Mouse Pol eta

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Mouse Pol eta is a family Y enzyme from Mus musculus.

Selected Properties for Mouse Pol eta:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
No (1) no data no data 2.2e-02 errors/bp (1) no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
2012 Chie Kano, Fumio Hanaoka, Ji-Yang Wang Analysis of mice deficient in both RE...
2012 Huseyin Saribasak, Robert W Maul, Zheng Cao, William W Yang, Dominik Schenten, Sven Kracker, Patricia J Gearhart DNA polymerase ΞΆ generates tandem mut...
2012 Alden C Klarer, L Jay Stallons, Tom J Burke, Robert L Skaggs, W Glenn McGregor DNA polymerase eta participates in th...
2012 V Brabec, J Malina, N Margiotta, G Natile, J Kasparkova Thermodynamic and mechanistic insight...
2002 Youri I Pavlov, Igor B Rogozin, Alexey P Galkin, Anna Y Aksenova, Fumio Hanaoka, Christina Rada, Thomas A Kunkel Correlation of somatic hypermutation ...
2001 Toshiro Matsuda, Katarzyna Bebenek, Chikahide Masutani, Igor B Rogozin, Fumio Hanaoka, Thomas A Kunkel Error rate and specificity of human a... Cloned or native,Tagged,Tag Name,Full length or truncated,Gap fill,3-5' exo,Nucleotide Substitution Rate,All properties

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