Mtu PolDom

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Mtu PolDom is an enzyme of unknown family from Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Selected Properties for Mtu PolDom:

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
2013 Nigel C Brissett, Maria Jose Martin, Edward J Bartlett, Julie Bianchi, Luis Blanco, Aidan J Doherty Brissett NC2013
2011 Nigel C Brissett, Maria Jose Martin, Robert S Pitcher, Julie Bianchi, Raquel Juarez, Andrew J Green, Gavin C Fox, Luis Blanco, Aidan J Doherty Brissett NC2011
2007 Robert S Pitcher, Nigel C Brissett, Angel J Picher, Paula Andrade, Raquel Juarez, Darren Thompson, Gavin C Fox, Luis Blanco, Aidan J Doherty Pitcher RS2007 Terminal Transferase,Polymerase Catalytic Residue Amino Acids,All properties
Name 3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Mtu PolDom R53A
Mtu PolDom F63A
Mtu PolDom F64A
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