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A figure showing the hydrogen bonding patterns observed in (a) duplex (b) triplex and (c) quadruple...
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(a) Portions of MATα1–MATα2 are shown contacting the minor groove of the DNA substrate. Key arginin...
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Chemical structures of naturally occurring and synthetic hybrid minor groove binders.
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Synthetic structural analogs of distamycin A by replacing one or more pyrrole rings with other hete...
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Pictorial representation of the binding model of pyrrole–imidazole (Py/Im) polyamides based on the ...
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Chemical structures of synthetic “hairpin” pyrrole–imidazole (Py/Im) conjugates.
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(a) Minor groove complex formation between DNA duplex and 8-ring cyclic Py/Im polyamide (conjugate ...
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Telomere-targeting tandem hairpin Py/Im polyamides 23 and 24 capable of recognizing >10 base pairs; ...
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Representative examples of recently developed DNA minor groove binders.
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Chemical structures of bisbenzamidazoles Hoechst 33258 and 33342 and their synthetic structural ana...
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Chemical structures of bisamidines such as diminazene, DAPI, pentamidine and their synthetic struct...
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Representative examples of recently developed bisamidine derivatives.
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Chemical structures of chromomycin, mithramycin and their synthetic structural analogs 91 and 92.
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Chemical structures of well-known naturally occurring DNA binding intercalators.
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Naturally occurring indolocarbazole rebeccamycin and its synthetic analogs.
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Representative examples of naturally occurring and synthetic derivatives of DNA intercalating agent...
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Several recent synthetic varieties of DNA intercalators.
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Aminoglycoside (neomycin)–Hoechst 33258/intercalator conjugates.
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Chemical structures of triazole linked neomycin dimers and neomycin–bisbenzimidazole conjugates.
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Representative examples of naturally occurring and synthetic analogs of DNA binding alkylating agen...
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Chemical structures of naturally occurring and synthetic analogs of pyrrolobenzodiazepines.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 1051–1086, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.93
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