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    1. Brakmann, S
      Discovery of superior enzymes by directed molecular evolution

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    2. Popova, TV; Denisov, AY; Shakirov, MM; Komarova, NI; Alekseyev, PV; Serebriakova, MV; Godovikova, TS
      Long-lived reactive intermediate photogenerated from N-(5-azido-2-nitrobenzoyl)-N '-(D-biotinyl)-1,2-diaminoethane as an affinity reagent to streptavidin

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    3. Li, Y; Waksman, G
      Crystal structures of a ddATP-, ddTTP-, ddCTP-, and ddGTP-trapped ternary complex of Klentaq1: Insights into nucleotide incorporation and selectivity

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    4. Zuo, YH; Deutscher, MP
      Exoribonuclease superfamilies: structural analysis and phylogenetic distribution

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    5. Uzun, O; Gabriel, A
      A Ty1 reverse transcriptase active-site aspartate mutation blocks transposition but not polymerization

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    6. Mazur, DJ; Perrino, FW
      Structure and expression of the TREX1 and TREX2 3 '-> 5 ' exonuclease genes

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Fuxreiter, M; Osman, R
      Probing the general base catalysis in the first step of BamHI action by computer simulations

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Berdis, AJ; Stetor, SR; LeGrice, SFJ; Barkley, MD
      Molecular mechanism of sequence-specific termination of lentiviral replication

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Painter, GR; Andrews, CW; Furman, PA
      Conformation and local environment of nucleotides bound to HIV type 1 reverse transcriptase (HIV-1 RT) in the ground state

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    10. Iwai, S
      Synthesis of thymine glycol containing oligonucleotides from a building block with the oxidized base

      ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
    11. Furman, PA; Painter, GR; Anderson, KS
      An analysis of the catalytic cycle of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase: Opportunities for chemotherapeutic intervention based on enzyme inhibition

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    12. Shan, SO; Herschlag, D
      An unconventional origin of metal-ion rescue and inhibition in the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme reaction

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    13. Thomas, BC; Li, XQ; Gegenheimer, P
      Chloroplast ribonuclease P does not utilize the ribozyme-type pre-tRNA cleavage mechanism

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    14. Eckstein, F
      Phosphorothioate oligodeoxynucleotides: What is their origin and what is unique about them?

      ANTISENSE & NUCLEIC ACID DRUG DEVELOPMENT
    15. Breyer, WA; Matthews, BW
      Structure of Escherichia coli exonuclease I suggests how processivity is achieved

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    16. Ahn, B
      A physical interaction of UvrD with nucleotide excision repair protein UvrB

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    17. Chand, DK; Schneider, HJ; Bencini, A; Bianchi, A; Giorgi, C; Ciattini, S; Valtancoli, B
      Supramolecular chemistry, part 99 Affinity and nuclease activity of macrocyclic polyamines and their Cu-II complexes

      CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
    18. Theis, K; Skorvaga, M; Machius, M; Nakagawa, N; Van Houten, B; Kisker, C
      The nucleotide excision repair protein UvrB, a helicase-like enzyme with acatch

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    19. Yoshinari, K; Taira, K
      A further investigation and reappraisal of the thio effect in the cleavagereaction catalyzed by a hammerhead ribozyme

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    20. Warnecke, JM; Sontheimer, EJ; Piccirilli, JA; Hartmann, RK
      Active site constraints in the hydrolysis reaction catalyzed by bacterial RNase P: analysis of precursor tRNAs with a single 3 '-S-phosphorothiolate internucleotide linkage

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    21. Berger, M; Wu, YQ; Ogawa, AK; McMinn, DL; Schultz, PG; Romesberg, FE
      Universal bases for hybridization, replication and chain termination

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    22. Diaz, L; Cristofaro, JV; DeStefano, JJ
      Human immunodeficiency virus reverse transcriptase base misincorporations can promote strand transfer

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    23. Sluis-Cremer, N; Arion, D; Kaushik, N; Lim, H; Parniak, MA
      Mutational analysis of Lys(65) of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    24. DeStefano, JJ; Raja, A; Cristofaro, JV
      In vitro strand transfer from broken RNAs results in mismatch but not frameshift mutations

      VIROLOGY
    25. Stec, WJ; Koziolkiewicz, M; Taira, K
      Stereochemical support for Serratia endonuclease active-site geometry

