T4 D112AE114A/L412M

From bacteriophage T4 (aliases:T4 L412M/exo-)
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Mutant of: T4 (D112A,E114A,L412M)

T4 D112AE114A/L412M is a family B enzyme from bacteriophage T4.

Selected Properties for T4 D112AE114A/L412M:

3'-5' exo activity 5'-3' exo activity Frameshift Rate Substitution Rate General Error Rate
no data no data no data no data no data
Year Authors Title Results by property
2008 Linda J Reha-Krantz Reha-Krantz LJ2008
2006 Chithra Hariharan, Linda B Bloom, Sandra A Helquist, Eric T Kool, Linda J Reha-Krantz Hariharan C2006
2006 Sergei A Aksyonov, Michael Bittner, Linda B Bloom, Linda J Reha-Krantz, Ian R Gould, Mark A Hayes, Urban A Kiernan, Eric E Niederkofler, Vincent Pizziconi, Raul S Rivera, Daniel J B Williams, Peter Williams Aksyonov SA2006 Application name,All properties
2005 Chithra Hariharan, Linda J Reha-Krantz Hariharan C2005
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