Non-Canonical GC Base Pairs and Mechanochemical Cleavage of DNA

30 Dec 2019 Semyonov Denis A. Nechipurenko Yury D.

Properties of non-canonical GC Base Pairs and their relation with mechanochemical cleavage of DNA are analyzed. A hypothesis of the involvement of the Transient GC Wobble Base Pairs in the mechanisms of the mechanochemical cleavage of DNA and epigenetic mechanisms with participation of 5-methylcytosine is proposed... (read more)

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