Mouse Pol beta

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This page presents all the information in Polbase for Mouse Pol beta.


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Mouse Pol beta is a family X enzyme from Mus musculus.

Selected Properties for Mouse Pol beta:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
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Year Authors Title Results by property
2013 Meng Xu, Jonathan Gabison, Yuan Liu Trinucleotide repeat deletion via a u...
2011 Yanhao Lai, Wei Zhao, Chen Chen, Mei Wu, Zhenzhong Zhang Role of DNA polymerase beta in the ge...
2011 Shukun Liu, Yanhao Lai, Wei Zhao, Mei Wu, Zhenzhong Zhang Links between DNA polymerase beta exp...
2010 Elena Jelezcova, Ram N Trivedi, Xiao-Hong Wang, Jiang-bo Tang, Ashley R Brown, Eva M Goellner, S Schamus, JL Fornsaglio, Robert W Sobol Parp1 activation in mouse embryonic f...
2010 Chen Chen, Yanhao Lai, Mei Wu, Zhenzhong Zhang [Effects of DNA polymerase beta on ce...
2007 Melanie F Brown, Jeffrey A Stuart Correlation of mitochondrial superoxi...

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