9egN

From Thermococcus sp. 9° N-7 (aliases:9N, 9°N)
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9egN is a family B enzyme from Thermococcus sp. 9° N-7.

Selected Properties for 9egN:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Yes (2) No (2) no data no data 5.7e-05 errors/bp (1)
Year Authors Title Results by property
2008 Linda J Reha-Krantz Reha-Krantz LJ2008
2002 Andrew F Gardner, William E Jack Gardner AF2002
2001 Holly H Hogrefe, J Cline, A E Lovejoy, K B Nielson Hogrefe HH2001 Specific Activity,Strand Displacement,3-5' exo,5-3' exo,KM,3-5' Exo Specific Activity,Overall Error Rate,All properties
1996 M W Southworth, H Kong, R B Kucera, J Ware, H W Jannasch, F B Perler Southworth MW1996 Cloned or native,Full length or truncated,Specific Activity,3-5' exo,5-3' exo,KM,Molecular Weight,All properties
Protein sequence:
DNA sequence:
Name 3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
9egN D141A/D143A
Therminator
9egN exo-
9egN exoDID
All Polymerases | 16 Results

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