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Family X

19 polymerases with 20 mutants covered in 360 references

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This page lists all the polymerases in family X

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Polymerases in family X

Polymerase Organism Kingdom Reference count Mutant count
Human Pol beta H. sapiens Eukaryote 204 18
Di Pol beta Dictyostelium discoideum Eukaryote 1 0
Mouse Pol lamba Mus musculus Eukaryote 2 0
Bsu Pol X Bacillus subtilis Eubacterium 5 0
ASFV pol X African Swine Fever Virus Virus/Phage 5 0
Mmu Pol mu Mus musculus Eukaryote 2 0
Human Pol mu H. sapiens Eukaryote 25 0
Rat Pol beta Rattus norvegicus Eukaryote 24 1
Sce Pol lamba S. cerevisiea Eukaryote 3 0
Human Pol lamba H. sapiens Eukaryote 59 1
Zebrafish Pol beta Danio rerio Eukaryote 3 0
SpPol4 S. pombe Eukaryote 2 0
Dra Pol X Deinococcus radiodurans Eubacterium 4 0
Mouse Pol beta Mus musculus Eukaryote 6 0
Tcr pol beta Trypanosoma cruzi Eukaryote 7 0
Chicken Pol beta Gallus gallus Eukaryote 2 0
Ath Pol Lamba Arabidopsis thaliana Eukaryote 3 0
As Pol Beta Aurelia Sp. 1 Eukaryote 1 0
Tth pol X Thermus thermophilus HB8 Eubacterium 2 0
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