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Monsen, and Jonathan B. Chaires 6. Parkinson and Gavin W. Shankar Balasubramanian: ku. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Graphical abstract. Open in a separate window. Abstract Guanine-rich nucleic acids can fold into non-canonical DNA secondary structures called G-quadruplexes.
Introduction Guanine-rich nucleic acids are well known for their ability to adopt non Watson—Crick hydrogen-bonded structures [1,2]. Structure-based methods 2. Theoretical mapping based on computational analysis Biophysical studies on G-quadruplexes have provided the knowledge to enable the computational prediction of where putative G-quadruplex forming sequences PQS occur in genomes . Experimental mapping based on protein immunoprecipitation The identification of selective G-quadruplex binding proteins provides an opportunity to locate these structures in cellular DNA .
Experimental mapping of DNA sites by small molecule-affinity isolation Natural products and synthetic small molecules are powerful tools to enable the investigation of biology.
Biased approach to identify G-quadruplex structures in human genomic DNA. Cellular imaging In cellulo sensing of G-quadruplex structure can be achieved by either using modified antibodies  , G-quadruplex based aptamers  or by using small molecules that selectively light up as response to the binding [93—95].
Correlation of G-quadruplex structure with function The existence and function of each individual G-quadruplex structure mapped in the human genome is still questionable. Discussions and Conclusion The invention and development of general methods for mapping G-quadruplex forming sequences in the genome and the transcriptome of cells remains a major challenge in biology. References 1. Gellert M.
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