Mouse Pol zeta

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Mouse Pol zeta is a family B enzyme from Mus musculus.

Selected Properties for Mouse Pol zeta:

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
2013 Sabine S Lange, Ella Bedford, Shelley Reh, John P Wittschieben, Steve Carbajal, Donna F Kusewitt, John DiGiovanni, Richard D Wood Dual role for mammalian DNA polymeras...
2012 Janssen Daly, Katarzyna Bebenek, Danielle L Watt, Kathleen Richter, Chuancang Jiang, Ming-Lang Zhao, Madhumita Ray, William Glenn McGregor, Thomas A Kunkel, Marilyn Diaz Altered Ig Hypermutation Pattern and ...
2012 Huseyin Saribasak, Robert W Maul, Zheng Cao, William W Yang, Dominik Schenten, Sven Kracker, Patricia J Gearhart DNA polymerase ΞΆ generates tandem mut...

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