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Thus poly d(G-C)· poly d(G-C), poly d(T-G) . poly d(C-A) and poly d(T-T-G) . poly d(C-A-A) bind more AM and bind AM more tightly than do poly dG·poly dC, poly d(T-C)·poly d(G-A) and poly d(T-T-C) . poly d(G-A-A), respectively. Such a comparison is not possible with poly dA ·poly dT, poly d(A-T)· poly d(A- T), poly dI· poly dC and poly d(I-C) . poly d(I-C) since none of these polymers binds AM. A variety of physical and enzymatic data indicates that the poly d pur· poly d pyr isomer is somewhat anomalous when compared to the poly d(purn-pyrm) .
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