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The Transmission of the Electronic Character of Guanin-9-yl Drives the Sugar-Phosphate Backbone Torsions in Guanosine 3',5'-Bisphosphate.
- Acharya, Trifonova, Thibaudeau, Földesi, Chattopadhyaya
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Angewandte Chemie
- 16 December 1999
The intrinsic flexibility of the pentoses in RNA allows dynamic transmission of information on the electronic character of the nucleobase to modulate the sugar conformation by an interplay of gauche… Expand
DNA molecular cousin of Schrödinger's cat: A curious example of quantum measurement.
It is argued that ultraviolet absorption by a DNA molecule (which gets biochemically attached to nearby photolyase enzyme so that the effect of uv absorption becomes macroscopically discernible)… Expand
Heavy fragment emission in alpha-induced reactions on aluminum at 60 MeV.
- Bhattacharya, Basu, +9 authors Bhowmik
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review. C, Nuclear physics
- 1 September 1991
It is found that the exit-channel deformation plays a significant role in the estimation of the Coulomb barrier of the separating nuclei. Expand
PROVE THE ROLE OF STEREOELECTRONICS AS ONE OF THE MAJOR FORCES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SELF-ASSEMBLY OF DNA AND RNA
Three independent sets of experimental evidences are presented here that unequivocally prove the importance of stereoelectronics as one of the major forces, along with stacking, hydrogen-bonding and… Expand