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Nucleic Acid Center - NAC

Nucleic Acid Center is a research centre established in 2001, based on fundings from the Danish National Research Foundation for studies on Nucleic Acid Chemical Biology.

The idea of the research center was to combine synthetic organic chemistry and the encoded recognition pattern of nucleic acids in novel innovative and creative ways.

The research center is located at the University of Southern Denmark, at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, joining the major research areas of nucleic acid chemical biology under one roof.

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NAC Seminar no 73

Invader probes: Exploiting the energy of intercalation to facilitate recognition of chromosomal DNA Associate Professor Patrick J. Hrdlicka Department of Chemistry University of Idaho, Moscow, USA

Abstract

Ph.D. Defence

Cand. Scient. Michael Dalager Jensen Biomolecular Nanoscale Engineering - DNA Assisted Asymmetrical Catalysis 2. August 2016 13.00 U47

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