DNA replication by bacteriophage T4 proteins: role of the DNA-delay gene 61 in the chain-initiation reaction.

Polymerases:

T4

Topics:

Kinetic Parameters, Accessory Proteins/Complexes, Nucleotide Incorporation

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Characterized two reactions catalyzed by the T4 proteins: strand-displacement reaction carried out by gp44/62, gp43 (polymerase) and gp32; and the ribonucleotide-dependent reaction on unprimed templates, which also requires gp41 and the T4 initiating activity. Product of gene 61 is required for expression of this initiating activity.

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