Nucleic Acids Conjugates for Biotechnological Applications
Endoh, Tamaki (editor)
Rozners, Eriks (editor)
Ohtsuki, Takashi (editor)
Life in biological systems is maintained by the cooperative actions of various biomolecules. With the development of chemical and biological technologies related to nucleic acids, the details of the mechanisms of such cooperative actions between nucleic acids and other biomolecules have been elucidated and further applied in various applications. In the papers published in this Special Issue, advanced research works involved in nucleic acid conjugates are reported in wide application fields, such as artificial gene regulation, biomolecular sensing, and therapeutics from leading scientists in nucleic acids chemistry and engineering.
Keywordsfluorescent probe; conjugate; abasic site; DNA; microRNA; RNA binding protein; PUF; RNA regulation; DNA-protein conjugate; replication initiation protein; DNA aptamer; BRET-based biosensor; oligonucleotide; crosslink; nucleic acid binding protein; cytosine methyltransferase; mRNA; poly(A) tail; artificial viral capsid; encapsulation; nanocapsule; self-assembly; β-annulus peptide; peptide-DNA conjugate; PNA; invasion; NLS; drug delivery system; anticancer drug; camptothecin derivative; irinotecan; ribonucleopeptide (RNP); RNA-peptide conjugate; Schiff base; aptamer; fluorescent sensors; therapeutic nucleic acid; drug delivery; nanoparticles; cytotoxicity; macrophages; cellular uptake; small interfering RNA; multiple sclerosis; repulsive guidance molecule a; catalytic RNA; group I ribozyme; RNA nanostructure; RNA nanotechnology; RNA-protein complex; trans-splicing; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues