ISSNs: 1439-7633,

References in Chembiochem:

Title Authors Year
Varied active-site constraints in the klenow fragment of E. coli DNA polymerase I and the lesion-bypass Dbh DNA polymerase. Cramer J, Rangam G, Marx A, Restle T 2008
Real-time detection of nucleotide incorporation during complementary DNA strand synthesis. Krieg A, Laib S, Ruckstuhl T, Seeger S 2003
A new photoactive building block for investigation of DNA backbone interactions: photoaffinity labeling of human DNA polymerase beta. Liebmann M, Di Pasquale F, Marx A 2006
Directed DNA polymerase evolution: effects of mutations in motif C on the mismatch-extension selectivity of thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase. Strerath M, Gloeckner C, Liu D, Schnur A, Marx A 2007
Mutant DNA polymerase for improved detection of single-nucleotide variations in microarrayed primer extension. Kranaster R, Ketzer P, Marx A 2008
The large fragment of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase I can synthesize DNA exclusively from fluorescently labeled nucleotides. Brakmann S, Nieckchen P 2001
A DNA polymerase with increased reactivity for ribonucleotides and C5-modified deoxyribonucleotides. Staiger N, Marx A 2010
The use of non-natural nucleotides to probe template-independent DNA synthesis. Berdis AJ, McCutcheon D 2007
A parallel synthesis scheme for generating libraries of DNA polymerase substrates and inhibitors. Strobel H, Dugué L, Marlière P, Pochet S 2002
Varied DNA polymerase-substrate interactions in the nucleotide binding pocket. Strerath M, Summerer D, Marx A 2002
Proofreading activity of Pfu thermostable DNA polymerase on a 6-O-methylguanine-containing template monitored by ESI-FTICR mass spectrometry. Wunschel DS, Masselon C, Feng B, Smith RW 2004
Steric constraints dependent on nucleobase pair orientation vary in different DNA polymerase active sites. Streckenbach F, Rangam G, Möller HM, Marx A 2009
Modified DNA bearing 5(methoxycarbonylmethyl)-2'-deoxyuridine: preparation by PCR with thermophilic DNA polymerase and postsynthetic derivatization. Mehedi Masud M, Ozaki-Nakamura A, Kuwahara M, Ozaki H, Sawai H 2003

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