Bsu

From Bacillus subtilis (aliases:Bsu (full))
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This page presents all the information in Polbase for Bsu.

Mutants:

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Structures/Sequence:

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References:

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Results:

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Bsu is an enzyme of unknown family from Bacillus subtilis.

Selected Properties for Bsu:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
no consensus no consensus no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
2006 Olaf Piepenburg, Colin H Williams, Derek L Stemple, Niall A Armes Piepenburg O2006
1989 B Sanjanwala, A T Ganesan Sanjanwala B1989 Cloned or native,Tagged,Full length or truncated,3-5' exo,Molecular Weight,All properties
1964 Charles C Richardson, C L SCHILDKRAUT, H V APOSHIAN, Arthur Kornberg Richardson CC1964 3-5' exo,5-3' exo,Percent/Fold Effect,Optimal pH,All properties
1964 T OKAZAKI, Arthur Kornberg OKAZAKI T1964 5-3' exo,Optimal pH,All properties
Protein sequence:
DNA sequence:
Name 3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Bsu (large fragment) No (1) No (1)
All Polymerases | 13 Results

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