976
Biochemical characterization of a temperature-sensitive adenovirus DNA polymerase. Chen H, Ramachandra M, Padmanabhan R 1994
The essential in vivo function of the herpes simplex virus UL42 protein correlates with its ability to stimulate the viral DNA polymerase in vitro. Reddig PJ, Grinstead LA, Monahan SJ, Johnson PA, Parris DS 1994
Combining mutations in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase with mutations in the HIV-1 polypurine tract affects RNase H cleavages involved in PPT utilization. McWilliams MJ, Julias JG, Sarafianos SG, Alvord WG, Arnold E, Hughes SH 2006
Effect of aphidicolin and nucleotide analogs on the phage phi 29 DNA polymerase. Blanco L, Salas M 1986
Characterization of 3'-to 5'-exonuclease activity associated with Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase. Tsurumi T 1991
Immunological analysis of 140-kDa adenovirus-encoded DNA polymerase in adenovirus type 2-infected HeLa cells using antibodies raised against the protein expressed in Escherichia coli. Sasaguri Y, Sanford T, Aguirre P, Padmanabhan R 1987
Characterization of an aphidicolin-resistant mutant of herpes simplex virus type 2 which induces an altered viral DNA polymerase. Nishiyama Y, Suzuki S, Yamauchi M, Maeno K, Yoshida S 1984
In vitro transcription of reconstituted 35s RNA.tRNAtrp template.primer complexes by the avian oncornavirus DNA polymerase. Effect of temperature on the size of the DNA transcripts. Leis JP, Smith RE, Dierks P, Parsons JT, Collett MS, Faras AJ 1978
Adenovirus type 12 tumor antigen. I. Separation from DNA polymerase alpha and immunoprecipitation of tumor-antigen polypeptides. Biron KK, Morrongiello MP, Rasková J, Raska K 1978
Resistance to antiviral inhibitors caused by the mutation S889A in the highly-conserved 885-GDTDS motif of the herpes simplex virus type 1 DNA polymerase. Dorsky DI, Plourde C 1993
Transcriptional analysis of the DNA polymerase gene of shrimp white spot syndrome virus. Chen LL, Wang HC, Huang CJ, Peng SE, Chen YG, Lin SJ, Chen WY, Dai CF, Yu HT, Wang CH, Lo CF, Kou GH 2002
Selection and characterisation of acyclovir-resistant herpes simplex virus type 1 mutants inducing altered DNA polymerase activities. Larder BA, Darby G 1985
Selective inhibition of the 3'-to-5' exonuclease activity associated with Epstein-Barr virus DNA polymerase by ribonucleoside 5'-monophosphates. Tsurumi T 1992
Aphidicolin-resistant mutants of bacteriophage phi 29: genetic evidence for altered DNA polymerase. Matsumoto K, Kim CI, Urano S, Ohashi M, Hirokawa H 1986
The catalytic subunit of herpes simplex virus type 1 DNA polymerase contains a nuclear localization signal in the UL42-binding region. Loregian A, Piaia E, Cancellotti E, Papini E, Marsden HS, Palù G 2000
A major DNA binding protein encoded by BALF2 open reading frame of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) forms a complex with other EBV DNA-binding proteins: DNAase, EA-D, and DNA polymerase. Zeng Y, Middeldorp J, Madjar JJ, Ooka T 1997
Identification, localization, transcription, and sequence analysis of the Choristoneura fumiferana nuclear polyhedrosis virus DNA polymerase gene. Liu JJ, Carstens EB 1995
Vaccinia virus DNA polymerase promotes DNA pairing and strand-transfer reactions. Willer DO, Mann MJ, Zhang W, Evans DH 1999
Nontemplated base addition by HIV-1 RT can induce nonspecific strand transfer in vitro. Golinelli MP, Hughes SH 2002
The basic loop of the RNase H domain of MLV RT is important both for RNase H and for polymerase activity. Boyer PL, Gao HQ, Frank P, Clark PK, Hughes SH 2001
Mutational analysis of the DNA polymerase and ribonuclease H activities of human immunodeficiency virus type 2 reverse transcriptase expressed in Escherichia coli. Hizi A, Tal R, Hughes SH 1991
Immunologic and proteolytic analysis of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase structure. Ferris AL, Hizi A, Showalter SD, Pichuantes S, Babe L, Craik CS, Hughes SH 1990
In vitro concatemer formation catalyzed by vaccinia virus DNA polymerase. Willer DO, Yao XD, Mann MJ, Evans DH 2000
Mutations at position 184 of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 reverse transcriptase affect virus titer and viral DNA synthesis. Julias JG, Boyer PL, McWilliams MJ, Alvord WG, Hughes SH 2004
Self-priming of retroviral minus-strand strong-stop DNAs. Golinelli MP, Hughes SH 2001
Mutational analysis of the ribonuclease H activity of human immunodeficiency virus 1 reverse transcriptase. Hizi A, Hughes SH, Shaharabany M 1990
