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a) Angles and unit vectors used to define the relative orientations of the donor and acceptor trans...
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Notable recent examples of fluorescent base analogues. For cnA and dnA the attachment point to the ...
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Synthesis of the tricyclic cytosine aromatic core . (a) Ethylene glycol, K2CO3, 120 °C, 1 h, 40%; (...
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Synthesis of protected tC and tCO deoxyribose phosphonates . (a) Ac2O, pyridine, rt; (b) 2-mesityle...
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Synthesis of protected tCnitro deoxyribose phosphoramidite . a) aq NaOH, 24 h, reflux; b) EtOH, HCl...
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Improved synthesis of tC and tC derivatives, where R = H, 7-MeO or 8-MeO . a) H2NNH2 followed by H2O...
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Improved synthesis of tCO derivatives . a) Ac2O, pyridine, 16 h, rt, 85%; b) PPh3, CCl4, DCM, 5 h, ...
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Synthesis of protected tCO ribose phosphoramidite . a) MesSO2Cl, DIPEA, MeCN, 4 h, rt; b) 2-aminoph...
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Synthesis of protected deoxyribose qA . a) N-(tert-Butoxycarbonyl)-2-(trimethylstannyl)aniline, (Ph3...
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Synthesis of protected deoxyribose qA for DNA SPS . a) AcCl, MeOH, rt, 40 min; b) p-toluoyl chlorid...
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Synthesis of qA derivatives. a) EtI, Cs2CO3, DMF, 4 h, rt, 90%; b) HBPin, Pd(PPh3)4, Et3N, 1,4-diox...
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Synthesis of quadracyclic adenine base–base FRET pair. a) HCHO, NaOH, MeCN, H2O, 50 °C, 1 h; b) TBD...
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Absorption and emission of tC (dashed line) and tCO (solid line) in dsDNA. The absorption below 300...
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Spectral overlap between the emission of qAN1 (cyan) and the absorption of qAnitro (black) in dsDNA...
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Example of typical FRET efficiency as a function of number of base pairs separating the donor and a...
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FRET efficiency as a function of number of base pairs separating the donor (qAN1) and acceptor (qAn...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 114–129, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.7
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