Controlling nucleic acid assembly by small molecule binding Formation of antiparallel dA n dA n duplexes in the presence of coralyne

2005-06-18
Persil Çetinkol, Özgül
Jaın, Swapan
Hud, Nıcholas
The 14th Conversation, (14- 8 Haziran 2005)

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Citation Formats
Ö. Persil Çetinkol, S. Jaın, and N. Hud, “Controlling nucleic acid assembly by small molecule binding Formation of antiparallel dA n dA n duplexes in the presence of coralyne,” presented at the The 14th Conversation, (14- 8 Haziran 2005), Albany, USA, 2005, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/71602.