Published in Proteomics Weekly, September 21st, 2009
"The mutant enzyme performs only very low levels of strand passage, although it is able to cleave and ligate DNA as well as close the N-terminal clamp. Cleavage is nearly unaffected by ATP and ATP analogues relative to the wild-type enzyme. Although the enzyme is able to close the clamp, the clamp has altered...
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