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Title: Interference of intrinsic curvature of DNA by DNA-intercalating agents
Authors: Tan, Hong Kee
Li, Dawei
Gray, Robert Kenneth
Yang, Zhaoqi
Ng, Magdeline Tao Tao
Zhang, Hao
Tan, Joel Ming Rui
Hiew, Shu Hui
Lee, Jasmine Yiqin
Li, Tianhu
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Tan, H. K., Li, D., Gray, R. K., Yang, Z., Ng, M. T. T., Zhang, H., et al. (2012). Interference of intrinsic curvature of DNA by DNA-intercalating agents. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 10(11), 2227-2230.
Series/Report no.: Organic & biomolecular chemistry
Abstract: It has been demonstrated in our studies that the intrinsic curvature of DNA can be easily interrupted by low concentrations of chloroquine and ethidium bromide. In addition, the changes of DNA curvature caused by varying the concentration of these two DNA intercalators can be readily verified through using an atomic force microscope.
DOI: 10.1039/c2ob06811g
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