Last most-relevant publications
- Prevalent Sequences in the Human Genome Can Form Mini i-Motif Structures at Physiological pH Journal of the American Chemical Society
- Structural basis of a histidine-DNA nicking/joining mechanism for gene transfer and promiscuous spread of antibiotic resistance Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci, USA
- A DNA methylation map of human cancer at single base-pair resolution Oncogene
DNA is not only among the most important molecules in life, but a meeting point for biology, physics and chemistry, being studied by numerous techniques. Theoretical methods can help in gaining a detailed understanding of DNA structure and function, but their practical use is hampered by the multiscale nature of this molecule.