Published online by Cambridge University Press: 17 March 2009
Branched DNA molecules provide a challenging set of structural problems. Operationally we define branched DNA species as molecules in which double helical segments are interrupted by abrupt discontinuities, and we draw together a number of different kinds of structure in the class, including helical junctions of different orders, and base bulges (Fig. 1).
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