Eco Pol I - large fragment

From E. coli
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Eco Pol I - large fragment is a family B enzyme from E. coli.

Selected Properties for Eco Pol I - large fragment:

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
2010 Kei-ichi Takata, Mercedes E Arana, Masayuki Seki, Thomas A Kunkel, Richard D Wood Evolutionary conservation of residues...
2010 Felix Olasagasti, Kate R Lieberman, Seico Benner, Gerald M Cherf, Joseph M Dahl, David W Deamer, Mark Akeson Replication of individual DNA molecul...
2009 Nicholas Hurt, Hongyun Wang, Mark Akeson, Kate R Lieberman Specific nucleotide binding and rebin...
2009 Brett Gyarfas, Felix Olasagasti, Seico Benner, Daniel R Garalde, Kate R Lieberman, Mark Akeson Mapping the position of DNA polymeras...
2009 Noah A Wilson, Robin Abu-Shumays, Brett Gyarfas, Hongyun Wang, Kate R Lieberman, Mark Akeson, William B Dunbar Electronic control of DNA polymerase ...
2007 Seico Benner, Roger J A Chen, Noah A Wilson, Robin Abu-Shumays, Nicholas Hurt, Kate R Lieberman, David W Deamer, William B Dunbar, Mark Akeson Sequence-specific detection of indivi...

Digestion of: Eco Pol I with

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