pol genes


pol genes
Genes coding for DNA polymerases of which there are three in E. coli, polA, polB, and polC coding for polymerases I, II, and III respectively. Pol genes in oncogenic retroviruses code for reverse transcriptase.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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