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Reference: Functional characterization of highly processive protein-primed DNA polymerases from phages Nf and GA-1, endowed with a potent strand displacement capacity., Polymerase: GA-1

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GA-1 Functional characterization of highly processive protein-primed DNA polymerases from phages Nf and GA-1, endowed with a potent strand displacement capacity. 3-5' Exonuclease (proofreading) Yes
GA-1 Functional characterization of highly processive protein-primed DNA polymerases from phages Nf and GA-1, endowed with a potent strand displacement capacity. Cloned or native Native organism
GA-1 Functional characterization of highly processive protein-primed DNA polymerases from phages Nf and GA-1, endowed with a potent strand displacement capacity. Full length or truncated Full length
GA-1 Functional characterization of highly processive protein-primed DNA polymerases from phages Nf and GA-1, endowed with a potent strand displacement capacity. kcat 2260 /minute Reaction: Nucleotide incorporation; Substrate: dNTPs

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