Sce Pol II*

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Sce Pol II* is an enzyme of unknown family from S. cerevisiea.

Selected Properties for Sce Pol II*:

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
2005 Katarzyna Bebenek, Miguel Garcia-Diaz, Steven R Patishall, Thomas A Kunkel Bebenek K2005
1995 J P Hu, S Vanderstraeten, Fran├žoise Foury Hu JP1995
1994 S Sen, S Mukhopadhyay, J Wetzel, T K Biswas Sen S1994
1994 S H Leem, P A Ropp, Akio Sugino Leem SH1994
1993 A Morrison, Akio Sugino Morrison A1993
1990 Robert K Hamatake, H Hasegawa, Alan B Clark, Katarzyna Bebenek, Thomas A Kunkel, Akio Sugino Hamatake RK1990 Specific Activity,Processivity,3-5' exo,5-3' exo,KM,Molecular Weight,All properties
1989 Martin E Budd, K C Sitney, Judith L Campbell Budd ME1989
1984 E Tsuchiya, K Kimura, T Miyakawa, S Fukui Tsuchiya E1984
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