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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Deoxyribonucleic-Acid During Replication

Scanning tunneling microscopy was used to produce topographic images of uncoated and unlabeled deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in air, on a graphite substrate. The images show for the first time a DNA molecule that had been isolated while it was replicating.

    Keywords: MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE ; BIOMOLECULES ; DNA ; PROSPECTS

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    Univ wisconsin,dept phys,madison,wi 53706. univ wisconsin,ctr synchrotron radiat,madison,wi 53706. ist neurobiol consiglio nazl ricerche,i-00137 rome,italy. infn,nazl frascati lab,i-00044 frascati,italy. univ wisconsin hosp,madison,wi 53706. Destasio, g, inst struttura mat consiglio nazl ricerche,via e fermi 38,i-00044 frascati,italy.

    ISI Document Delivery No.: FV995

    Reference

    • LSE-ARTICLE-1991-004

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