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Mercury binding to nucleic acids. Crystal and molecular structures of 2:1 complexes of uracil-mercuric chloride and dihydrouracil-mercuric chloride



Mercury binding to nucleic acids. Crystal and molecular structures of 2:1 complexes of uracil-mercuric chloride and dihydrouracil-mercuric chloride



Biochemistry 10(2): 292-299




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DOI: 10.1021/bi00778a015


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