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Modulating the pKa of a Tyrosine in KlenTaq DNA Polymerase that Is Crucial for Abasic Site Bypass by in Vivo Incorporation of a Non-canonical Amino Acid

Modulating the pKa of a Tyrosine in KlenTaq DNA Polymerase that Is Crucial for Abasic Site Bypass by in Vivo Incorporation of a Non-canonical Amino Acid

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BLATTER, Nina, Alexander PROKUP, Alexander DEITERS, Andreas MARX, 2014. Modulating the pKa of a Tyrosine in KlenTaq DNA Polymerase that Is Crucial for Abasic Site Bypass by in Vivo Incorporation of a Non-canonical Amino Acid. In: ChemBioChem. 15(12), pp. 1735-1737. ISSN 1439-4227. eISSN 1439-7633

@article{Blatter2014-08-18Modul-39127, title={Modulating the pKa of a Tyrosine in KlenTaq DNA Polymerase that Is Crucial for Abasic Site Bypass by in Vivo Incorporation of a Non-canonical Amino Acid}, year={2014}, doi={10.1002/cbic.201400051}, number={12}, volume={15}, issn={1439-4227}, journal={ChemBioChem}, pages={1735--1737}, author={Blatter, Nina and Prokup, Alexander and Deiters, Alexander and Marx, Andreas} }

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