[ James A. Shapiro ] James A. Shapiro

Exonuclease proofreading

(Perrino and Loeb 1989; Reha-Krantz 1998; Khare and Eckert 2002; Nick McElhinny, Pavlov et al. 2006; Pavlov, Frahm et al. 2006; Arezi and Hogrefe 2007; Xie 2007; Kunkel and Burgers 2008; Tseng, Gabriel et al. 2008; Burgers 2009; Fazlieva, Spittle et al. 2009; Ibarra, Chemla et al. 2009; Meng, Zhou et al. 2009; Tahirov, Makarova et al. 2009; Xie 2009; Zhang, Rohde et al. 2009; Aksenova, Volkov et al. 2010)




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Xie, P. (2009). "A possible mechanism for the dynamics of transition between polymerase and exonuclease sites in a high-fidelity DNA polymerase." J Theor Biol 259(3): 434-439. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19389410.

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