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Welcome to the Polymerase Page

This page presents all the information in Polbase for SsoDpo1.


At the top of the page you'll find a map of all positions of known mutants. Text links to mutants and digestion products are listed in the Mutants section.


If available, a representative structure is displayed at the upper right. All known structures are listed in the Structures section.

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Polbase polymerases are linked to UniProt and Genbank where possible. The UniProt search link directs you to a pre-constructed UniProt search containing relevant terms.


All references that refer to this Polymerase are listed with their topics and paper's title in the References table.


All the results for this polymerase can be examined by following the "Results" link at the bottom of the page.

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SsoDpo1 is a family B enzyme from S. solfataricus.

Selected Properties for SsoDpo1:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
Yes (1) no data no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
2013 Leena Maddukuri, Sarah C Shuck, Robert Lawton Eoff, Linlin Zhao, Carmelo J Rizzo, F Peter Guengerich, Lawrence J Marnett Replication, Repair and Translesion P... Template lesions,All properties
2011 Zhongfeng Zuo, Hsiang-Kai Lin, Michael A Trakselis Strand annealing and terminal transfe... Cloned or native,Tagged,Full length or truncated,Terminal Transferase,3-5' exo,Maximum Product Length,Molecular Weight,All properties
2009 Andrey L Mikheikin, Hsiang-Kai Lin, Preeti Mehta, Linda Jen-Jacobson, Michael A Trakselis A trimeric DNA polymerase complex inc... Cloned or native,Full length or truncated,Processivity,Kd,Molecular Weight,Vmax,All properties
Protein sequence:

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