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DNA polymerase inhibitor


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DNA polymerase inhibitor

DNA polymerase inhibitor

RNA aptamers selected against DNA polymerase β inhibit the polymerase activities of DNA polymerases β and κ

A neutralizing antibody against human DNA polymerase ε inhibits cellular but not SV40 DNA replication

Screening of DNA aptamers inhibiting Taq DNA polymerase using algorithm mimicking evolution

Interactive effects of inhibitors of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase and DNA-dependent protein kinase on cellular responses to DNA damage

Mutants of Taq DNA polymerase resistant to PCR inhibitors allow DNA amplification from whole blood and crude soil samples

Three-Dimensional Structural Model Analysis of the Binding Site of Lithocholic Acid, an Inhibitor of DNA Polymerase β and DNA Topoisomerase II

Three-Dimensional Structural Model Analysis of the Binding Site of an Inhibitor, Nervonic Acid, of Both DNA Polymerase β and HIV-1 Reverse Transcriptase

Novel mechanism of gene regulation: the protein Rv1222 of Mycobacterium tuberculosis inhibits transcription by anchoring the RNA polymerase onto DNA

Specific contacts of the −35 region of the galP1 promoter by RNA polymerase inhibit GalR-mediated DNA looping repression

G-quadruplex formation at the 3′ end of telomere DNA inhibits its extension by telomerase, polymerase and unwinding by helicase

RNA Polymerase II Transcription Inhibits DNA Repair by Photolyase in the Transcribed Strand of Active Yeast Genes

A sulfoglycolipid beta-sulfoquinovosyldiacylglycerol (βSQDG) binds to Met1-Arg95 region of murine DNA polymerase lambda (Mmpol λ) and inhibits its nuclear transit

Modulation of the poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase inhibitor response and DNA recombination in breast cancer cells by drugs affecting endogenous wild-type p53

 

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Any one of a class of antiviral drugs that inhibit the action of DNA polymerase enzymes, which are used by viruses to form their own DNA. These drugs prevent, to a varying degree, the reproduction of viruses. They include aciclovir, foscarnet, ganciclovir, and valaciclovir.

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