BY MARYE ANNE FOXBR> Department of Chemistry
University of Texas, Austin
Austin, Texas

" Sequence-specific binding of pyrimidine oligonucleotides can block recognition of double helical DNA, and analogous binding of other oligonucleotides may make possible sequencespecific protein binding.

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"Two Nobel lectures summarize methods of membrane protein crystallization and correlate structure with function in light-driven electron pumps.

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