Medical Definition of DNA polymerase i

1. DNA Polymerase I is an enzyme that aids in DNA replication. It has the following 3 functions: 1. Polymerizes in the 5(r) to 3(r) direction on single-stranded template. 2. Degrades single or double-stranded DNA from a free 3(r)-OH end, and 3. Degrades double-stranded DNA from a free 5(r) end. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of DNA Polymerase I

DNA markers
DNA melting
DNA methylation
DNA microarray
DNA microarrays
DNA modification
DNA modification methylases
DNA mutational analysis
DNA nucleotidylexotransferase
DNA nucleotidyltransferases
DNA photolyase
DNA polymerase
DNA polymerase II
DNA polymerase III
DNA polymerase beta
DNA polymerase i (current term)
DNA polymerisation
DNA polymorphism
DNA primase
DNA primers
DNA probe
DNA probes
DNA profiling
DNA puff
DNA rearrangement
DNA renaturation
DNA repair
DNA repair gene
DNA repair pathway
DNA replicase

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