David Puyraimond-Zemmour

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DNA complementarity is expressed by way of three hydrogen bonds for a G:C base pair and two for A:T. As a result, careful control of the denaturation temperature of PCR allows selective amplification of AT-rich alleles. Yet for the same reason, the converse is not possible, selective amplification of GC-rich alleles. Inosine (I) hydrogen bonds to cytosine(More)
  • Frederic Bouloy, Jean-Pierre Tangy, Simon Vartanian, Rodolphe Wain-Hobson, Myrtille Suspène, Michel Renard +14 others
  • 2008
Email and RSS alerting Sign up for email alerts, and subscribe to this journal's RSS feeds at http://nar.oxfordjournals.org image downloads PowerPoint® Images from this journal can be downloaded with one click as a PowerPoint slide. ABSTRACT DNA complementarity is expressed by way of three hydrogen bonds for a G:C base pair and two for A:T. As a result,(More)
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