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Novel groups of cyanobacterial podovirus DNA polymerase (pol) genes exist in paddy waters in northeast China

ERα mediates alcohol-induced deregulation of Pol III genes in breast cancer cells

c-MYC coordinately regulates ribosomal gene chromatin remodeling and Pol I availability during granulocyte differentiation

Topoisomerase II is required for the production of long Pol II gene transcripts in yeast

Evolution of protease inhibitor resistance in the gag and pol genes of HIV subtype G isolates

Altered Drug Sensitivity, Fitness, and Evolution of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 with pol Gene Mutations Conferring Multi-Dideoxynucleoside Resistance

Role of phosphorylated histone H3 serine 10 in DEN-induced deregulation of Pol III genes and cell proliferation and transformation

Live-cell imaging of Pol II promoter activity to monitor gene expression with RNA IMAGEtag reporters

Transcription factor binding sites in the pol gene intragenic regulatory region of HIV-1 are important for virus infectivity

Human transcription factors IIIC2, IIIC1 and a novel component IIIC0 fulfil different aspects of DNA binding to various pol III genes

Efficient silencing of gene expression with modular trimeric Pol II expression cassettes comprising microRNA shuttles

Mutations in the pol Gene of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 in Infected Patients Receiving Didanosine and Hydroxyurea Combination Therapy

Non-coding RNA derived from the region adjacent to the human HO-1 E2 enhancer selectively regulates HO-1 gene induction by modulating Pol II binding

Treatment of breast cancer cells with DNA demethylating agents leads to a release of Pol II stalling at genes with DNA-hypermethylated regions upstream of TSS

The L1Tc non-LTR retrotransposon of Trypanosoma cruzi contains an internal RNA-pol II-dependent promoter that strongly activates gene transcription and generates unspliced transcripts

The activity binding to the termination region of several pol III genes represents a separate entity and is distinct from a novel component enhancing U6 snRNA transcription

Both the 5S rRNA gene and the AT-rich flanks of Xenopus laevis oocyte-type 5S rDNA repeat are required for histone H1-dependent repression of transcription of pol III-type genes in in vitro reconstituted chromatin

 

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The genes encoding DNA polymerases. In E. coli there are three, polA, polB, and polC, coding respectively for polymerases I, II, and III. Retroviral pol genes encode reverse transcriptase.

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