Surface plasmon resonance for real-time detection of molecular interactions between chromomycin and target DNA sequences.


DNA-binding drugs interfere with the activity of a large variety of transcription factors, leading to an alteration of transcription. This and similar effects could have important practical applications in the experimental therapy of many human pathologies, including neoplastic diseases. The analysis of sequence selectivity of DNA-binding drugs by… (More)


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