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antisense DNA


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antisense DNA

antisense DNA

antisense DNA

Antisense properties of tricyclo-DNA

Antisense effects of DNA-peptide conjugates

A native‐like artificial protein from antisense DNA

Current Status of Antisense DNA Methods in Behavioral Studies

Antisense-mediated decrease in DNA ligase III expression results in reduced mitochondrial DNA integrity

Method for phosphorothioate antisense DNA sequencing by capillary electrophoresis with UV detection

Investigation of antisense DNA having C-5 polyamine substituted 2′-deoxyuridine derivative

Properties of circular dumbbell RNA/DNA chimeric oligonucleotides containing antisense phosphodiester oligonucleotides

Photo-regulation of DNA/RNA duplex formation by azobenzene-tethered DNA towards antisense strategy

Crystal structures of DNA:DNA and DNA:RNA duplexes containing 5-(N-aminohexyl)carbamoyl-modified uracils reveal the basis for properties as antigene and antisense molecules

Partial Male Sterility in Transgenic Tobacco Carrying Antisense and Sense PAL cDNA under the Control of a Tapetum-Specific Promoter

Selection of novel mediators of E2F1-induced apoptosis through retroviral expression of an antisense cDNA library

Nuclear antisense effects in cyclophilin A pre‐mRNA splicing by oligonucleotides: a comparison of tricyclo‐DNA with LNA

Effects of Antisense DNA Against the α-Sarcin Stem-Loop Structure of the Ribosomal 23S rRNA

Identification of iron responsive genes by screening cDNA libraries from suppression subtractive hybridization with antisense probes from three iron conditions

Suppression of invasive behavior of melanoma cells by stable expression of anti-sense perlecan cDNA

 

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A single-stranded DNA molecule that can bind to a complementary base sequence in a particular messenger RNA (mRNA) molecule and so prevent synthesis of the protein encoded by the mRNA. Although antisense DNA thus has the potential to block the expression of a particular gene, this is achieved more effectively by short double-stranded RNA molecules (see RNA interference), which are not susceptible to degradation by DNase enzymes. See also antisense RNA.

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