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Results for property: Polymerase Catalytic Residue Amino Acids

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Polymerase Kingdom Family Reference Result Context
Dpo4 Archaeon Y Ling H2001 D7, D105, E106
9egN D141A/D143A Archaeon B Rodriguez AC2000 D404,D542 (invariant) and D540 (not essential)
Bsu Pol X Eubacterium X BaƱos B2008 D193, D195, D240
ASFV pol X Virus/Phage X Oliveros M1997 Asp49,Asp51,Asp100
Bst LF Eubacterium A Kiefer JR1998 Asp653,Asp830,Glu831
Klenow fragment Eubacterium A Kiefer JR1998 Asp705, Asp882, and Glu883
Human Pol gamma Eukaryote A Lee YS2009 D890,D1135
ASFV pol X Virus/Phage X Showalter AK2001 Asp 49, 51 and 100
Mtu PolDom Eubacterium ? Pitcher RS2007 Asp137 and Asp139
Sso PolB-1 Archaeon B Savino C2004 Asp655, Thr656, Asp657
HIV RT Virus/Phage RT Lansdon EB2010 D110, D185, D186
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