The euryarchaeotes, a subdomain of Archaea, survive on a single DNA polymerase: fact or farce?

@article{Ishino1998TheEA,
  title={The euryarchaeotes, a subdomain of Archaea, survive on a single DNA polymerase: fact or farce?},
  author={Yoshizumi Ishino and Isaac K.O Cann},
  journal={Genes & genetic systems},
  year={1998},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={323-36}
}
Archaea is now recognized as the third domain of life. Since their discovery, much effort has been directed towards understanding the molecular biology and biochemistry of Archaea. The objective is to comprehend the complete structure and the depth of the phylogenetic tree of life. DNA replication is one of the most important events in living organisms and DNA polymerase is the key enzyme in the molecular machinery which drives the process. All archaeal DNA polymerases were thought to belong to… CONTINUE READING

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