Pab Pol I

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Pab Pol I is a family B enzyme from Pyrococcus abyssi.

Selected Properties for Pab Pol I:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Yes (1) No (1) no data no data 6.6e-07-4.7e-06 errors/bp (2)
Year Authors Title Results by property
2011 Zhenming Du, Jiajing Liu, Clayton D Albracht, Alice Hsu, Wen Chen, Michelle D Marieni, Kathryn M Colelli, Jennie E Williams, Julie N Reitter, Kenneth V Mills, Chunyu Wang Du Z2011
2011 Jiajing Liu, Zhenming Du, Clayton D Albracht, Roshni O Naidu, Kenneth V Mills, Chunyu Wang Liu J2011
2010 Benoît Castrec, Sébastien Laurent, Ghislaine Henneke, Didier Flament, Jean-Paul Raffin Castrec B2010
2002 Jacques Dietrich, Philippe Schmitt, Montserrat Zieger, Brigitte Preve, Jean-Luc Rolland, Hassan Chaabihi, Yannick Gueguen Dietrich J2002 Cloned or native,Tagged,Full length or truncated,Specific Activity,3-5' exo,5-3' exo,Molecular Weight,Overall Error Rate,All properties
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