Fatty acids selectively inhibit eukaryotic DNA polymerase activities in vitro.

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The in vitro relationship between eukaryotic DNA polymerases and fatty acids was investigated. Some fatty acids strongly inhibited the activities of DNA polymerase alpha and/or beta in vitro. The kinetics of inhibition by linoleic acid showed that DNA polymerase alpha was non-competitively inhibited with respect to the DNA template and substrate (dTTP), while DNA polymerase beta was inhibited competitively with both DNA and substrate.

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