We describe a complete collection of easy and robust design rules based upon more than 2500 melting points () determined by FRET.
To increase the sensitivity of PT, multiple TINAs should be placed with at least 3 nt in-between or preferable one TINA for each half helixturn and/or whole helixturn.
Currently, limited knowledge concerning design of oligonucleotides containing TINA is available.To help support the investigation, you can pull the corresponding error log from your web server and submit it our support team.Please include the Ray ID (which is at the bottom of this error page).Twisted intercalating nucleic acid (TINA) is a novel intercalator and stabilizer of Hoogsteen type parallel triplex formations (PT).Specific design rules for position of TINA in triplex forming oligonucleotides (TFOs) have not previously been presented.
We predict that TINA stabilized PT will improve the sensitivity and specificity of DNA based clinical diagnostic assays.
Twisted intercalating nucleic acid (TINA) is a novel artificial intercalating nucleic acid, which is capable of stabilizing Hoogsteen-type DNA triplex formations (1).
We find that Δms, base mismatches should be placed in the center of the TFO and when feasible, A, C or T to G base mismatches should be avoided.
Base mismatches can be neutralized by intercalation of a TINA on each side of the base mismatch and masked by a TINA intercalating direct 3′ (preferable) or 5′ of it.
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