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Cationic Fluorene-Based Conjugated Polyelectrolytes Induce Compaction and Bridging in DNA / Matthew Davies, Hugh D Burrows, Shuying Cheng, M. Carmen Morán, Maria da Graça Miguel, Peter Douglas
Biomacromolecules, Volume: 10, Issue: 11, Pages: 2987 - 2997
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Association between polymer and DNA is a critical feature in the use of conjugated fluorescent polyelectrolytes as biosensors, and self-assembly is a key process in structural templating in nanotechnology. In this paper, arising from an international collaboration between Swansea and the Chemistry Department in Coimbra, we report the first observation, and quantitative study, of novel compaction structures arising from interaction between DNA and conjugated fluorescent polyelectrolytes.
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