Recognition of Guanine Structure in Nucleic Acids by Nickel Complexes

@inproceedings{Steven2001RecognitionOG,
  title={Recognition of Guanine Structure in Nucleic Acids by Nickel Complexes},
  author={Elke Steven},
  year={2001}
}
Structure determines function. So saith the central dogma of biological chemistry. How then does one determine structure? For proteins and nucleic acids, the primary structure, or linear order of monomers comprising the polymer, is routinely obtained by modern sequencing methods. The secondary structure of helices and loops can be predicted to a certain extent by examination aided by computer programs. However, the key information, that of the tertiary folded structure of the biopolymer… CONTINUE READING
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