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dNTP

dNTP

Octamer-primed sequencing technology: effects of dNTP supplementation

dNTP versus NTP discrimination by phenylalanine 451 in duck hepatitis B virus P protein indicates a common structure of the dNTP-binding pocket with other reverse transcriptases

Mechanisms of mutagenesis in vivo due to imbalanced dNTP pools

Deep sequencing analysis of mutations resulting from the incorporation of dNTP analogs

Biochemical characterization of a novel hypoxanthine/xanthine dNTP pyrophosphatase from Methanococcus jannaschii

Characterization of purple acid phosphatases involved in extracellular dNTP utilization in Stylosanthes

Heat Activatable 3′-modified dNTPs: Synthesis and Application for Hot Start PCR

Suppression of the E. coli SOS response by dNTP pool changes

Biochemical Characterization of TT1383 from Thermus thermophilus Identifies a Novel dNTP Triphosphohydrolase Activity Stimulated by dATP and dTTP

Trace amounts of 8-oxo-dGTP in mitochondrial dNTP pools reduce DNA polymerase γ replication fidelity

Nucleotide binding interactions modulate dNTP selectivity and facilitate 8-oxo-dGTP incorporation by DNA polymerase lambda

Highly mutagenic and severely imbalanced dNTP pools can escape detection by the S-phase checkpoint

Incoming nucleotide binds to Klenow ternary complex leading to stable physical sequestration of preceding dNTP on DNA

Exploration of factors driving incorporation of unnatural dNTPS into DNA by Klenow fragment (DNA polymerase I) and DNA polymerase α

Mismatched dNTP incorporation by DNA polymerase β does not proceed via globally different conformational pathways

UV induced ubiquitination of the yeast Rad4–Rad23 complex promotes survival by regulating cellular dNTP pools

Genome-wide analysis of the specificity and mechanisms of replication infidelity driven by imbalanced dNTP pools

 

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abbr. for any deoxynucleoside (5′‐)triphosphate (the deoxynucleoside being either unspecified or unknown).

Subjects: Chemistry.


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