Published in Hospital Business Week, December 23rd, 2007
"However, for in vivo applications it is necessary to stabilise DNAzymes against nucleolytic attack. Chemical modifications can be introduced into the binding arms to increase stability but these may alter catalytic activity and in some cases increase cell toxicity. Methods We designed novel 10-23 DNAzyme structures that incorporate stem-loop hairpins at either end on...
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