How many exonucleases have been discovered?

Alexander N. Kukushkin kan at mmcd.cyt.ras.spb.ru
Tue Feb 11 12:17:57 EST 1997


>   I'm interested in exonucleases. I'm trying to find out how many have
>   been discovered. I know of the following six, but there are probably
>   more;
>   Venom phosphodiesterase
>   Spleen phosphodiesterase
>   E. coli exonuclease I
>   E. coli exonuclease III
>   E. coli exonuclease VII
>   Phage lambda exonuclease
>   Any clues of more exonucleases? Please provide names of them and
>   references.
>   Thanks in advance!
>   Ludvig Mortberg
>
Nuclease Bal 31 from Alteromonas espejiani exhibits a double strand-specific
exonuclease activity. The details can be found in many catalogues.
Alex




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