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Structure-specific DNA cleavage by 5' nucleases.
Many processes, such as DNA replication, recombination and repair, produce branched DNA structures. These bifurcated molecules are trimmed by a group of homologous 5'-3' exonucleases (also known asExpand
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Identification and eradication of a denatured DNA isolated during alkaline lysis-based plasmid purification procedures.
Many plasmid isolation procedures use strongly alkaline conditions in the initial stages to facilitate lysis of the host bacteria. We demonstrate that such procedures can give rise to a minor butExpand
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Bacteriophage Collagen
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Who gives an iota about DNA repair?
Abstract The Biochemical Society colloquium on New Frontiers in DNA Repair was held on 19–20 December 2000 in Sussex, UK.
Acres of antibodies: the future of recombinant biomolecule production?
  • J. R. Sayers
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Trends in biotechnology
  • 1 November 2001
The Cambridge Healthtech Institute's second international conference entitled "Recombinant Therapeutics: Antibodies and Biomolecules" was held in Baltimore, MD, USA, 30 May-1 June 2001.
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