Two active forms of RD-114 virus DNA polymerase in infected cells.

Abstract

Two forms of DNA polymerase are present in RD-114-infected human, dog, and mink cells, but are not detectable in uninfected cells. The two enzymes are indistinguishable catalytically and immunologically, but differ with respect to molecular weight and elution position from (dT)12-18-cellulose and phosphocellulose. The large enzyme (equivalent 95,000 daltons… (More)

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@article{Gerwin1975TwoAF, title={Two active forms of RD-114 virus DNA polymerase in infected cells.}, author={Brenda I. Gerwin and S G Smith and Paul T Peebles}, journal={Cell}, year={1975}, volume={6 1}, pages={45-52} }