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Apurinic acid

Apurinic acid

(Science: chemical) Hydrolysate of dna in which purine bases have been removed.

chemical name: apurinic acid

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... One mechanism that I can imagine is that DMSO is a relatively weak acid, so it readily destabilizes DNA by disturbing purine-deoxyribose bond, yielding apurinic acid. Is it true? Thanks. Victor Apriel

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by victor
Mon Jul 21, 2008 5:08 am
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: DMSO in PCR
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