Computational and empirical trans-hydrogen bond deuterium isotope shifts suggest that N1-N3 A:U hydrogen bonds of RNA are shorter than those of A:T hydrogen bonds of DNA

Yong Ick Kim, Marlon N. Manalo, Lisa M. Peréz, Andy LiWang

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