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nucleotide pair substitution

Patterns of Nucleotide Substitution Among Simultaneously Duplicated Gene Pairs in Arabidopsis thaliana

DNA pairing is an important step in the process of targeted nucleotide exchange

Differential Human Nucleotide Excision Repair of Paired and Mispaired Cisplatin-DNA Adducts

An unnatural base pair for efficient incorporation of nucleotide analogs into RNAs

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

Simultaneous determination of nucleotide sugars with ion-pair reversed-phase HPLC

Matched-pairs tests of homogeneity with applications to homologous nucleotide sequences

Comprehensive thermodynamic analysis of 3′ double-nucleotide overhangs neighboring Watson–Crick terminal base pairs

Classification of pseudo pairs between nucleotide bases and amino acids by analysis of nucleotide–protein complexes

Thermodynamic stability of base pairs between 2-hydroxyadenine and incoming nucleotides as a determinant of nucleotide incorporation specificity during replication

Molecular phylogeny of macaques: implications of nucleotide sequences from an 896-base pair region of mitochondrial DNA.

Synthesis and monitored selection of nucleotide surrogates for binding T:A base pairs in homopurine–homopyrimidine DNA triple helices

DIAL: a web server for the pairwise alignment of two RNA three-dimensional structures using nucleotide, dihedral angle and base-pairing similarities

Thermodynamic analysis of 5′ and 3′ single- and 3′ double-nucleotide overhangs neighboring wobble terminal base pairs


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A hydrogen-bonded pair of purine-pyrimidine nucleotide bases on opposite strands of a double-helical DNA molecule. Normally, adenine pairs with thymine, and guanine pairs with cytosine; also called complementary base pairs. See Chargaff's rules, deoxyribonucleic acid.

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