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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. W. Saenger
    Pages 1-5
  3. W. Saenger
    Pages 6-14
  4. W. Saenger
    Pages 14-18
  5. W. Saenger
    Pages 21-22
  6. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 22-23
  7. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 23-31
  8. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 31-32
  9. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 33-34
  10. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 35-49
  11. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 50-64
  12. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 65-79
  13. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 80-94
  14. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 95-109
  15. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 110-124
  16. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 125-133
  17. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 134-146
  18. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 147-159
  19. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 160-172
  20. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 173-182
  21. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 183-193
  22. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 194-204
  23. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 205-210
  24. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 211-220
  25. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 221-226
  26. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 231-242
  27. M. Sundaralingam, T. P. Haromy
    Pages 243-254
  28. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 255-262
  29. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 262-263
  30. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 264-265
  31. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 265-266
  32. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 267-280
  33. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 280-294
  34. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 294-307
  35. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 307-319
  36. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 320-331
  37. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 332-342
  38. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 343-358
  39. O. Kennard, W. N. Hunter
    Pages 359-360

About this book

Introduction

Group VII of the Landolt-Börnstein New series is devoted to the physical properties of biological systems. It begins with volume VII/1 covering the nucleic acids which are of central importance in all processes involving gene expression. This field has become of practical consequence during the last decade through the development of genetic engineering. Because of the amount of the data available, volume VII/1 had to be divided into several subvolumes. The first two subvolumes, VII/1a and VII/1b, deal with crystallographic and structural data which give a comprehensive information on the three-dimensional structure of the nucleic acids, their folding properties, their hydrogen bonding schemes, their metal binding capabilities, their hydration and their drug complexation. The present subvolume VII/1a treats nomenclature and definitions in the field of nucleic acids, followed by the structure data of bases, nucleosides, nucleotides, and oligonucleotides. The basic foundations of nucleic acid structure are laid in this subvolume. Subvolume VII/1b which is to follow shortly, is concerned with the relevant data on fiber structures of DNA and RNA, on complexes between nucleotides and metal-ions and between oligonucleotides and drugs, and on hydrogen bonding of the nucleic acid constituents.

Keywords

DNA Expression Nucleoside Nucleotide RNA Vakuuminjektionsverfahren crystallography gene expression genetic engineering

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b91138
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-18875-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-31384-7
  • Series Print ISSN 0942-802X
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9581
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