Venkataramana Vooradi

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The well-studied aromatic amine carcinogen, N-2-acetylaminofluorene (AAF), forms adducts at the C8 position of guanine in DNA. Unlike replicative polymerases, Y-family polymerases have been shown to have the ability to bypass such bulky DNA lesions. To better understand the mechanism of translesion synthesis by the yeast DNA polymerase eta (yPoleta), a gel(More)
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