FTIR study of a nonclassical dT10*dA10-dT10 intramolecular triple helix.

@article{Dagneaux1995FTIRSO,
  title={FTIR study of a nonclassical dT10*dA10-dT10 intramolecular triple helix.},
  author={C. Dagneaux and Jean Liquier and E. Taillandier},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1995},
  volume={34 45},
  pages={
          14815-8
        }
}
Many early investigations on triple helices have been devoted to the study of the triplex formed by dT*dA-dT base triplets in which the third strand is oriented parallel to the dA strand. We now describe an intramolecular triple helix with dT*dA-dT base triplets in which the pyrimidine third strand is oriented antiparallel, formed by folding back twice the tridecamer dT10-linker-dA10-linker-dT10 (linker = pO(CH2CH2O)3p). Third-strand base pairing to the target strand, sugar conformation, and… 

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