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Results for property: Strand Displacement

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Polymerase Kingdom Family Reference Result Context
MMuLV RT Virus/Phage RT Whiting SH1994 Yes
T7 (purified without EDTA) Virus/Phage A Engler MJ1983 Yes
phi29 R438K Virus/Phage B Méndez J1994 Yes
phi29 A437G Virus/Phage B Méndez J1994 Yes
AcNPV Virus/Phage B McDougal VV1999 Yes
Human Pol beta Eukaryote X Yamtich J2010 Yes
Vent Archaeon B Viguera E2001 Yes
Bst Eubacterium A Viguera E2001 Yes
Tfu Archaeon ? Viguera E2001 Yes
Pyra exo- Archaeon ? Viguera E2001 No
Human Pol nu Eukaryote A Takata K2006 Yes
Pfu Archaeon B Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
Vent Archaeon B Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
PGBD Pol I Archaeon B Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
9egN Archaeon B Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
Taq pol I Eubacterium A Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
Bst LF Eubacterium A Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
Klenow fragment Eubacterium A Hogrefe HH2001 Yes
Eco Pol I - Small Fragment Eubacterium Non Pol Xu Y2000 Unspecified
Ath pol eta Eukaryote Y Anderson HJ2008 Unspecified
T4 Virus/Phage B Goulian M1968 No
Sce pol gamma Eukaryote A Viikov K2011 Yes
T7 Virus/Phage A Viikov K2011 No
Eco Pol I Eubacterium A Kelly RB1970 Yes
Eco Pol III Eubacterium C Dohrmann PR2011 Yes
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