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The constant To may reflect the influence of solvent on DNA melting, a is assumed to reflect the combined entropy change due to rotational freedom along the backbone single bonds after the inplane H-bonds have been abolished and due to the solvent entropy change. To is within experimental error the same as the melting temperature of ice. This is the result for canonical DNA doublets in 1M NaCI, where To becomes 273 f 15 K and a is about 334 f 42 J/mol K. It can be assumed that the same constant values hold at lower salt concentration (Table I).
Although the primary thermodynamic data will be to some extent compromised by the end effect, the change created by the perturbation will be readily reflected in the change of the thermodynamic parameters. pur, triplex motifs. The three dimensional structure of these folding motifs has been elucidated by NMR. As stated above, the main advantage of the molecularity of one for these transitions is that the thermodynamic parameters are by definition concentration independent. Thus reflux of pH and/or ionic strength on the triplex-duplex transition are more clearly discernible .
Were the first to combine long monotonous polynbonucleotides to form triple helices . More than ten years later (1968) Riley et a]. [ 171 and Morgan and Wells [ 181 obtained triplexes from polydeoxynucleotides and from hybrid sequences. These structures either origmate by a disproportionation reaction of two identical polypurine polypynmidine complexes which at moderate to high ionic strength and elevated temperature rearrange to a tnple helix consisting of two pynmidine strands and a purine strand, and a partly stacked, single stranded polypurine strand, or by mixing matching polypurine and polypynmidine strands at high temperature and high ionic strength in a ratio of 12 .