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base stacking


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base stacking

base stacking

base stacking

Guanine base stacking in G-quadruplex nucleic acids

Base-stacking and base-pairing contributions into thermal stability of the DNA double helix

Towards global earth tomography using the spectral element method: a technique based on source stacking

Free energy analysis and mechanism of base pair stacking in nicked DNA

STAR3D: a stack-based RNA 3D structural alignment tool

Limited-memory BFGS based least-squares pre-stack Kirchhoff depth migration

Parallel multiplex thermodynamic analysis of coaxial base stacking in DNA duplexes by oligodeoxyribonucleotide microchips

Importance of discriminator base stacking interactions: molecular dynamics analysis of A73 microhelixAla variants

Large stacking stability of a base pair-mimic nucleotide on the DNA duplex

Classification of 3D structural character of RNA by hydrogen bond and base stacking

AIC-based diffraction stacking for local earthquake locations at the Sumatran Fault (Indonesia)

Local conformational variations observed in B-DNA crystals do not improve base stacking: computational analysis of base stacking in a d(CATGGGCCCATG)2 B↔A intermediate crystal structure

Classification of RNA Structures Based on Hydrogen Bond and Base-Base Stacking Patterns: Application for NMR Structures

2-Aminopurine fluorescence studies of base stacking interactions at abasic sites in DNA: metal-ion and base sequence effects

Ray-parameter based stacking and enhanced pre-conditioning for stable inversion of receiver function data

Molecular recognition of DNA base pairs by the formamido/pyrrole and formamido/imidazole pairings in stacked polyamides

 

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The orientation of adjacent base pairs with their planes parallel and with their surfaces nearly in contact, as occurs in double-stranded DNA molecules. Base stacking is caused by hydrophobic interactions between purine and pyrimidine bases, and results in maximum hydrogen bonding between complementary base pairs.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics — Chemistry.


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