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Z-DNA is one of the many possible double helical structures of DNA. It is a left-handed double helical structure in which the double helix winds to the left in a zig-zag pattern . Z-DNA is thought to be one of three...
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left-handed Z-DNA binding. • RNA binding. • double-stranded RNA adenosine deaminase activity ... a b "Entrez Gene: ZBP1 Z-DNA binding protein 1" ...
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Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as ...
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... the RNA editing enzyme ADAR1, bound to left-handed Z-DNA was recently described. ... Comparison of Z-DNA binding by DLM-1 and ADAR1 reveals a common structure ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on Z-DNA (chemical compound), ...variants of DNA are known. In A-DNA, which forms under conditions of high salt concentration ...
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B-DNA also stacks in this way, but compare this with Z-DNA, which behaves much differently. ... Fratini & M. L. Kopka (1982) The anatomy of A-, B-, and Z-DNA. ...
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This explains the need for alternating purines and pyrimidines to form Z-DNA. ... R. M. Wing, A. V. Fratini & M. L. Kopka (1982) The anatomy of A-, B-, and Z-DNA. ...
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Left-handed Z-DNA can be formed by sequences containing alternating purine ... Under physiological conditions, Z-DNA formation is a dynamic process, largely ...
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Twenty years after visualizing a surprising left-handed form of the DNA double helix, Massachusetts Institute of ... DNA, dubbed Z-DNA by the ...
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Z-DNA is stabilized in vivo by negative supercoiling of DNA, which occurs ... The Z-DNA conformation, favored by alternating purines and pyrimidines, is ...
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Z-DNA, a long-known but still mysterious alternate configuration of DNA, is ... Z-DNA, discovered by MIT's Rich in 1979, is an alternate zig-zig-shaped form (or " ...
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One type reacts with both denatured DNA and Z-DNA. ... preferential binding to the left-handed z-dna form of synthetic polynucleotides ...
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