Eco Pol I Exonuclease II

From E. coli
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Eco Pol I Exonuclease II is a family Non Pol enzyme from E. coli.

Selected Properties for Eco Pol I Exonuclease II:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Yes (3) no consensus no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
1969 M P Deutscher, Arthur Kornberg Deutscher MP1969 3-5' exo,5-3' exo,Optimal pH,All properties
1964 Charles C Richardson, C L SCHILDKRAUT, H V APOSHIAN, Arthur Kornberg Richardson CC1964 3-5' exo,Optimal pH,All properties
1964 I. Robert Lehman, Charles C Richardson Lehman IR1964 3-5' exo,5-3' exo,All properties
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