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circular DNA


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circular DNA

circular DNA

Chemical ligation of oligodeoxyribonucleotides on circular DNA templates

Amplification of closed circular DNA in vitro

Amplification of closed circular DNA in vitro

Amplification of closed circular DNA in vitro

Circular dichroism and conformational polymorphism of DNA

Localization and dynamics of small circular DNA in live mammalian nuclei

Synthesis of cross-linked circular DNAs using Hüisgen reaction

Generation of circular RNAs and trans-cleaving catalytic RNAs by rolling transcription of circular DNA oligonucleotides encoding hairpin ribozymes

Circular binary segmentation for the analysis of array‐based DNA copy number data

Supercoiled Circular DNA Retention in Nonequilibrium Chromatography: Viscosity and Velocity Dependence—behavior Difference with Proteins

Mammalian artificial chromosome formation from circular alphoid input DNA does not require telomere repeats

Characterization of DNA synthesis catalyzed by bacteriophage T4 replication complexes reconstituted on synthetic circular substrates

A novel cell-free system reveals a mechanism of circular DNA formation from tandem repeats

Hexamminecobalt(III)-induced condensation of calf thymus DNA: circular dichroism and hydration measurements

Sequence effects of aminofluorene-modified DNA duplexes: thermodynamic and circular dichroism properties

Sequence effects of aminofluorene-modified DNA duplexes: thermodynamic and circular dichroism properties

The effect of manganese(II) on DNA structure: electronic and vibrational circular dichroism studies

 

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A DNA molecule that forms a closed circle rather than being linear. The resulting topological problems involved in replication are solved with DNA topoisomerase. Circular DNA is found in prokaryotes, mitochondria, chloroplasts, and some viral genomes.

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