T4 S345P

From bacteriophage T4 (aliases:T4 tsL98)
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Mutant of: T4 (S345P)

T4 S345P is a family B enzyme from bacteriophage T4.

Selected Properties for T4 S345P:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
no data no data no data 2.5e+01 Mutation frequency (relative to WT) (1) no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
1998 Nancy G Nossal Nossal NG1998
1995 V L Kaiser, L S Ripley Kaiser VL1995
1993 Linda J Reha-Krantz, R L Nonay, S Stocki Reha-Krantz LJ1993
1988 Linda J Reha-Krantz Reha-Krantz LJ1988 Nucleotide Substitution Rate,All properties
1986 Linda J Reha-Krantz, E M Liesner, S Parmaksizoglu, S Stocki Reha-Krantz LJ1986
1983 L S Ripley Ripley LS1983
1983 L S Ripley, N B Shoemaker Ripley LS1983
1973 R L Schnaar, N Muzyczka, M J Bessman Schnaar RL1973
1972 N Muzyczka, R L Poland, M J Bessman Muzyczka N1972
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