PDB ID: 9DNA
Conformers: 1, Atom count: 195 (Atoms: 161, Hetatms: 34), Bond count: 0
3d rendering of 9DNA protein
|Title: CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF AN A-DNA FRAGMENT AT 1.8 ANGSTROMS RESOLUTION. D(GCCCGGGC)
Classification: DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID
Experiment: X-RAY DIFFRACTION
Journal: AUTH U.HEINEMANN,H.LAUBLE,R.FRANK,H.BLOCKER TITL CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS OF AN A-DNA FRAGMENT AT TITL 2 1.8 A RESOLUTION: D(GCCCGGGC). REF NUCLEIC ACIDS RES. V. 15 9531 1987 REFN ASTM NARHAD UK ISSN 0305-1048
Keywords: A-DNA, DOUBLE HELIX
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