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DNA-RNA hybrid


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Folding RNA/DNA hybrid duplexes

Efficient DNA ligation in DNA-RNA hybrid helices by Chlorella virus DNA ligase

Efficient DNA ligation in DNA–RNA hybrid helices by Chlorella virus DNA ligase

Mechanistic analyses of site-specific degradation in DNA-RNA hybrids by prototypic DNA cleavers

Effects of hypoxanthine substitution on bleomycin-mediated DNA strand degradation in DNA-RNA hybrids

Guanine is indispensable for immunoglobulin switch region RNA–DNA hybrid formation

Structural analysis of monomeric retroviral reverse transcriptase in complex with an RNA/DNA hybrid

Co-transcriptional production of RNA–DNA hybrids for simultaneous release of multiple split functionalities

Crystal structure of a DNA·RNA hybrid duplex with a polypurine RNA r(gaagaagag) and a complementary polypyrimidine DNA d(CTCTTCTTC)

Sequence-specific cleavage of the RNA strand in DNA–RNA hybrids by the fusion of ribonuclease H with a zinc finger

Characterization of a novel RNA polymerase II arrest site which lacks a weak 3′ RNA–DNA hybrid

The orientation and dynamics of the C2′-OH and hydration of RNA and DNA·RNA hybrids

The telomerase essential N-terminal domain promotes DNA synthesis by stabilizing short RNA–DNA hybrids

A competitive formation of DNA:RNA hybrid G-quadruplex is responsible to the mitochondrial transcription termination at the DNA replication priming site

A competitive formation of DNA:RNA hybrid G-quadruplex is responsible to the mitochondrial transcription termination at the DNA replication priming site

Solution structure of an arabinonucleic acid (ANA)/RNA duplex in a chimeric hairpin: comparison with 2′-fluoro-ANA/RNA and DNA/RNA hybrids

 

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A double helix consisting of one DNA chain and one complementary RNA chain, the two chains being held together by hydrogen bonds between the complementary base pairs.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics — Chemistry.


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