Double-Stranded Peptide Nucleic Acids

Bengt Nordén (Inventor), Pernilla Wittung (Inventor), Ole Buchardt (Inventor), Michael Engholm (Inventor), Peter E. Nielsen (Inventor), Rolf Henrik Berg (Inventor)

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    A novel class of compounds, known as peptide nucleic acids, form double-stranded structures with one another and with ssDNA. The peptide nucleic acids generally comprise ligands such as naturally occurring DNA bases attached to a peptide backbone through a suitable linker.
    Original languageEnglish
    Patent numberUS6228982
    Filing date08/05/2001
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

    Bibliographical note

    Also published as: WO9501369 (A1) US6610650 (B1) JPH09509435 (A) EP0717750 (A1) EP0717750 (B1) DE69431485 (T2) CA2166462 (A1) AT225369 (T)


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