Pho pol D

From Pyrococcus horikoshii (aliases:pol D)
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Pho pol D is a family D enzyme from Pyrococcus horikoshii.

Selected Properties for Pho pol D:

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
2011 Ikuo Matsui, Yuji Urushibata, Yulong Shen, Eriko Matsui, Hideshi Yokoyama Novel structure of an N-terminal doma...
2010 Kazuhiko Yamasaki, Yuji Urushibata, Tomoko Yamasaki, Fumio Arisaka, Ikuo Matsui Solution structure of the N-terminal ...
2004 Yulong Shen, Xiao-Feng Tang, Hideshi Yokoyama, Eriko Matsui, Ikuo Matsui A 21-amino acid peptide from the cyst...
2004 Yulong Shen, X-F Tang, Eriko Matsui, Ikuo Matsui Subunit interaction and regulation of...
2003 Yulong Shen, Xiao-Feng Tang, Ikuo Matsui Subunit interaction and regulation of...
2001 Yulong Shen, K Musti, M Hiramoto, H Kikuchi, Y Kawarabayashi, Ikuo Matsui Invariant Asp-1122 and Asp-1124 are e...
2001 R Zheng, Eriko Matsui, Yulong Shen, K V Musti, Y Feng, S Darnis, Y Kawarabayasi, H Kikuchi, K Harata, Ikuo Matsui The novel function of a short region ...

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