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    26. Shahs, FS; Curr, KA; Hamburgh, ME; Parniak, M; Mitsuya, H; Arnez, JG; Prasad, VR
      Differential influence of nucleoside analog-resistance mutations K65R and L74V on the overall mutation rate and error specificity of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Samrakandi, MM; Pasta, F
      Hyperrecombination in Streptococcus pneumoniae depends on an atypical mutYhomologue

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    28. Ireland, MJ; Reinke, SS; Livingston, DM
      The impact of lagging strand replication mutations on the stability of CAGrepeat tracts in yeast

      GENETICS
    29. Glasner, ME; Yen, CC; Ekland, EH; Bartel, DP
      Recognition of nucleoside triphosphates during RNA-catalyzed primer extension

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    30. Weiss, KK; Isaacs, SJ; Tran, NH; Adman, ET; Kim, B
      Molecular architecture of the mutagenic active site of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase: Roles of the beta 8-alpha E loop infidelity, processivity, and substrate interactions

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Lyamichev, VI; Kaiser, MW; Lyamicheva, NE; Vologodskii, AV; Hall, JG; Ma, WP; Allawi, HT; Neri, BP
      Experimental and theoretical analysis of the invasive signal amplificationreaction

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. Francis, SH; Turko, IV; Grimes, KA; Corbin, JD
      Histidine-607 and histidine-643 provide important interactions for metal support of catalysis in phosphodiesterase-5

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    33. Regan, MR; Emerick, MC; Agnew, WS
      Full-length single-gene cDNA libraries: Applications in splice variant analysis

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    34. Horton, NC; Connolly, BA; Perona, JJ
      Inhibition of EcoRV endonuclease by deoxyribo-3 '-S-phosphorothiolates: A high-resolution X-ray crystallographic study

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    35. Ye, JY; Yamauchi, M; Yogi, O; Ishikawa, M
      Spectroscopic properties of 2 '-(or-3 ')-O-(2,4,6-trinitrophenyl) adenosine 5 '-triphosphate revealed by time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    36. Strobel, SA; Ortoleva-Donnelly, L
      A hydrogen-bonding triad stabilizes the chemical transition state of a group I ribozyme

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    37. Brautigam, CA; Aschheim, K; Steitz, TA
      Structural elucidation of the binding and inhibitory properties of lanthanide (III) ions at the 3 '-5 ' exonucleolytic active site of the Klenow fragment

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    38. Oshige, M; Aoyagi, NA; Harris, PV; Burtis, KC; Sakaguchi, K
      A new DNA polymerase species from Drosophila melanogaster: a probable mus308 gene product

      MUTATION RESEARCH-DNA REPAIR
    39. Nagano, K; Wachi, M; Takada, A; Takaku, F; Hirasawa, T; Nagai, K
      fcsA29 mutation is an allele of polA gene of Escherichia coli

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    40. Pickering, TJ; Garforth, SJ; Thorpe, SJ; Sayers, JR; Grasby, JA
      A single cleavage assay for T5 5 '-> 3 ' exonuclease: determination of thecatalytic parameters for wild-type and mutant proteins

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    41. Silvian, LF; Wang, JM; Steitz, TA
      Insights into editing from an Ile-tRNA synthetase structure with tRNA(Ile)and mupirocin

      SCIENCE
    42. Teplova, M; Wallace, ST; Tereshko, V; Minasov, G; Symons, AM; Cook, PD; Manoharan, M; Egli, M
      Structural origins of the exonuclease resistance of a zwitterionic RNA

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    43. Garforth, SJ; Ceska, TA; Suck, D; Sayers, JR
      Mutagenesis of conserved lysine residues in bacteriophage T5 5 '-3 ' exonuclease suggests separate mechanisms of endo- and exonucleolytic cleavage

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    44. Constantinou, A; Gunz, D; Evans, E; Lalle, P; Bates, PA; Wood, RD; Clarkson, SG
      Conserved residues of human XPG protein important for nuclease activity and function in nucleotide excision repair

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    45. Bhasin, A; Goryshin, IY; Reznikoff, WS
      Hairpin formation in Tn5 transposition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    46. Canard, B; Chowdhury, K; Sarfati, R; Doublie, S; Richardson, CC
      The motif D loop of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase is critical for nucleoside 5 '-triphosphate selectivity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    47. Jin, J; Kaushik, N; Singh, K; Modak, MJ
      Analysis of the role of glutamine 190 in the catalytic mechanism of murineleukemia virus reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    48. Kaiser, MW; Lyamicheva, N; Ma, WP; Miller, C; Neri, B; Fors, L; Lyamichev, VI
      A comparison of eubacterial and archaeal structure-specific 5 '-exonucleases

