Nucleic Acid Science – The Excitement of Discovery: Annual Symposium of the Chemical Society Zürich CGZ, Zürich, October 26, 2007
Keywords:Dna nanostructures, Mass spectrometry, Ribozyme, Rna polymerase iii, Z-dna
AbstractThe Chemical Society Zürich held its annual symposium on frontiers in nucleic acid science at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich. The conference successfully bridged nucleic acid chemistry and biology, with topics including new developments in DNA nanotechnology, mechanisms of gene transactivation by a left-handed form of DNA, chemical catalysis by RNA enzymes, state-of-the art developments in mass spectrometry of RNA–protein complexes and structural analysis of gene transcription by a large multisubunit RNA polymerase enzyme.
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I. Berger, C. Schaffitzel, C. Bieniossek, Chimia 2007, 61, 837, DOI: 10.2533/chimia.2007.837.
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