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Polymerase: Human Pol gamma D198AG200A

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Polymerase Reference Property Result Context
Human Pol gamma D198AG200A Human mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ exhibits potential for bypass and mutagenesis at UV-induced cyclobutane thymine dimers. 3-5' Exonuclease (proofreading) No
Human Pol gamma D198AG200A Human mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ exhibits potential for bypass and mutagenesis at UV-induced cyclobutane thymine dimers. Cloned or native Insect cells
Human Pol gamma D198AG200A Human mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ exhibits potential for bypass and mutagenesis at UV-induced cyclobutane thymine dimers. 5-3' Exonuclease Unspecified
Human Pol gamma D198AG200A Human mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ exhibits potential for bypass and mutagenesis at UV-induced cyclobutane thymine dimers. Tagged Yes
Human Pol gamma D198AG200A Human mitochondrial DNA polymerase γ exhibits potential for bypass and mutagenesis at UV-induced cyclobutane thymine dimers. Tag Name HIS

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