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    49. Sutera, VA; Han, ES; Rajman, LA; Lovett, ST
      Mutational analysis of the RecJ exonuclease of Escherichia coli: Identification of phosphoesterase motifs

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    50. Kaushik, N; Singh, K; Alluru, I; Modak, MJ
      Tyrosine 222, a member of the YXDD motif of MuLV RT, is catalytically essential and is a major component of the fidelity center

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    51. Mueller, EJ; Oh, S; Kavalerchik, E; Kappock, TJ; Meyer, E; Li, C; Ealick, SE; Stubbe, J
      Investigation of the ATP binding site of Escherichia coli aminoimidazole ribonucleotide synthetase using affinity labeling and site-directed mutagenesis

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    52. VIADIU H; AGGARWAL AK
      THE ROLE OF METALS IN CATALYSIS BY THE RESTRICTION-ENDONUCLEASE BAMHI

      Nature structural biology
    53. PUJOL C; CHEDIN F; EHRLICH SD; JANNIERE L
      INHIBITION OF A NATURALLY-OCCURRING ROLLING-CIRCLE REPLICON IN DERIVATIVES OF THE THETA-REPLICATING PLASMID PLP501

      Molecular microbiology
    54. BLACK CB; COWAN JA
      A CRITICAL-EVALUATION OF METAL-PROMOTED KLENOW 3'-5'-EXONUCLEASE ACTIVITY - CALORIMETRIC AND KINETIC ANALYSES SUPPORT A ONE-METAL-ION MECHANISM

      JBIC. Journal of biological inorganic chemistry
    55. ARNEZ JG; FLANAGAN K; MORAS D; SIMONSON T
      ENGINEERING AN MG2-TRANSFER-RNA SYNTHETASE BY COMPUTER EXPERIMENTS( SITE TO REPLACE A STRUCTURALLY CONSERVED ARGININE IN THE CATALYTIC CENTER OF HISTIDYL)

      Proteins
    56. Weber, W; Demirdjian, H; Lins, RD; Briggs, JM; Ferreira, R; McCammon, JA
      Brownian and essential dynamics studies of the HIV-1 integrase catalytic domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    57. NIETO JM; PRENAFETA A; MIQUELAY E; TORRADES S; JUAREZ A
      SEQUENCE, IDENTIFICATION AND EFFECT ON CONJUGATION OF THE RMOA GENE OF PLASMID R100-1

      FEMS microbiology letters
    58. LEPAGE F; GUY A; CADET J; SARASIN A; GENTIL A
      REPAIR AND MUTAGENIC POTENCY OF 8-OXOG-A AND 8-OXOG-C BASE-PAIRS IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Nucleic acids research
    59. PAGE AM; DAVIS K; MOLINEUX C; KOLODNER RD; JOHNSON AW
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF EXORIBONUCLEASE-I FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Nucleic acids research
    60. Smith, TA; Irwanto, M; Haines, DJ; Ghiggino, KP; Millar, DP
      Time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy measurements of the adsorption of Rhodamine-B and a labelled polyelectrolyte onto colloidal silica

      COLLOID AND POLYMER SCIENCE
    61. GORDIENKO I; RUPP WD
      A SPECIFIC 3'-EXONUCLEASE ACTIVITY OF UVRABC

      EMBO journal
    62. Li, Y; Korolev, S; Waksman, G
      Crystal structures of open and closed forms of binary and ternary complexes of the large fragment of Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase I: structural basis for nucleotide incorporation

      EMBO JOURNAL
    63. LUYTEN I; HERDEWIJN P
      HYBRIDIZATION PROPERTIES OF BASE-MODIFIED OLIGONUCLEOTIDES WITHIN THEDOUBLE AND TRIPLE-HELIX MOTIF

      European journal of medicinal chemistry
    64. AMBLAR M; SAGNER G; LOPEZ P
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF THE 5'-3' EXONUCLEASE D10A MUTANT OF DNA-POLYMERASE-I FROM STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE - A NEW TOOL FOR DNA-SEQUENCING

      Journal of biotechnology
    65. VERMA S; ECKSTEIN F
      MODIFIED OLIGONUCLEOTIDES - SYNTHESIS AND STRATEGY FOR USERS

