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Vesicles and Micelles from Amphiphilic Zinc(II)−Cyclen Complexes as Highly Potent Promoters of Hydrolytic DNA Cleavage

Gruber, Benjamin ; Kataev, Evgeny ; Aschenbrenner, Jana ; Stadlbauer, Stefan ; König, Burkhard

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Phosphate esters are essential to any living organism and their specific hydrolysis plays an important role in many metabolic processes. As phosphodiester bonds can be extraordinary stable, as in DNA, great effort has been put into mimicking the active sites of hydrolytic enzymes which can easily cleave these linkages and were often found to contain one or more coordinated metal ions. With this ...


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