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The structural diversity of C-rich DNA aggregates: unusual self-assembly of beetle-like nanostructures

The structural diversity of C-rich DNA aggregates: unusual self-assembly of beetle-like nanostructures
D. V. Klinov, G. E. Pozmogova, A. M. Varizhuk, V. B. Tsvetkov, N. A. Barinov, V. V. Podgorsky, A. D. Protopopova
We report on the ability of oligonucleotides CnT25 to form multimers with an i-motif core and protruding T-tracts, which can be used as carriers of multiple functional groups.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CP/~3/MevE0KUgBCE/C7CP05380K

DOI: 2018/CP/C7CP05380K

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