      Annual review of biochemistry
    66. KNORRE DG; KUDRYASHOVA NV; LAVRIK OI
      CHEMICAL APPROACHES TO INVESTIGATION OF TEMPLATE BIOSYNTHESIS - STUDYOF REPLICATION AND REVERSED TRANSCRIPTION

      Uspehi himii
    67. Kolocheva, TI; Demidov, SA; Maksakova, GA; Nevinskii, GA
      Interaction of endonuclease EcoRI with short specific and nonspecific oligonucleotides

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    68. HUANG FQ; YARUS M
      KINETICS AT A MULTIFUNCTIONAL RNA ACTIVE-SITE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    69. DUVALVALENTIN G; TAKASUGI M; HELENE C; SAGE E
      TRIPLE HELIX-DIRECTED PSORALEN CROSS-LINKS ARE RECOGNIZED BY UVR(A)BCEXCINUCLEASE

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    70. ASTATKE M; GRINDLEY NDF; JOYCE CM
      HOW ESCHERICHIA-COLI DNA-POLYMERASE-I (KLENOW FRAGMENT) DISTINGUISHESBETWEEN DEOXYNUCLEOTIDES AND DIDEOXYNUCLEOTIDES

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    71. Tuominen, V; Heikinheimo, P; Kajander, T; Torkkel, T; Hyytia, T; Kapyla, J; Lahti, R; Cooperman, BS; Goldman, A
      The R78K and D117E active-site variants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae soluble inorganic pyrophosphatase: Structural studies and mechanistic implications

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    72. YAMADORI I; YOSHINO T; KONDO E; CAO L; AKAGI T; MATSUO Y; MINOWADA J
      COMPARISON OF 2 METHODS OF STAINING APOPTOTIC CELLS OF LEUKEMIA-CELL LINES - TERMINAL DEOXYNUCLEOTIDYL TRANSFERASE AND DNA-POLYMERASE-I REACTIONS

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    73. DESTEFANO J; GHOSH J; PRASAD B; RAJA A
      HIGH-FIDELITY OF INTERNAL STRAND TRANSFER CATALYZED BY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. Keck, JL; Goedken, ER; Marqusee, S
      Activation/attenuation model for RNase H - A one-metal mechanism with second-metal inhibition

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    75. Harris, D; Kaushik, N; Pandey, PK; Yadav, PNS; Pandey, VN
      Functional analysis of amino acid residues constituting the dNTP binding pocket of HIV-1 reverse transcriptase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    76. AMBLAR M; LOPEZ P
      PURIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF THE 5'-3'-EXONUCLEASE D190-]A MUTANT OF DNA-POLYMERASE-I FROM STREPTOCOCCUS-PNEUMONIAE

      European journal of biochemistry
    77. HEGG EL; BURSTYN JN
      TOWARD THE DEVELOPMENT OF METAL-BASED SYNTHETIC NUCLEASES AND PEPTIDASES - A RATIONALE AND PROGRESS REPORT IN APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF COORDINATION CHEMISTRY

      Coordination chemistry reviews
    78. COWAN JA
      METAL ACTIVATION OF ENZYMES IN NUCLEIC-ACID BIOCHEMISTRY

      Chemical reviews
    79. POGOZELSKI WK; TULLIUS TD
      OXIDATIVE STRAND SCISSION OF NUCLEIC-ACIDS - ROUTES INITIATED BY HYDROGEN ABSTRACTION FROM THE SUGAR MOIETY

      Chemical reviews
    80. WANG K; RODGERS ME; TOPTYGIN D; MUNSEN VA; BRAND L
      FLUORESCENCE STUDY OF THE MULTIPLE BINDING EQUILIBRIA OF THE GALACTOSE REPRESSOR

      Biochemistry
    81. KIM B
      GENETIC SELECTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI FOR ACTIVE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE MUTANTS

      Methods
    82. KOONIN EV
      A CONSERVED ANCIENT DOMAIN JOINS THE GROWING SUPERFAMILY OF 3'-5'-EXONUCLEASES

      Current biology
    83. HENSLEY P; SMITH LM
      ANALYTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    84. BROWN MP; ROYER C
      FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY AS A TOOL TO INVESTIGATE PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    85. COWAN JA
      METAL-MEDIATED HYDROLYSIS OF BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE-ESTERS - A CRITICALANALYSIS OF THE ESSENTIAL METAL-ION STOICHIOMETRY FOR MAGNESIUM-DEPENDENT NUCLEASE ACTIVATION

