Chemical Synthesis of DNA:
M.H. Caruthers, G. Beaton, J.V. Wu, and W. Wiesler, Chemical Synthesis of Deoxyoligonucleotides and Deoxyoligonucleotide Analogs.
T. Brown and D.J.S. Brown, Purification of Synthetic DNA.
B.A. Connolly, Synthetic Oligodeoxynucleotides Containing Modified Bases.
P.S. Miller, Preparation of Psoralen-Derivatized Oligodeoxyribonucleodise Methylphosphonates.
Nonstandard DNA Structures and Their Analysis:
R.E. Dickerson, DNA Structure from A to Z.
V.I. Ivanov and D.Y. Krylov, A-DNA in Solution as Studied by Diverse Approaches.
B.H. Johnston, Generation and Detection of Z-DNA.
A.H. Murchie and D.M.J. Lilley, Supercoiled DNA and Cruciform Structures.
M.D. Frank-Kamenetskii, Protonated DNA Structures.
D. Sen and W. Gilbert, Guanine Quartet Structures.
K. Rippe and T.M. Jovin, Parallel-Stranded Duplex DNA.
W.N. Hunter, Crystallographic Studies of DNA Containing Mismatches, Modified, and Unpaired Bases.
Spectroscopic Methods for Analysis of DNA:
J. Feigon, V. Sklenar, E. Wang, D.E. Gilbert, R.F. Macaya, and P. Schultze, 1H NMR Spectroscopy of DNA.
D.G. Gorenstein, 31P NMR of DNA.
J.Van Wijk, B.D. Huckriede, J.H. Ippel, and C. Altona, Furanose Sugar Conformations in DNA from NMR Coupling Constants.
E. Taillandier and J. Liquier, Infrared Spectroscopy of DNA.
W.L. Peticolas and E. Evertsz, Conformation of DNA in Vitro and in Vivo from Laser Raman Scattering.
R.M. Clegg, Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer and Nucleic Acids.
D.M. Gray, R.L. Ratliff, an
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