DNA polymerase I is an enzyme that plays a role in the process of DNA replication, according to the biochemical research firm Worthington Biochemical Corporation. DNA polymerase I is abundant, and its task is to fill spa... More »

The function of DNA polymerase is to replicate, proofread and repair DNA. Several DNA polymerases exist, but DNA polymerase I, or Pol I, and DNA polymerase III, or Pol III, are the main ones involved in DNA replication. More »

DNA Polymerases are a group of enzymes used by the body to replicate DNA molecules to make new double-stranded DNA. These enzymes assemble the necessary nucleotides, helping them pair up to create new DNA. More »

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The process of DNA replication takes one parental DNA molecule and creates two daughter DNA molecules. This process occurs in the nucleus of the cell and occurs during the cell cycle in eukaryotic cells. More »

During DNA replication, two strands of DNA separate, and each separate strand forms a template to make a new strand. The replication process results in the formation of two identical molecules, containing one strand from... More »

RNA synthesis is performed by an enzyme called RNA polymerase. Synthesis begins when the RNA polymerase approaches the promoter gene, produces a single-stranded DNA template, and starts to move along the strand of DNA to... More »

Taq polymerase is an enzyme that is used by scientists in the polymerase chain reaction because it is stable at high temperatures. It is the polymerase used by a bacteria, Thermus auquatics, which lives in hot springs, More »