      JBIC. Journal of biological inorganic chemistry
    86. KOHDA K; TSUNOMOTO H; KASAMATSU T; SAWAMURA F; TERASHIMA I; SHIBUTANI S
      SYNTHESIS AND MISCODING SPECIFICITY OF OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDE CONTAINING 8-PHENYL-2'-DEOXYGUANOSINE

      Chemical research in toxicology
    87. VOSS H; NENTWICH U; DUTHIE S; WIEMANN S; BENES V; ZIMMERMANN J; ANSORGE W
      AUTOMATED CYCLE SEQUENCING WITH TAQUENASE(TM) - PROTOCOLS FOR INTERNAL LABELING, DYE PRIMER AND DOUBLEX SIMULTANEOUS SEQUENCING

      BioTechniques
    88. GORDHAN BG; MIZRAHI V
      THE RLEP-FLANKED POLA GENE FROM MYCOBACTERIUM-LEPRAE IS NOT TRANSCRIBED IN MYCOBACTERIUM-SMEGMATIS

      Gene
    89. GROHMANN E; ZECHNER EL; ESPINOSA M
      DETERMINATION OF SPECIFIC DNA STRAND DISCONTINUITIES WITH NUCLEOTIDE RESOLUTION IN EXPONENTIONALLY GROWING BACTERIA HARBORING ROLLING CIRCLE-REPLICATING PLASMIDS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    90. JACUTIN S; ZHANG AJ; RUSSELL DH; GIBBS RA; BURGESS K
      TEST OF THE POTENTIAL OF A DATP SURROGATE FOR SEQUENCING VIA MALDI-MS

      Nucleic acids research
    91. MIAN IS
      COMPARATIVE SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF RIBONUCLEASES HII, III, II PH AND D

      Nucleic acids research
    92. KOLTERMANN A; KETTLING U
      PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOTECHNOLOGY

      Biophysical chemistry
    93. FRIEDMAN JM
      FOURIER-FILTERED VANDERWAALS CONTACT SURFACES - ACCURATE LIGAND SHAPES FROM PROTEIN STRUCTURES

      Protein engineering
    94. KRAMER MG; KHAN SA; ESPINOSA M
      PLASMID ROLLING CIRCLE REPLICATION - IDENTIFICATION OF THE RNA POLYMERASE-DIRECTED PRIMER RNA AND REQUIREMENT FOR DNA-POLYMERASE-I FOR LAGGING-STRAND SYNTHESIS

      EMBO journal
    95. YAMANA K; OHASHI Y; NUNOTA K; NAKANO H
      SYNTHESIS, BINDING AND FLUORESCENCE PROPERTIES OF OLIGONUCLEOTIDE DERIVATIVES HAVING A DANSYL FLUORESCENCE LABEL ATTACHED TO THE 2'-POSITION OF A RIBONUCLEOSIDE

      Tetrahedron
    96. SHIBA K; TAKAHASHI Y; NODA T
      CREATION OF LIBRARIES WITH LONG ORFS BY POLYMERIZATION OF A MICROGENE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. MUSHEGIAN AR; BASSETT DE; BOGUSKI MS; BORK P; KOONIN EV
      POSITIONALLY CLONED HUMAN-DISEASE GENES - PATTERNS OF EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATION AND FUNCTIONAL MOTIFS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    98. IGNATOV KB; KRAMAROV VM; CHISTYAKOVA LG; MIROSHNIKOV AI
      FACTORS DETERMINING DIFFERENT PROCESSIVITY OF THERMUS-THERMOPHILUS AND T-AQUATICUS DNA-POLYMERASES IN AMPLIFICATION OF PHAGE-LAMBDA DNA

      Molecular biology
    99. TIMOFEEVA OA; RYABININ VA; SINYAKOV AN; ZAKHAROVA OD; YAMKOVOI VI; TARRAGOLITVAK L; LITVAK S; NEVINSKII GA
      INHIBITION OF HIV REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE-CATALYZED POLYMERIZATION OF MODEL SUBSTRATES BY OLIGO-1,3-THIAZOLECARBOXAMIDE DERIVATIVES

      Molecular biology
    100. TADDEI F; HALLIDAY JA; MATIC I; RADMAN M
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF MUTAGENESIS IN AGING ESCHERICHIA-COLI COLONIES

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics


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