Ath pol eta

From Arabidopsis thaliana (aliases:Arabidopsis pol eta)
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This page presents all the information in Polbase for Ath pol eta.


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Ath pol eta is a family Y enzyme from Arabidopsis thaliana.

Selected Properties for Ath pol eta:

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
2008 Heather J Anderson, Edward J Vonarx, Landon Pastushok, Mayu Nakagawa, Atsushi Katafuchi, Petr Grúz, Antonio Di Rubbo, Desma M Grice, Megan J Osmond, Ayako N Sakamoto, Takehiko Nohmi, Wei Xiao, Bernard A Kunz Arabidopsis thaliana Y-family DNA pol... Cloned or native,Tagged,Tag Name,Full length or truncated,Nick Extension,Strand Displacement,Gap fill,Incorporation of non-standard nucleotides,Template lesions,All properties
2008 Peter D Hoffman, Marc J Curtis, Shigenori Iwai, John B Hays Biochemical evolution of DNA polymera...

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