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Mol. BioSyst., 2008,4, 851-854
25 Feb 2008,
21 May 2008
First published online
03 Jun 2008
Molecular modelling has identified a new RNA conformational feature created by the insertion of bulge residues into duplex regions that may act as a recognition site for small molecule binding, in particular for inert dinuclear ruthenium complexes.
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