Duplex and hairpin dimer structures for perylene diimide-oligonucleotide conjugates.

Abstract

Perylene diimide-oligonucleotide conjugates can form either duplex or hairpin dimer structures, depending upon the choice of oligonucleotide base sequence; we have used a combination of optical spectroscopy and molecular modeling to investigate the structures of the duplex and hairpin dimer. 

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@article{Zheng2005DuplexAH, title={Duplex and hairpin dimer structures for perylene diimide-oligonucleotide conjugates.}, author={Yan Zheng and Hai Long and George C Schatz and Frederick D. Lewis}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2005}, volume={38}, pages={4795-7} }