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Loss of a base in DNA, i.e., creation of an abasic site leaving a deoxyribose residue in the strand, is a frequent lesion that may occur spontaneously, or under the action of radiations and alkylating agents, or enzymatically as an intermediate in the repair of modified or abnormal bases. The...
The factors that determine the binding of a chromophore between the base pairs in DNA intercalation complexes are dissected. The electrostatic potential in the intercalation plane is calculated using an accurate ab initio based distributed multipole electrostatic model for a range of...
Destruction of polyelectrolyte complexes (PECs) formed by DNA and synthetic polyamines of different structures was carried out by addition of low molecular weight electrolyte to PEC solution at different pHs. The dissociation was studied by the fluorescence quenching technique using the ability...
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