DNA and RNA Structure:
U. Schmitz and T.L. James, How to Generate Accurate Solution Structures of Double-Helical Nucleic Acid Fragments Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Restrained Molecular Dynamics.
B.A. Luxon and D.G. Gorenstein, Comparison of X-ray and NMR-Determined Nucleic Acid Structures.
P.K. Radha, R. Nibedita, R.A. Kumar, and R.V. Hosur, Distance Geometry in NMR Determination of Solution Conformation of Nucleic Acids: Application to d-ACCGTTAACGGT.
N.B. Ulyanov and T.L. James, Statistical Analysis of DNA Duplex Structural Features.
M.A. Young, J. Srinivasan, I. Goljer, S. Kumar, D.L. Beveridge, and P.H. Bolton, Structure Determination and Analysis of Local Bending in an A-Tract DNA Duplex: Comparison of Results from Crystallography, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, and Molecular Dynamics Simulation on d(CGCAAAAATGCG).
G.V. Fazakerley and Y. Boulard, DNA Mismatches and Modified Bases.
G. Carlstrim, S.-m. Chen, S. Miick, and W.J. Chazin, NMR Studies of Complex DNA Structures: The Holliday Junction Intermediate in Genetic Recombination.
N.B. Leontis, M.E. Piotto, M.T. Hills, A. Malhotra, I.V. Ouporov, J.M. Nussbaum, and D.G. Gorenstein, Structural Studies of DNA Three-Way Junctions.
M.W. Germann, N. Zhou, J.H. van de Sande, and H.J. Vogel, Parallel-Stranded Duplex DNA: An NMR Perspective.
J. Feigon, K.M. Koshlap, and F.W. Smith, 1H NMR Spectroscopy of DNA Triplexes and Quadruplexes.
C.-L. Juang, P.Tang, and G.S. Harbison, Solid-State NMR of DNA.
P.F. Agris and S.C. Brown, Systems for the NMR Study of Modified Nucleoside-Dependent, Metal-Ion Induced Conformational Changes in Nucleic Acids.
R.T. Batey, J.L. Battiste, and J.R. Williamson, Preparation of Isotopically Enriched RNAs for Heteronuclear NMR.
J.D. Puglisi and J.R. Wyatt, Biochemical and NMR Studies of RNA Conformation with an Emphasis on RNA Pseudoknots.
A. Pardi, Multidimensional Heteronuclear NMR Experiments for Structure Determination of Isotopically Labeled RNA.
Nucleic Acid Dynamics:
M. Gueron and J.-L. Leroy, Studies of Base-Pair Kinetics by NMR Measurement of Proton Exchange.
A.N. Lane, Determination of Fast Dynamics of Nucleic Acids by NMR.
G.C. King, J.W. Harper, and Z. Xi, Isotope Labeling for 13C Relaxation Measurements on RNA.
B.H. Robinson and G.P. Drobny, Site-Specific Dynamics in DNA: Theory and Experiment.
Nucleic Acid Complexes:
R. Kaptein, R. Boelens, V.P. Chuprina, J.A.C. Rullmann, and M. Slijper, NMR and Nucleic Acid-Protein Interactions: The Lac Repressor Operator System.
Y. Kyogoku, C. Kojima, S.J. Lee, H. Tochio, N. Suzuki, H. Matsuo, and M. Shirakawa, Induced Structural Changesin Protein-DNA Complexes.
K.B. Hall, Uses of 13C- and 15N-labeled RNA in NMR of RNA-Protein Complexes.
F. Rastinejad, C. Evilia, and P. Lu, Studies of Nucleic Acids and Their Protein Interactions by 19F NMR.
M.A. Keniry and R.H. Shafer, NMR Studies of Drug-DNA Complexes. Author Index. Subject Index.
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