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New Nucleic Acid Analogs: A Potential “Medicine for Genes”

... fortunate (a rare luck in the scientific world) to discover a new class of nucleic acid analogs tat are absent in the natural world, which can be the core of efficient gene-targeted drugs Because of their ability to form complementary complexes with nucleic acids, phosphoryl guanidine oligonucleotides… Stop there! Most likely, this phrase would be just gibberish for a broad audience (much to the regret of molecular biologists). Moreover, I recently spoke on occasion with an aspiring science journalist, who answered ...

Modified: 04.09.2015
DNA , phosphoryl guanidine , nucleic acids , oligonucleotides
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