prospec

Polymerase

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  • Quantity
  • PARP1 Human
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  • Poly (ADP-Ribose) Polymerase 1 Human Recombinant
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  • PARP2 Human
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  • Poly (ADP-Ribose) Polymerase 2 Human Recombinant
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  • POLL Human
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  • Polymerase (DNA directed), Lambda Human Recombinant
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  • POLR2D Human
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  • Polymerase II Polypeptide D Human Recombinant
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  • POLR2E Human
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  • Polymerase II Polypeptide E Human Recombinant
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  • POLR2F Human
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  • Polymerase II Polypeptide F Human Recombinant
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  • POLR2I Human
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  • Polymerase II Polypeptide I Human Recombinant
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  • POLR2J2 Human
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  • Polymerase II Polypeptide J2 Human Recombinant
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  • POLR3F Human
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  • Polymerase III Polypeptide F Human Recombinant
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  • POLR3K Human
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  • Polymerase III Polypeptide K Human Recombinant
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  • REV1 Human
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  • REV1 Polymerase Human Recombinant
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  • TAF10 Human
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  • TAF10 RNA Polymerase II Human Recombinant
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  • TAF9 Human
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  • TAF9 Recombinant Human
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About Polymerase:

The polymerase is known as an enzyme. It is responsible for the synthesis of long chains of nucleic acids as well as polymers. RNA polymerase and DNA polymerase are used to assemble both the RNA and DNA molecules. This achieved through the copy of a DNA template that will typically use the template string through both half ladder replication by DNA or base-pairing interactions.
It is actually related to one of the most important techniques of molecular biology through the polymerase chain reaction. This is accomplished through the use of DNA polymerase which is derived from the thermophilic bacterium.

Polymerase Mechanism and Function
A key fact to consider is that the primary function of DNA polymerases is to replicate genomic DNA. After the DNA has been effectively and accurately duplicated, it’s then possible for each cell to be divided with the daughter cell by receiving the full code for the particular organism.
Polymerase is part of the process of the DNA repair function work by the replacement of any damaged DNA. This is removed and a brand new synthesized strand is put in the place which then effectively fixes the defect. This does place an important part in DNA excision repair. This is due to the fact that single stands that have been left within the DNA are then filled in.

Polymerase Interaction
The polymerases which are responsible for this type of interaction are incredibly complex and essentially multiprotein machines. They are able to complete the process at rapid speed with an increased level of fidelity and processivity.
One example of a potential interaction like this would be E.Coli. During this time, the process is completed by DNA polymerase at about 750 nucleotides for every second. This can cause the DNA strands to extend for several thousand different nucleotides. This occurs without the dissociation from the actual template.
There are actually several protein accessories connected to the DNA polymerase. These are used to make up the holoenzyme particle and are necessary for the accurate and rapid DNA replication we are referring to here.
Holoenzyme particles will contain two copies for the polymerase. These work together which leads to the DNA synthesis lagging strand being created. It’s worth noting that each of the polymerases is typically associated with a particular ring-shaped protein. This clamp is based around the DNA and can tether to the polymerase through to the duplex. This means that thousands of nucleotides can be replicated at the same time.

Polymerase Structure
It is important to note that the original DNA polymerase is shared with the viral single-subunit RNA polymerases as well as reverse transcriptase and replicates. They have also had a particular conserved palm domain.
These are also used to form an unrelated group through subunit RNA polymerase. Interestingly, the premises are far more complex when viewing their structure and story. These are related to mitochondrial and topoisomerase domains in which eukaryotic premises forms are found from an unrelated family. This is potentially related or connected to the polymerase palm. They are all associated with the same particular collection of helicases.