Chemistry & biology

(Chem Biol) ISSNs: , 1879-1301

References in Chemistry & biology:

Title Authors Year
Touching the heart of HIV-1 drug resistance: the fingers close down on the dNTP at the polymerase active site. Sarafianos SG, Das K, Ding J, Boyer PL, Hughes SH, Arnold E 1999
Structural elucidation of the binding and inhibitory properties of lanthanide (III) ions at the 3'-5' exonucleolytic active site of the Klenow fragment. Brautigam CA, Aschheim K, Steitz TA 1999
Elucidation of the metal-binding properties of the Klenow fragment of Escherichia coli polymerase I and bacteriophage T4 DNA polymerase by lanthanide(III) luminescence spectroscopy. Frey MW, Frey ST, Horrocks WD, Kaboord BF, Benkovic SJ 1996
Structural insights into DNA polymerase beta fidelity: hold tight if you want it right. Beard WA, Wilson SH 1998
DNA polymerase template interactions probed by degenerate isosteric nucleobase analogs. Paul N, Nashine VC, Hoops G, Zhang P, Zhou J, Bergstrom DE, Davisson VJ 2003
Identification of a small molecule that inhibits herpes simplex virus DNA Polymerase subunit interactions and viral replication. Pilger BD, Cui C, Coen DM 2004
Hydrophobic amino acid and single-atom substitutions increase DNA polymerase selectivity. Rudinger NZ, Kranaster R, Marx A 2007
Selective anti-cytomegalovirus compounds discovered by screening for inhibitors of subunit interactions of the viral polymerase. Loregian A, Coen DM 2006
Probing interactions between HIV-1 reverse transcriptase and its DNA substrate with backbone-modified nucleotides. Marx A, Spichty M, Amacker M, Schwitter U, Hübscher U, Bickle TA, Maga G, Giese B 1999
A synthetic substrate of DNA polymerase deviating from the bases, sugar, and leaving group of canonical deoxynucleoside triphosphates. Jang MY, Song XP, Froeyen M, Marlière P, Lescrinier E, Rozenski J, Herdewijn P 2013
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