T4 M827I

From bacteriophage T4 (aliases:T4 tsL74, T4 tsL91)
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Mutant of: T4 (M827I)

T4 M827I is a family B enzyme from bacteriophage T4.

Selected Properties for T4 M827I:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
no data no data no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
1993 Linda J Reha-Krantz, R L Nonay, S Stocki Reha-Krantz LJ1993
1990 Unknown1990
1983 P Gauss, D H Doherty, L Gold Gauss P1983
1974 C F Schnitzlein, I Albrecht, John W Drake Schnitzlein CF1974
1972 U Ray, L Bartenstein, J W Drake Ray U1972
1971 H Bernstein Bernstein H1971
1968 M W Baldy Baldy MW1968
1967 H Bernstein Bernstein H1967
1965 A De Waard, A V Paul, I. Robert Lehman De Waard A1965
1963 Unknown1963
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