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Inventor:
Huh; Yong
Address:
Kunpo-si, KR
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6071734 HBV polymerase, RNase H enzyme derived from HBV polymerase, processes for preparation and uses f June 6, 2000
The present invention relates to hepatitis B virus (hereinafter it refers to HBV) polymerase containing a histidine tag, RNase H enzyme derived from HBV polymerase and processes for preparation thereof. More particularly, the present invention relates to recombinant HBV polymerase, its R
5968781 HBV polymerase processes for preparation and uses for screening antiviral agents thereof October 19, 1999
The present invention relates to hepatitis B virus (hereinafter it refers to HBV) polymerase containing a histidine tag, RNase H enzyme derived from HBV polymerase and processes for preparation thereof.More particularly, the present invention relates to recombinant HBV polymerase, its RN










 
 
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