By K L Mittal; Robert D Vold; Marjorie J Vold; American Chemical Society. Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry.; American Chemical Society. Meeting (ed.)
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The lithium ion was unique amongst alkali metal counter-ions in inducing the assumption of the crystalline B-form. However, semi-crystalline B structures were observed when the counter-ion was Na ÷, K +, Rb + and Cs + as well as Li+. Of particular interest for an understanding of the factors which are important in determining the conformation assumed by DNA is the fact that there is a strong interaction between the dependence on base composition and sequence, the ionic environment of the DNA and the degree of hydration of the DNA.
55 55 56 57 . . . . . . . . . K. Vol. 151 © Springer-VerlagBerlinHeidelberg1989 Robert J. Greenall and Watson Fuller X-ray fiber diffraction techniques have shown that DNA and synthetic polynucleotides can adopt a variety of stable double-helical conformations. The conformations available to a particular polynucleotide depend upon the type and concentration of the cations surrounding the DNA molecule, the sequence of Watson-Crick base-pairs within the molecule and the amount of water in the fiber.
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