Dme Pol zeta

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Dme Pol zeta is a family B enzyme from Drosophila melanogaster.

Selected Properties for Dme 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
2006 Bo Zhao, Jianhong Wang, Nicholas E Geacintov, Zhengqiang Wang Poleta, Polzeta and Rev1 together are...
2004 Ryo Takeuchi, Masahiko Oshige, Makiyo Uchida, Gen Ishikawa, Kei-ichi Takata, Kaori Shimanouchi, Yoshihiro Kanai, Tatsushi Ruike, Hiroshi Morioka, Kengo Sakaguchi Purification of Drosophila DNA polyme...
2004 Christopher W Lawrence Cellular functions of DNA polymerase ...
2000 John P Wittschieben, M K Shivji, E Lalani, M A Jacobs, Federica Marini, Patricia J Gearhart, I Rosewell, G Stamp, Richard D Wood Disruption of the developmentally reg...
1999 Masahiko Oshige, N Aoyagi, P V Harris, K C Burtis, Kengo Sakaguchi A new DNA polymerase species from Dro...
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