Effects of Cationic Charge on Three-Dimensional Structures of Intercalative Complexes Structure of a bis-Intercalated DNA Complex Solved by MAD Phasing
Keywords: D232; FPRIME; KRAMER; MAD Phasing; X ray structures; b conformation; bis intercalated DNA comlex; daunomycin; ditercalinium; electrostatic collapse; electrostatic forces; ethidium; global base base paramters; groove width; intercalative complexs; local inter base pair parameters; mogalamycin; nucleic acid conformational classes; phasing statistics; sequence specific variations; stacking; tetractionic metalloporphyrin CuTMPyP4 copper meso; three dimensional structures
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: 01 January 2000
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