4 edition of Advances in DNA Sequence-specific Agents, Volume 2 (Advances in DNA Sequence-Specific Agents) found in the catalog.
December 1, 1996 by Elsevier Science .
Written in English
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1– () Volume 3. 1– () Volume 2. 3– () View all volumes. Find out more. About the book series. Search in this book series. It is this latter group of DNA sequence specificity interactions that is the subject of Volumes 1 and 2 of Advances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents.
As was the case for Volume 1, Part A also covers methodology, but in Volume 2 we include calorimetric titrations, molecular modeling, X-ray crystallographic and NMR structural studies, and. Advances in DNA Sequence-specific Agents Published: 17th September Editor: B.J. Chapman This series encompasses design, synthesis, application, and analytical methods (including clinical and in vitro) for the study of these critical interactions.
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Advances in DNA Sequence-Specific Agents. Latest volume All volumes. Search in this book series. Edited by Laurence H. Hurley, Jonathan B. Chaires. Volume 2, Pages () Download full volume. Previous volume. Next volume. Actions for selected chapters. Select all / Deselect all. It is this latter group of DNA sequence specificity interactions that is the subject of Volumes 1 and 2 of Advances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents\/IT>.
As was the case for Volume 1, Part A also covers methodology, but in Volume 2 we include calorimetric titrations, molecular modeling, X-ray crystallographic and NMR structural studies, and.
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[Jonathan B Chaires;]. Advances in DNA Sequence specific Agents Book Summary: DNA sequence specificity is a sub-specialty in the general area of molecular recognition.
This area includes macromolecular-molecular interactions (e.g., protein-DNA), oligomer-DNA interacitons (e.g., triple strands), and ligand-DNA interactions (e.g., drug-DNA). Advances in DNA Sequence-specific Agents Advances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents.
Volume 4. Series Edited by Graham B. Jones (Northeastern University). Volume Edited by Brant J. Chapman (Montclair State University). Elsevier: Amsterdam. x + pp. $ ISBN John J. ScoccaAuthor: John J. Scocca. The binding of antibiotics and drugs to DNA is a fast developing area of research with important applications in medicine, particularly the treatment of ce-specific DNA Binding Agents uniquely discusses key aspects of this topic, providing a novel perspective on the n by experts in the field, this book discusses diverse modes of binding of antibiotics and drugs to Pages: Advances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents, Volume 3.
Series edited by Graham B. Jones (Clemson University). Volume Edited by Manlio Palumbo (University of Padova). JAI Press Inc.: Greenwich, CT. ix + pp. $ ISBN This book is the third volume in a series titled AdVances in DNA Sequence Specific Agents.
Volume 4 describes work on the modification of DNA by AT specific anticancer drugs, DNA alkylation events which involve metabolite generation, DNA sequence recognition by two selective binders, bulged DNA microenvironments as molecular targets, DNA sequence specific binding by short peptides and the analysis of DNA-protein interactions using.
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DNA sequencing strategies automated and advanced approaches, Wilhelm Ansorge, Hartmut Voss, JÐ“Ñ˜rgen Zimmermann,Medical, pages. This outstanding lab bench reference to the.
In particular, those based on hybridization are very effective on sequence-specific DNA detection. In this context, electrochemical detection of DNA hybridization events offers innovative routes.
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Nature volumewhich led to the view of DNA as the ‘book of life’. Propagation of Polycomb-repressed chromatin requires sequence-specific recruitment to DNA.
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The ability of cells to respond to DNA damage and replication stress response is critical for cellular survival. The evidence indicates that DNA damage and replication stress response are a cascade signal transductional process, which consists of multiple interconnected pathways through which sense damage or replication stress, transduce the damage signals, and trigger cellular responses Author: Haiying Wang, Ping Shen, Wei-Guo Zhu.
Molecular Aspects of Anticancer Drug - DNA Interactions aims to be a definitive work in the cancer chemotherapy area replacing the editors previous book on anti-cancer drug design which though still widely quoted as the standard book in the field has now become rather out of date.
the DNA bases or backbone can also improve biological stability and increase sensitivity. Written by leaders in the field, this volume describes the preparation and application of these DNA-conjugates. Several have been used as biological sensors (aptamers, riboswitches and nanostructures).
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The development of widescale analysis techniques applied to the study of epigenome revealed that DNA methylation in individuals’ changes over time and also sequence-specific DNA methylation patterns dynamically change during the lifespan and are characteristic and Author: Andrea Fuso.
Recent advances in genome editing make it possible to alter precisely DNA sequences in living cells, providing unprecedented control over the genetic material of plants and animals. This volume provides a comprehensive explanation of genome editing technology and research with a focus on general principles and animals, and also a chapter Cited by: 2.
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Natural DNA replication is designed to copy the entire genome, and initiates at one or more origin sites. Primers are constructed during replication, not before, and do not consist of a few specific sequences. PCR targets specific regions of a DNA sample using sequence-specific primers.
() Scientists sound alarm over DNA editing of human embryos: Experts call for halt in research to work out safety and ethics issues. Nature News. doi: /natureCited by: 3. We present a novel method for fabricating unimole cular double-stranded DNA microarrays on solid surfaces, which were used to probe sequence-specific DNA/protein interactions.
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In their Communication on page ff., E. Weinhold, S. Weiss, Y. Ebenstein, and co‐workers show that the location of RNA polymerases that are bound to DNA can be visualized as a linear optical barcode, which allows structural variations in genomic DNA to be.
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