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Physiological effects of four-stranded G-quadruplex DNA
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Duncan Simpson.
Nucleic acids can form a number of complex structures aside from the well-known Watson-Crick double helix. This talk will describe the roles of one such structure, the G-quadruplex quadruplex helix. These have been shown to form in vitro and in vivo, and to play roles in regulating gene transcription and translation, as well as being involved in telomeres.
This talk is part of the Physics of Medicine Roadshow series.
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