Effects of small insertions on the RNA-dependent DNA polymerase activity of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Hizi A, Barber A, Hughes SH 1989
Characterisation of foscarnet-resistant strains of human immunodeficiency virus type 1. Tachedjian G, Hooker DJ, Gurusinghe AD, Bazmi H, Deacon NJ, Mellors J, Birch C, Mills J 1995
Negative effect of the M184V mutation in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase on initiation of viral DNA synthesis. Wei X, Liang C, Götte M, Wainberg MA 2003
Prevention of the spread of HIV-1 infection with nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors. Vasudevachari MB, Battista C, Lane HC, Psallidopoulos MC, Zhao B, Cook J, Palmer JR, Romero DL, Tarpley WG, Salzman NP 1992
HIV-1-specific reverse transcriptase inhibitors show differential activity against HIV-1 mutant strains containing different amino acid substitutions in the reverse transcriptase. Balzarini J, Karlsson A, Pérez-Pérez MJ, Vrang L, Walbers J, Zhang H, Oberg B, Vandamme AM, Camarasa MJ, De Clercq E 1993
Resistance to 1-[(2-hydroxyethoxy)methyl]-6-(phenylthio)thymine derivatives is generated by mutations at multiple sites in the HIV-1 reverse transcriptase. Buckheit RW, Fliakas-Boltz V, Yeagy-Bargo S, Weislow O, Mayers DL, Boyer PL, Hughes SH, Pan BC, Chu SH, Bader JP 1995
In vitro selection for different mutational patterns in the HIV-1 reverse transcriptase using high and low selective pressure of the nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor HBY 097. Kleim JP, Winkler I, Rösner M, Kirsch R, Rübsamen-Waigmann H, Paessens A, Riess G 1997
Sites and roles of phosphorylation of the human cytomegalovirus DNA polymerase subunit UL44. Silva LA, Strang BL, Lin EW, Kamil JP, Coen DM 2011
Synergistic effects on ganglionic herpes simplex virus infections by mutations or drugs that inhibit the viral polymerase and thymidine kinase. Jacobson J, Kramer M, Rozenberg F, Hu A, Coen DM 1995
Generation of genetic diversity in herpes simplex virus: an antimutator phenotype maps to the DNA polymerase locus. Hall JD, Coen DM, Fisher BL, Weisslitz M, Randall S, Almy RE, Gelep PT, Schaffer PA 1984
Genetic analysis of temperature-sensitive mutants of HSV-1: the combined use of complementation and physical mapping for cistron assignment. Weller SK, Aschman DP, Sacks WR, Coen DM, Schaffer PA 1983
Fidelity of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase copying a hypervariable region of the HIV-1 env gene. Ji J, Loeb LA 1994
Relative replication fitness of efavirenz-resistant mutants of HIV-1: correlation with frequency during clinical therapy and evidence of compensation for the reduced fitness of K103N + L100I by the nucleoside resistance mutation L74V. Koval CE, Dykes C, Wang J, Demeter LM 2006
The HIV-1 reverse transcriptase mutants G190S and G190A, which confer resistance to non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors, demonstrate reductions in RNase H activity and DNA synthesis from tRNA(Lys, 3) that correlate with reductions in replication efficiency. Wang J, Dykes C, Domaoal RA, Koval CE, Bambara RA, Demeter LM 2006
Intron conservation in the DNA polymerase gene encoded by Chlorella viruses. Zhang Y, Adams B, Sun L, Burbank DE, Van Etten JL 2001
Mutations at amino acid positions 63, 189, and 396 of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase (RT) partially restore the DNA polymerase activity of a Trp229Tyr mutant RT. Pelemans H, Esnouf R, Min KL, Parniak M, De Clercq E, Balzarini J 2001
Resistance of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase to TIBO derivatives induced by site-directed mutagenesis. De Vreese K, Debyser Z, Vandamme AM, Pauwels R, Desmyter J, De Clercq E, Anné J 1992
AZT (zidovudine) may act postintegrationally to inhibit generation of HIV-1 progeny virus in chronically infected cells. Rooke R, Tremblay M, Wainberg MA 1990
Site-directed mutagenesis of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase at amino acid position 138. Pelemans H, Aertsen A, Van Laethem K, Vandamme AM, De Clercq E, Pérez-Pérez MJ, San-Félix A, Velázquez S, Camarasa MJ, Balzarini J 2001
Knocking-out concentrations of HIV-1-specific inhibitors completely suppress HIV-1 infection and prevent the emergence of drug-resistant virus. Balzarini J, Karlsson A, Pérez-Pérez MJ, Camarasa MJ, De Clercq E 1993
Purification and properties of murine mammary tumor virus DNA polymerase. Marcus SL, Sarkar NH, Modak MJ 1976
Mutations in HIV-1 reverse transcriptase cause misfolding and miscleavage by the viral protease. Dunn LL, Boyer PL, Clark PK, Hughes SH 2013

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