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During the past 8 years, two complementary nmr techniques—magnetic relaxation dispersion and nuclear Overhauser effect spectroscopy—have been applied extensively to the study of water and monovalent ions in the minor groove of B‐DNA oligonucleotides in solution. In this review, the...
We have determined single crystal structures of an A‐DNA decamer and a B‐DNA dodecamer at 0.83 and 0.95 Å, respectively. The resolution of the former is the highest reported thus far for any right‐handed nucleic acid duplex and the quality of the diffraction data allowed determination of...
Volumetric studies can yield useful new information on a myriad of intra‐ and intermolecular interactions that stabilize nucleic acid structures. In particular, appropriately designed volumetric measurements can characterize the conformation‐dependent hydration properties of nucleic acids as...
In comparison to other biomolecules, the effect of hydrostatic pressure on the conformational stability of DNA and RNA has received scant attention. However, the increasing interest in the hydration of biological molecules has resulted in a concomitant increase in the number of investigations of...
Recent results from molecular dynamics (MD) simulations on hydration of DNA with respect to conformation are reviewed and compared with experimental data. MD simulations of explicit solvent around DNA can now give a detailed model of DNA that not only matches well with the experimental data but...
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