Xla Pol delta

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Xla Pol delta is a family B enzyme from Xenopus laevis.

Selected Properties for Xla Pol delta:

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
1998 S Reichenberger, P Pfeiffer Reichenberger S1998
1996 V S Mikhailov, Daniel F Bogenhagen Mikhailov VS1996
1995 Kevin G Pinz, Shinya Shibutani, Daniel F Bogenhagen Pinz KG1995
1989 N F Insdorf, Daniel F Bogenhagen Insdorf NF1989
1984 H D Riedel, H König, R Knippers Riedel HD1984
1983 C Smith, K McKune, R Cox, C Ford Smith C1983
1983 H König, H D Riedel, R Knippers König H1983
1982 M Shioda, E M Nelson, M L Bayne, R M Benbow Shioda M1982
1979 P Bazzicalupo Bazzicalupo P1979
1977 P Grippo, G Locorotondo, C Taddei Grippo P1977
1976 M I Baldi, P Bazzicalupo, G P Tocchini-Valentini Baldi MI1976
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