Conformational heterogeneity and quasi-static self-quenching in DNA containing a fluorescent guanine analogue, 3MI or 6MI.
Wojtuszewski Poulin, Kristi; Smirnov, Aleksandr V; Hawkins, Mary E; Balis, Frank M; Knutson, Jay R.
; 48(37): 8861-8, 2009 Sep 22.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19610668
Electronic transition moments of 6-methyl isoxanthopterin--a fluorescent analogue of the nucleic acid base guanine.
Characterization of the 6-methyl isoxanthopterin (6-MI) base analog dimer, a spectroscopic probe for monitoring guanine base conformations at specific sites in nucleic acids.
Quadruplex formation as a molecular switch to turn on intrinsically fluorescent nucleotide analogs.
Excited-state electronic properties of 6-methylisoxanthopterin (6-MI): an experimental and theoretical study.
Applying 6-methylisoxanthopterin-enhanced fluorescence to examine protein-DNA interactions in the picomolar range.
Photophysical Characterization of Enhanced 6-Methylisoxanthopterin Fluorescence in Duplex DNA.
Sequence-Dependent Conformational Heterogeneity and Proton-Transfer Reactivity of the Fluorescent Guanine Analogue 6-Methyl Isoxanthopterin (6-MI) in DNA.
Guanines are a quartet's best friend: impact of base substitutions on the kinetics and stability of tetramolecular quadruplexes.
Quadruplex priming amplification for the detection of mRNA from surrogate patient samples.
Isothermal amplification of DNA using quadruplex primers with fluorescent pteridine base analogue 3-methyl isoxanthopterin.