DNA polymerases of S. cerevisiae

Gina Alvino alvino at u.washington.edu
Fri Oct 8 19:38:27 EST 1999



In short, there are 5 nuclear and 1 mitochondrial DNA polymerase.
There is a great review in Chromosoma (1998) 107:218-27

Watch out for the proteome site as I have found a number of errors!
(administrators have been notified and are working to resolve it)

Good Luck!

On 8 Oct 1999, Stephen C. McIngvale wrote:

> Hi!
> 
> I am looking for the names and functions of all DNA polymerases found in
> the genome of S. cerevisiae.  If possible, I also need the individual
> sequences of these polymerases.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you.
> 
> Stephen     
> 
> Stephen Christopher McIngvale
> Food Science and Technology
> Mississippi State University	
> Visit my web site!! www2.msstate.edu/~scm2
> 






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