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Reference: Wang CX2004, Polymerase: RB69

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Polymerase Reference Property Result Context
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 24 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover (Substrate: 3'-tailed duplex all-oxygen substrate)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 8.1 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover ; Experimental conditions: pH (pH 8.5)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 7.7 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover ; Experimental conditions: pH (pH 8)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 6.6 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover ; Experimental conditions: pH (pH 7.5)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 5 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover ; Experimental conditions: pH (pH 7)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 3 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover ; Experimental conditions: pH (pH 6.5)
RB69 Wang CX2004 kcat 17 /second Reaction: 3-5' Exonuclease; Substrate: DNA template; Technique: Single Turnover (Substrat: 3'-tailed duplex phosphorothioate)

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