exonuclease III

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exonuclease III

exonuclease III

Abasic site recognition mechanism by the Escherichia coli exonuclease III

Nucleoside alpha-thiotriphosphates, polymerases and the exonuclease III analysis of oligonucleotides containing phosphorothioate linkages

Escherichia coli exonuclease III enhances long PCR amplification of damaged DNA templates

Mutational analysis of the 3′→5′ proofreading exonuclease of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III

Exonuclease III protection assay with FRET probe for detecting DNA-binding proteins

Involvement of Escherichia coli exonuclease III and endonuclease IV in the repair of singlet oxygen-induced DNA damage

Role of the tryptophan residue in the vicinity of the catalytic center of exonuclease III family AP endonucleases: AP site recognition mechanism

Specialization of an Exonuclease III family enzyme in the repair of 3′ DNA lesions during base excision repair in the human pathogen Neisseria meningitidis

Cleavage of Single- and Double-Stranded DNAs Containing an Abasic Residue by Escherichia Coli Exonuclease III (AP Endonuclease VI)

Endonuclease IV and Exonuclease III are involved in the repair and mutagenesis of DNA lesions induced by UVB in Escherichia coli

The proofreading exonuclease subunit ε of Escherichia coli DNA polymerase III is tethered to the polymerase subunit α via a flexible linker

Straightforward detection of SNPs in double‐stranded DNA by using exonuclease III/nuclease S1/PNA system

High-throughput SNP genotyping by combining exonuclease III, nuclease S1, and acridine-bearing PNA

Proofreading exonuclease on a tether: the complex between the E. coli DNA polymerase III subunits α, ε, θ and β reveals a highly flexible arrangement of the proofreading domain

Differential cleavage of oligonucleotides containing the benzene-derived adduct, 1,N6-benzetheno-dA, by the major human AP endonuclease HAP1 and Escherichia coli exonuclease III and endonuclease IV.


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An enzyme from E. coli that attacks the DNA duplex at the 3′ end on each strand; used together with S1 nuclease (q.v.) to create deletions in cloned DNA molecules. Compare with Bal 31 exonuclease.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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