Nucleic Acid Structure and Recognition
Oxford University Press, 2002 - Science - 188 pages
This is a consistent, clearly presented, and comprehensive survey of the subject of nucleic acid structure and recognition that should enable readers to rapidly gain a balanced understanding of the field. The text includes key references so readers will be easily able to obtain more detailed information and is accompanied by a dedicated and free access website so readers can interactively examine the structures under discussion in the text. All the major aspects of the structural biology and chemistry of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) are covered.
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