Mouse pol alpha

From Mus musculus (aliases:Mmu pol alpha)
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Mouse pol alpha is a family B enzyme from Mus musculus.

Selected Properties for Mouse pol alpha:

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
2009 Christian S Eichinger, Takeshi Mizuno, Keiko Mizuno, Yasuyuki Miyake, Ken-ichiro Yanagi, Naoko Imamoto, Fumio Hanaoka Eichinger CS2009
1999 Takeshi Mizuno, K Yamagishi, Hiroshi Miyazawa, Fumio Hanaoka Mizuno T1999
1998 Takeshi Mizuno, Nobutoshi Ito, Masayuki Yokoi, Atsushi Kobayashi, Katsuyuki Tamai, Hiroshi Miyazawa, Fumio Hanaoka Mizuno T1998
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