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hairpin loops

Loop dependence of the stability and dynamics of nucleic acid hairpins

The Loop B Domain Is Physically Separable from the Loop A Domain in the Hairpin Ribozyme

Probing the structural hierarchy and energy landscape of an RNA T-loop hairpin

Studies of temperature‐dependent electronic transduction on DNA hairpin loop sensor

Stable hairpins having a loop consisting of 3′-deoxy-4′-C-(2-hydroxyethyl)thymidines

Melting studies of dangling‐ended DNA hairpins: effects of end length, loop sequence and biotinylation of loop bases

DNA tri‐ and tetra‐loops and RNA tetra‐loops hairpins fold as elastic biopolymer chains in agreement with PDB coordinates

The conserved 5′ apical hairpin stem loops of bamboo mosaic virus and its satellite RNA contribute to replication competence

Solution structure of the ActD–5′‐CCGTT3GTGG‐3′ complex: drug interaction with tandem G·T mismatches and hairpin loop backbone

Base and Sugar Requirements for RNA Cleavage of Essential Nucleoside Residues in Internal Loop B of the Hairpin Ribozyme: Implications for Secondary Structure

Structural Features of the DNA Hairpin d(ATCCTA-GTTA-TAGGAT): Formation of a G-A Base Pair in the Loop

Investigation of the recognition of an important uridine in an internal loop of a hairpin ribozyme prepared using post-synthetically modified oligonucleotides

Discriminating duplex and hairpin oligonucleotides using chemical shifts: application to the anticodon stem–loop of Escherichia coli tRNAPhe

Two-dimensional combinatorial screening and the RNA Privileged Space Predictor program efficiently identify aminoglycoside–RNA hairpin loop interactions

Metal ion-dependent hydrolysis of RNA phosphodiester bonds within hairpin loops. A comparative kinetic study on chimeric ribo/2′-O-methylribo oligonucleotides

 

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Any double-helical regions of DNA or RNA formed by base pairing between adjacent inverted complementary sequences on the same strand. See attenuator, palindrome, terminators.

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