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Reference: The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit., Polymerase: Human pol gamma (exo-)

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Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Tagged Yes
Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Tag Name His
Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Overall Error Rate 0.0062 errors/bp
Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Nucleotide Substitution Rate 4.5E-05 errors/bp
Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Full length or truncated Full length
Human pol gamma (exo-) The fidelity of human DNA polymerase gamma with and without exonucleolytic proofreading and the p55 accessory subunit. Nucleotide incorporation accessory protein(s) p55

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