Dme Pol delta

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

Selected Properties for Dme Pol delta:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Yes (1) No (1) no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
1999 Masahiko Oshige, N Aoyagi, P V Harris, K C Burtis, Kengo Sakaguchi Oshige M1999
1995 C S Chiang, I. Robert Lehman Chiang CS1995
1994 N Aoyagi, S Matsuoka, A Furunobu, Akio Matsukage, Kengo Sakaguchi Aoyagi N1994 Cloned or native,Full length or truncated,Isoelectric Point,3-5' exo,5-3' exo,Molecular Weight,All properties
1993 C S Chiang, P G Mitsis, I. Robert Lehman Chiang CS1993
1992 V M Peck, E W Gerner, A E Cress Peck VM1992
1990 Kazufumi Kuroda, R Kagiyama-Takahashi, T Shinomiya Kuroda K1990
1988 M E Reyland, I. Robert Lehman, Lawrence A Loeb Reyland ME1988
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DNA sequence:
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