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Authors: Yu.M. Yevdokimov, V.I. Salyanov, S.G. Skuridin, S.V. Semenov and O.N. Kompanets (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, and others) 
Book Description:
This book examines the peculiarities of the circular dichroism (CD) spectra of the double-stranded (ds) DNA cholesteric liquid-crystalline dispersions (CLCDs). The main physico-chemical properties of these particles formed as a result of the phase exclusion of the ds DNA molecules in water-salt or water-salt-polymer-containing solutions are examined. In addition, the main principles of the theory of optical properties of imperfect, absorbing, cholesteric liquid crystals are discussed. (Imprint: Novinka Books)

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Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction

Part 1. The double-stranded DNA liquid crystals and liquid-crystalline dispersions pp.1-14

1.1. The DNA liquid-crystalline phases

1.2. The formation and properties of the double-stranded DNA
liquid-crystalline dispersions in polymer-containing water-salt solutions

Part 2. The peculiarities of the CD spectra of double-stranded DNA liquid-crystalline dispersions and their complexes pp.15-64

2.1.1. A few practically important consequences from the theory

2.2. The CD spectra of CLCDs formed by double-stranded DNA molecules
under various conditions.

2.3. The CD spectra of the CLCD formed by ds DNA molecules first treated with compounds carrying positively charged groups

Part 3. The CD spectra at “liquid-rigid” structural transition in the particles of the double-stranded DNA CLCD pp.65-86

3.1. The CD spectra of the “rigid” CLCDs containing nanobridges between neighboring double-stranded DNA molecules

Conclusion pp.87-88

Acknowledgment pp.89-90

References pp.91-98

Index pp.99-103

      DNA and RNA: Properties and Modifications, Functions and Interactions, Recombination and Applications
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 2nd quarter
   Pages: 103.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-993-6
   Status: AV
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