HIV RT K101Q

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Mutant of: HIV RT (K101Q)

HIV RT K101Q is a family RT enzyme from HIV. "From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:398|codon:AAA>CAA|drugs:DMP-266 "From the Los Alamos National Labs HIV Mutant database (now offline):|id:399|codon:AAA>CAA|drugs:LY-300046 HCl

Selected Properties for HIV RT K101Q:

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
2000 L T Bacheler, E D Anton, P Kudish, D Baker, J Bunville, K Krakowski, L Bolling, M Aujay, X V Wang, D Ellis, M F Becker, A L Lasut, H J George, D R Spalding, G Hollis, K Abremski Bacheler LT2000
1995 Haijiang Zhang, L Vrang, K Bäckbro, P Lind, Christer Sahlberg, Torsten Unge, Bo Oberg Zhang H1995
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