Sce Pol eta

From S. cerevisiea (aliases:RSP30, DBH1)
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Sce Pol eta is a family Y enzyme from S. cerevisiea.

Selected Properties for Sce Pol eta:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
no data no data 9.3e-04 errors/bp (1) 9.5e-03 errors/bp (1) no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
2013 Lynne M Dieckman, M Todd Washington Dieckman LM2013
2012 Ashley L Swanson, Jianshuang Wang, Yinsheng Wang Swanson AL2012
2011 Mary Ellen Wiltrout, Graham C Walker Wiltrout ME2011
2011 Amy L Abdulovic, Suzanne E Hile, Thomas A Kunkel, Kristin A Eckert Abdulovic AL2011
2011 Yongxing Ai, Jialiang Wang, Robert E Johnson, Lajos Haracska, Louise Prakash, Zhihao Zhuang Ai Y2011 Other accessory protein(s),All properties
2010 Mark D Sutton Sutton MD2010
2010 Timothy D Silverstein, Rinku Jain, Robert E Johnson, Louise Prakash, Satya Prakash, Aneel K Aggarwal Silverstein TD2010
2010 Jessica A Brown, Likui Zhang, Shanen M Sherrer, John-Stephen Taylor, Peter M J Burgers, Zucai Suo Brown JA2010
2010 Timothy D Silverstein, Robert E Johnson, Rinku Jain, Louise Prakash, Satya Prakash, Aneel K Aggarwal Silverstein TD2010
2010 Thomas Reissner, Sabine Schneider, Stephanie Schorr, Thomas Carell Reissner T2010
2009 Jana E Stone, Grace E Kissling, Scott A Lujan, Igor B Rogozin, Carrie M W Stith, Peter M J Burgers, Thomas A Kunkel Stone JE2009
2008 Scott D McCulloch, Thomas A Kunkel McCulloch SD2008 Frameshift Error Rate,Nucleotide Substitution Rate,All properties
2008 Ritu Pabla, Donald Rozario, Wolfram Siede Pabla R2008
2008 Laureen C Colis, Paromita Raychaudhury, Ashis K Basu Colis LC2008
2007 Aaron Alt, Katja Lammens, Claudia Chiocchini, Alfred Lammens, J Carsten Pieck, David Kuch, Karl-Peter Hopfner, Thomas Carell Alt A2007
2007 Scott D McCulloch, Adam Wood, Parie Garg, Peter M J Burgers, Thomas A Kunkel McCulloch SD2007
2005 Karissa D Carlson, M Todd Washington Carlson KD2005
2005 Katarzyna Bebenek, Miguel Garcia-Diaz, Steven R Patishall, Thomas A Kunkel Bebenek K2005
2005 Peter E M Gibbs, John P McDonald, Roger Woodgate, Christopher W Lawrence Gibbs PE2005
2003 Stanislav G Kozmin, Youri I Pavlov, Thomas A Kunkel, Evelyne Sage Kozmin SG2003
2001 Christine M Kondratick, M Todd Washington, Satya Prakash, Louise Prakash Kondratick CM2001
2000 M Todd Washington, Robert E Johnson, Satya Prakash, Louise Prakash Washington MT2000
1999 M Todd Washington, Robert E Johnson, Satya Prakash, Louise Prakash Washington MT1999 Cloned or native,Full length or truncated,Processivity,All properties
1999 John P McDonald, V Rapić-Otrin, J A Epstein, Bernard C Broughton, X Wang, Alan R Lehmann, D J Wolgemuth, Roger Woodgate McDonald JP1999
1994 S H Leem, P A Ropp, Akio Sugino Leem SH1994
Protein sequence:
DNA sequence:
Name 3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Sce Pol eta D30A
Sce Pol eta E39A
Sce Pol eta E79A
Sce Pol eta D155A
Sce Pol eta E156A
Sce Pol eta D160A
Sce Pol eta D228A
Sce Pol eta D235A
Sce Pol eta D293A
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