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Flavones inhibit the hexameric replicative helicase RepA

Identification of bacterial rep-PCR genomic fingerprints using a backpropagation neural network

Molecular characterization of a recombinant replication protein (Rep) from the Antarctic bacterium Psychrobacter sp. TA144

RepTar: a database of predicted cellular targets of host and viral miRNAs

Plasmid replication initiator protein RepD increases the processivity of PcrA DNA helicase

A method mediated AAVS1 recombination with Rep mRNA and homologous arms

Molecular evolution of the CMT1A-REP region: a human- and chimpanzee-specific repeat.

Primate Origin of the CMT1A-REP Repeat and Analysis of a Putative Transposon-Associated Recombinational Hotspot

Monomeric PcrA helicase processively unwinds plasmid lengths of DNA in the presence of the initiator protein RepD

The P1 phage replication protein RepA contacts an otherwise inaccessible thymine N3 proton by DNA distortion or base flipping

Hexameric RSF1010 helicase RepA: the structural and functional importance of single amino acid residues

RepE—the Dictyostelium Homolog of the Human Xeroderma Pigmentosum Group E Gene Is Developmentally Regulated and Contains a Leucine Zipper Motif

Binding of sulphonated indigo derivatives to RepA-WH1 inhibits DNA-induced protein amyloidogenesis

The Human COX10 Gene is Disrupted During Homologous Recombination Between the 24 kb Proximal and Distal CMT1A-REPs

Spectrum of activity and mode of action of REP3123, a new antibiotic to treat Clostridium difficile infections

Inhibitory effect of REP3123 on toxin and spore formation in Clostridium difficile, and in vivo efficacy in a hamster gastrointestinal infection model

Characterization of a replication locus and formation of a higher-order complex between RepA protein and two inverted repeats in Streptomyces plasmid pSV1

The 32 kDa subunit of replication protein A (RPA) participates in the DNA replication of Mung bean yellow mosaic India virus (MYMIV) by interacting with the viral Rep protein

 

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The protein product of the Escherichia coli gene repA, which has a role in the replication of DNA in E. coli. Although the principal DNA helicase in E. coli is ...

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