Engineering preferences of hairpin PNA binding to complementary DNA: effect of N7G in aeg/aep PNA backbone.
- Published Article
Nucleosides, nucleotides & nucleic acids
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2001
AegPNA and aepPNA monomeric units bearing the N7-guanine nucleobase as a substitute for C+ have been demonstrated to bind to a GC base-pair of a duplex in a pH-independent manner when placed in the third strand. The aepPNA backbone exerts a preference for binding in the antiparallel Hoogsteen mode over the parallel Hoogsteen mode.
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