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This arises from the dual coding potential where 8-oxo-dGTP(anti) base pairs with cytosine and 8-oxo-dGTP(syn) uses its Hoogsteen edge to base pair with adenine.
(Nature, )

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The presence of N1 methyl groups on adenine bases was thought to be widespread in messenger RNAs.
(Nature, )

The presence of an N1 methyl group on adenine bases in DNA and RNA was thought to be a form of damage.
(Nature, )

We found an unexpected link between intracellular flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) levels and HCV replication.
(Nature, )

The single-position isotope- and fluorescently labelled RNA samples reveal multiple conformational states of the adenine riboswitch.
(Nature, )

Adenosine, a nucleoside derived primarily from the extracellular hydrolysis of adenine nucleotides, is a potent regulator of inflammation.
(Nature Reviews Rheumatology, )

Igor Grigoriev and colleagues perform single-molecule real-time sequencing on 16 diverse fungal species to evaluate levels of adenine methylation (6mA).
(Nature Genetics, )

The adenine analogue 2-aminopurine has been considered as intrinsically fluorescent and is widely used in biochemical assays to probe DNA and RNA structure.
(Nature Chemistry, )

The association of adenine and cyanuric acid units into a hexameric rosette motif brings together poly(adenine) triplexes with subsequent cooperative polymerization.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Cyanuric acid, a small molecule with three thymine-like faces, reprogrammes the assembly of unmodified poly(adenine) into long fibres with a unique internal structure.
(Nature Chemistry, )

This substitution is generated via adenine deamination on the template strand in the promoter open complex, as a consequence of head-on replication perturbing transcription initiation.
(Nature, )

The discovery of a modified version of the base adenine, known as N6-methyladenine, in mouse DNA puts paid to the theory that cytosine derivatives are the only modified bases in mammals.
(Nature, )

The genetic code of all living organisms is based on the sequence of the four nucleobases adenine, thymine, cytosine and guanine, which form paired bonds (G·C and A·T) in the DNA double helix.
(Nature Reviews Microbiology, )

Here we use time-lapse crystallography to follow 8-oxo-dGTP insertion opposite adenine or cytosine with human pol β, to reveal that insertion is accommodated in either the syn- or anti-conformation, respectively.
(Nature, )

A tool based on hidden Markov model and hierarchical Dirichlet process (HMM-HDP) can call two methylated cytosine variants and a methylated adenine variant directly from genomic DNA using nanopore sequencing data.
(Nature Methods, )

A new study identifies abundant adenine methylation of transcriptionally active genes in early-diverging fungi that, together with recent other work, emphasizes the importance of adenine methylation in eukaryotes.
(Nature Genetics, )

We demonstrate this approach by determining four structures of the adenine riboswitch aptamer domain during the course of a reaction, involving two unbound apo structures, one ligand-bound intermediate, and the final ligand-bound conformation.
(Nature, )

They find that Escherichia coli survival under antibiotic pressure is strongly compromised in the absence of adenine methylation at GATC sites, suggesting that targeting adenine methylation might be a viable approach to enhance antibiotic activity.
(Nature Genetics, )

A DNA modification—methylation of cytosines and adenines—has important roles in diverse processes such as regulation of gene expression and genome stability, yet until recently adenine methylation had been considered to be only a hallmark of prokaryotes.
(Nature Genetics, )

We demonstrate its use by successfully preparing various isotope- or fluorescently labelled versions of the 71-nucleotide aptamer domain of an adenine riboswitch for nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy or single-molecule Förster resonance energy transfer, respectively.
(Nature, )

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